Registration Open for OpenID Foundation Virtual Workshop — Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Workshop Overview
OpenID Foundation Workshops provide technical insight and influence on current Internet identity standards. This virtual workshop is a reschedule of the planned face-to-face workshop prior to IIW Fall 2020. This workshop includes a panel discussion on the Foundation’s ongoing relationship and efforts with the Financial Data Exchange focused on open banking initiatives. The workshop will provide updates on all OpenID Foundation Working Groups as well the OpenID Certification Program.

Technologists from member organizations and others will update key issues and discuss how they help meet social, enterprise and government Internet identity challenges.

Workshop Details
WHEN: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 — 9am-11:30am PT

Workshop Agenda

9:00-9:05 Welcome & Introduction Nat Sakimura & Don Thibeau (OpenID Foundation)
9:05-9:20 Panel Discussion: OpenID Foundation & Financial Data Exchange’s Ongoing Collaboration in Open Banking ·   Moderator: Don Thibeau – OpenID Foundation

·   Panelist: Nat Sakimura – OpenID Foundation

·   Panelist: Don Cardinal – FDX

·   Panelist: Anoop Saxena – Intuit

9:20-9:30 OpenID Certification Program Update Joseph Heenan – Fintech Labs
9:30-9:40 WG Update – AB/Connect Michael Jones – Microsoft
9:40-9:50 Self-issued OpenID Provider (SIOP) Update Kristina Yasuda — Microsoft
9:50-10:00 OpenID Federation Update Roland Hedberg — Catalogix
10:00-10:10 WG Update – eKYC-IDA Torsten Lodderstedt –
10:10-10:20 WG Update – Enhanced Authentication Protocol (EAP) Michael Jones – Microsoft
10:20-10:25 BREAK
10:25-10:35 WG Update – Fast Federation (FastFed) Darin McAdams – Amazon
10:35-10:45 WG Update – Financial-grade API (FAPI) Anoop Saxena — Intuit


10:45-10:55 WG Update – HEART Debbie Bucci – Consultant
10:55-11:05 WG Update – MODRNA (Mobile OpenID Connect Profile) Bjorn Hjelm – Verizon


11:05-11:15 WG Update – Shared Signals & Events Atul Tulshibagwale – Google


11:15-11:30 Open Q&A Session and Closing Remarks