The OpenID Foundation hosted a hybrid workshop at Visa in Foster City, CA on Monday, November 14, 2022. A big thank you to Visa for hosting the Foundation and the workshop participants while enabling a hybrid event to allow for virtual participation.
This workshop included a number of detailed presentations focused on the Foundation’s 2022 strategic initiatives. These included a few OIDF whitepaper listening sessions to inform papers in process. The workshop also included an update on the Global Assured Identity Network (GAIN) after launching a year ago as well as an overview of the recently announce OpenWallet Foundation. These presentations were followed by working groups updates presented by co-chairs.
Thank you to all presenters and participants who made this workshop a success.
|12:30-12:35||Welcome||Gail Hodges – OIDF|
|12:35-1:00||OIDF Privacy Whitepaper Listening Session: “Help Design a Scalable Future for Personal Privacy” Government-issued digital IDs have the potential for amazing societal impact but getting there from here means bridging the gaps in identity validation, verification, privacy, and control. In this session, we offer an open conversation to gather different perspectives on how policies and protocols need to evolve to help government-issued IDs fill their role in a global privacy-preserving infrastructure. Come join us to be a part of thinking outside the box of today so we can achieve tomorrow’s promise of government-issued IDs as a benefit to all.||Heather Flanagan – Spherical Cow Consulting|
|1:00-1:25||OIDF Government Whitepaper Listening Session: “Citizen-Centric Identity Systems” The OpenID Foundation is developing a whitepaper for governments and their associated stakeholders with the goal of supporting them in making good decisions when implementing citizen-centric digital identity systems – and to help them understand where OIDC and its extensions fit in. This session will be a facilitated discussion about the key concerns of government when thinking about digital identity:||Elizabeth Garber – Whitepaper Co-Author|
|1:25-1:50||OIDF IoT Whitepaper Listening Session: “IoT & Identity: First Thoughts on a Blueprint for How People and Things can Interoperate Most enterprises implementing use cases with connected devices follow proprietary approaches when interacting with people. This results in challenges when it comes to integrating different systems but also adds risk from a security perspective, efforts from a development perspective, and inconsistency from an end-user perspective. A blueprint for how people and things can interoperate has to outline ideas, paradigms, and enhancements to existing standards to provide guidance to architects, developers, and product owners. In this session, you’ll get insights into early thoughts on that topic, hear about challenges leading enterprises in this segment have today, and are invited to share your opinion, ideas, and concerns regarding IoT and Identity.||Andre Priebe – iC Consult|
|2:00-2:25||A Review of the Global Assured Identity Network (GAIN): One Year On This session will provide a one-year update on the Global Assured Identity Network (GAIN) initiative including what’s next including seeking your input and contributions as GAIN transitions to focusing on how interoperability in enabled globally.||Elizabeth Garber – Co-Chair GAIN Proof of Concept|
|2:25-2:40||OpenWallet Foundation Listening Session||Juliana Cafik – Microsoft & Dr. Torsten Lodderstedt – yes.com|
|2:40-2:50||Connect WG Update||Michael Jones – Microsoft|
|2:50-3:00||FAPI WG Update||Nat Sakimura – OIDF|
|3:00-3:10||eKYC & IDA WG Update||Dr. Torsten Lodderstedt – yes.com|
|3:10-3:20||Shared Signals & Events WG Update||Tim Cappalli – Microsoft|
|3:20-3:30||MODRNA WG Update||Bjorn Hjelm – Verizon Wireless|
|3:30-3:50||OpenID for Verifiable Credentials (OpenID4VC) Update||Kristina Yasuda – Microsoft & Dr. Torsten Lodderstedt – yes.com|
|3:50-4:00||Wrap Up and Open Q&A|