SIDI Hub Announces Roadmap to Drive Cross-Border Interoperability for Digital Identity

Published January 31, 2024

The OpenID Foundation is proud to be a founding member of the Sustainable and Interoperable Digital Identity (SIDI) Hub.

Interoperability is crucial for a fair and inclusive digital society. By coordinating the digital identity activities already underway, and defining a governance structure for digital identity credentials, the SIDI Hub is helping accelerate the path to cross-border interoperability.  

Following the success of our first summit at TRUSTECH 2023, 90% of participants agreed that our work must continue in 2024.

In response, the SIDI Hub has defined its workstreams and roadmap for 2024:

🟡 Identifying champion use cases for cross-border interoperability that serve as baseline for all workstreams

🟡 Defining minimum interoperability requirements for priority use cases

🟡 Mapping trust frameworks across jurisdictions

🟡 Defining metrics of success 

Read our official announcement to learn more: 

We are hosting a series of in-person meetings this year to progress the roadmap and invite all organizations involved in the development of digital identity solutions to get involved.

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OpenID Foundation

The OpenID Foundation (OIDF) is a global open standards body committed to helping people assert their identity wherever they choose. Founded in 2007, we are a community of technical experts leading the creation of open identity standards that are secure, interoperable, and privacy preserving. The Foundation’s OpenID Connect standard is now used by billions of people across millions of applications. In the last five years, the Financial Grade API has become the standard of choice for Open Banking and Open Data implementations, allowing people to access and share data across entities. Today, the OpenID Foundation’s standards are the connective tissue to enable people to assert their identity and access their data at scale, the scale of the internet, enabling “networks of networks” to interoperate globally. Individuals, companies, governments and non-profits are encouraged to join or participate.

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