Aligning the Governance Rules and Technology Tools of Digital Identity: Solving Today’s Burning Business Problems
The OpenID Foundation has launched a new microsite focused on global open banking initiatives and providing resources for fintech developers implementing the Foundation’s Financial-grade API (FAPI). In 2017, the OpenID Foundation’s Financial-grade API (FAPI) Working Group published specifications enabling high-security API access, suitable for accessing financial data and facilitating financial transactions. In 2018, the UK […]
Don Thibeau, The OpenID Foundation, with Jeremy Crawford, CEO, Real Estate Standards Organization One of the sure signs of increasing momentum is when other standards organizations adopt yours. And it’s particularly noteworthy when that adoption not only builds on OpenID Connect, but adds OpenID Connect conformance compliance as part of the overall standards certification […]
The name is the thing. The name of this Open Identity Exchange White Paper, the “ARPU of Identity”, is deliberate. ARPU, Average Revenue Per User, is one metric telcos use to measure success. By deliberately using a traditional lens that telcos use, this paper puts emerging Internet identity markets into a pragmatic perspective. The focus of the white paper is […]
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 kind of features fueled the […]
Japanese government opened an OpenID Enabled Policy proposal and discussion site.
About two weeks ago, MySpace released an update to MySpaceID taking advantage of OpenID combined with OAuth to provide a sign in and profile sharing with a user-experience at parity with Facebook Connect. Max Engel is MySpace’s Product Lead for their Open Platform and took the time to write this post, providing some more details […]