Yearly Archives: 2010

From the Executive Director: Notes from Washington, DC 2

As mentioned earlier on some of the foundation’s lists, the National Center for Biotechnology Information, division of National Library of Medicine/NIH, has deployed a hybrid login using multiple options including Google, Verisign and PayPal via OpenID, NIH proprietary, eRA, and Shibboleth.  The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) hybrid login […]

Seven sites you didn’t know were using OpenID 8

The past twenty days have been a real whirlwind in terms of new sites adopting OpenID for sign in. Some of the larger deployments have made the news (Google and Yahoo! Store), but here are seven others you’ve likely not heard about. 7-Eleven Australia Slurpee campaign ( American Cancer Society […]

Authenware Joins OpenID Foundation 6

Authenware today announced its membership in the OpenID Foundation – an industry organization aimed at protecting identities and intellectual property through the bolstering online security.  Through its membership, Authenware becomes part of a community of IT powerhouses that seeks to collectively build awareness of the emerging digital security pandemic. “The […] on the launch of the Open Identity Exchange 2 visits Citizen Space in San Francisco during the RSA Conference to sit down with Don Thibeau of the OpenID Foundation and Drummond Reed of the Information Card Foundation to discuss the launch of the Open Identity Exchange, the result of a year-long collaboration between the two foundations. John McCrea […]

NTT docomo is now an OpenID Provider 44

The largest mobile operator in Japan, NTT docomo, which covers approximately 50% of Japanese population, started offering OpenID authentication on March 9. Every docomo user has an identifier called i-modeID. Using this, users can single sign-on to mobile sites using docomo handsets, making one-click payment and other authenticated actions. These […]

Open Identity Exchange Commences Open Government Pilot National Institutes of Health 5

Washington, D.C. — March 3, 2010 —The Open Identity Exchange (OIX), a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting an Internet-scale trust ecosystem, announced today it will commence work on an open government pilot under the requirements set forth by the ICAM Trust Framework Adoption Process (TFAP) established by U.S. General […]

Open Identity Exchange Launches at RSA 7

Washington, D.C. and San Francisco — March 3, 2010 — Industry leaders Google, PayPal, Equifax, VeriSign, Verizon, CA, and Booz Allen Hamilton today announced at the RSA Conference 2010 the formation of the Open Identity Exchange (OIX), a non-profit organization dedicated to building trust in the exchange of online […]

OpenID UX Summit at Sears Report 4

Last Thursday over 60 OpenID advocates met at Sears World Headquarters in Chicago for a full day of discussions on progress to date and future plans for OpenID deployment and utilization. There is a summary of the event on the OpenID Foundation wiki. See Twitter coverage of the event with […]

Ping Identity Joins OpenID Foundation Board

Ping Identity®, the leader in Internet Identity Security, today announced it has joined the OpenID Foundation to help develop, promote and extend digital identity and choice on the Web.   Pam Dingle, a senior technical architect in Ping Identity’s Office of the CTO, will represent the company on the OpenID Foundation’s […]