Welcome to the OIX library, our comprehensive repository of knowledge on identity trust. Here you will find:
White Papers that focus on issues and opportunities in emerging identity trust and that drive identity market adoption. OIX white papers are driven by the needs of the members but the goal of each white paper is that they stand on their own to deliver value to the identity ecosystem as whole. White papers are often aligned to specific areas of the trust framework, and these can be found connected to the relevant part of the OIX Guide to Trust Frameworks for Smart Digital ID. OIX White Papers are always pragmatic, transparent and take one of two perspectives: a retrospective report on the outcome of a given project or pilot or a prospective discussion on a current issue or opportunity. OIX White Papers are intended as summaries for a general business audience. Many white papers also have an accompanying Executive Summary to allow readers to get a sense of the topic and the observations or recommendations made through a âquick readâ.
Guides that focus on how to address a particular aspect of trust, or how to address interoperability of that aspect of trust within or between trust frameworks. Guides are more definitive than white papers, focusing on global best practise approaches to particular topics with the aim of achieving common approaches across trust frameworks and interoperability of trust. Guides are aimed at those who are implementing or operating trust frameworks, those that need to understand how aspects of trust work in order to satisfy themselves they can rely on trust provided by a third party. They also help those who are determining how interoperation across trust frameworks can be achieved. Guides to specific areas of the trust framework can be found connected to the that part of the OIX Guide to Trust Frameworks for Smart Digital ID.
Case Studies exploring how a particular problem was solved using innovative trust solutions.
Event Materials from previous OIX events. Presentations and Videos are stored on the library to allow attendees to access the materials and insights shared, and to allow those who could not attend to catch up on anything they might have missed.
Non-members will be asked for their contact details when accessing artefacts in the OIX library. Logged on OIX members can access artefacts directly. Some artefacts are only accessible by OIX Members.
This document explores the need for data standards to enable
interoperability of Digital IDs both in federations within an ID
ecosystem, and across
Date last updated: 18 Sep 2023
This TISA - OIX working group previously produced the Explaining
eSignatures paper, which explor
Date last updated: 25 Jul 2023
This latest OIX document explores the inclusion benefits of using
telco data for proofing, particularly for those parts of the
population who do not have ID documents or credit accounts.
Date last updated: 26 Jun 2023
The TISA/OIX eSignatures working group previously produced the
Explaining eSignatures paper, whi
Date last updated: 23 Feb 2023
OIX was asked by the collective Trust Schemes in the UK to assess
whether any additional data standards are needed for Digital ID
presentation in the UK over and above the standard already published
as part of the UK Digi
Date last updated: 21 Feb 2023
This discussion paper explores how a Vouchers assured Digital ID could
be used to create a “Dig
Date last updated: 12 Jul 2022
In Sopra Steria's latest research, seeking to understand market
perspectives on the development of Digital Identity Strategy in
enterprise, they surveyed 100 technology decision makers.
The focus of the survey was to understand the importance of digital
identity within the context
Date last updated: 16 Jun 2022
This paper explains the different types of eSignatures (Simple,
Advanced and Qualified) and explores thier legal status for different
types of transactions and in different part of the UK.
Date last updated: 11 Oct 2021
This report identifies those in the UK population who cannot verify
their identity through traditional means as they lack the ID documents
typically used to verify their identity: passport and driving licence
as well as lacking a data history.
Date last updated: 08 Sep 2021
On 2nd June 2021 the European Union released extensive proposed
changes to the existing eIDAS regulation.
This paper gives a
Date last updated: 14 Jun 2021
A guiding set of basic principles is imperative to ensure an inclusive
approach to the development
Date last updated: 22 Feb 2021
This recent Alpha Project set out to describe a set of common
requirements to support the provision, exchange and consumption of
The primary deliverable from the work was a generalised and repeatable
toolkit comprising of both Rules of Engagement and a Technical
Date last updated: 27 Jan 2021
Many global organisations are using their citizens’ identity and t
Date last updated: 10 Dec 2020
This short OIX paper recommends the approach UK Government might take
to make Digital Identity in the UK a success in 2021. The paper also
highlights the actions OIX proposes to undertake over the next few
months to support this success.
The papers key recommendations to achi
Date last updated: 23 Nov 2020
OIX responded on 12th October 2020 to the ‘Next steps for DCMS Digital
Identity policy development’ questionnaire.
Date last updated: 13 Oct 2020