Please find below an updated agenda for the upcoming OpenID Summit.
We have over 130 people registered at http://openidsummit2011.eventbrite.com/
The OpenID Foundation's 2011 series of OpenID Summits focus on use cases and topics of interest to developers, executives and analysts in the identity industry. The next summit explores security and the user experience in open identity technologies. It is co sponsored by Google and Symantec and will take place at 350 Ellis Street Mountain View, CA on the afternoon of May 2nd starting with a lunch at 12:30.
• 12:00 noon to 5:00pm, Monday, May 2, 2011
• Preceding Internet Identity Workshop http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/
• Symantec World Headquarters, 350 Ellis Street, Bldg (MTV Cafe), Mountain View, CA
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The OpenID Foundation www.openid.net
Lunch & Introductions – Led by Don Thibeau Executive Director OpenID Foundation, Eric Sachs, Google and Nico Popp, Symantec Host
Session One Panel Discussion: "Whither Secure Identity?"
Nico Popp of Symantec will moderate a CTO roundtable discussion with Paul Agbabian CTO Norton, Brent Williams CTO Equifax, Tim Brown SVP Distinguished Engineer CA Technologies.
Identity management has gone through a number of transitions and continues to evolve. Access to identity data is a component to any information security program. Multi factor Identity authentication, in particular, is a moving target as relying parties and identity providers need to comply with industry and federal regulations, as well as new identity standards and technology initiatives. In this panel discussion, you'll hear about the changing authentication including knowledge-based, device-based, and out-of-band authentication options.
Session Two Presentation: "What's Up with OpenID?
Mike Jones of Microsoft and OpenID Foundation AB/Connect Working Group Co-chairs will update the collaboration of Facebook, Google, Microsoft and others on the next stage of evolution of the OpenID protocol.
Mike will be joined by the working group co chairs John Bradley and Nat Sakimura and will take questions from the audience on the OpenID, OAuth 2 and other open identity protocols and standards.
Session Three Panel Discussion: "The Latest in IdP and RP Best Practices"
Eric Sachs of Google will moderate a roundtable with Andy Wu of Yahoo!, Dave Hebert Microsoft, George Fletcher Aol, and Chuck Mortimore, Salesforce.com on identity provider and relying party best practices in online identity authentication.
Web 2.0 applications are one of the most rapidly adopted technologies today and are now considered critical tools by most organizations. These sites provide valuable communication and collaboration benefits, but how do businesses enable access without impacting productivity, risking data loss or increasing vulnerability to threats?
Session Four Panel Discussion: "Monetizing Identity Without Traumatizing Customers"
Don Thibeau of the OpenID Foundation will moderate a panel discussion with investment leaders; David Walrod Bridgescale Partners, Enrique Godreau Voyager Capital and identity industry leaders; David Recordon Facebook, Tony Nadalin Microsoft, and Eric Sachs Google. The goal is to share thoughts on how the identity market place is evolving from investment and technology perspectives. This session will feature investors interviewing technology leaders about investing company money in identity and technology leaders interviewing investors about venture investing in identity companies.
This Roundtable format will not involve slides or individual presentations. The moderator will introduce each speaker and open the discussion explaining the topic and leading the roundtable discussion. The moderator will prepare questions directed to each panelist and all will be invited to comment and respond to what the other said. The intention is to find areas of agreement / disagreement from multiple perspectives on the how the identity technology is evolving.
Discussion and feedback
In December, The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) and the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) co sponsored a OpenID Policy Summit with invited experts from the American Bar Association's Committee on Identity and Harvard's Berkman Center for Law and the Internet. In March, PayPal hosted a Summit focusing on the use of social media in the context of online retail. The May 2nd OpenID Security Summit is the technology counterpoint to the policy work and the requirements discussed by retailers. Security issues emerged in the previous summits and often referenced the requirements and duties of relying parties. "RPBP" (relying party best practices) are a linchpin for identity authentication and security at higher levels of assurance. The user experience / security issues of RPBP are a key common denominator as they impact all stakeholders in the ecosystem. Some of the presentations will include:
- Mike Jones, Co-chair of the OpenID: AB/Connect working group, will update the collaboration of Facebook, Google, Microsoft and others on the next stage of evolution of the OpenID protocol.
- Aaron Brauer-Rieke of the Center for Democracy and Technology and Mike Garcia of the Department of Homeland Security will review the recently released White House "National Strategy on Trusted Identity in Cyberspace
- Nico Popp of Symantec and Eric Sachs of Google will chair a roundtable with Yahoo, Microsoft, Aol, and others on identity provider and relying party best practices in online identity authentication.
- Whither Identity Management? by Tim Brown, SVP Distinguished Engineer CA Technologies. Identity management has gone through a number of transitions and continues to evolve. Tim's presentation will discuss: Where has identity management been? What have we learned? What are the challenges we face? Where is it going?
Money and Identity Market Mash Up; PART ONE: "Business Models for Monetizing "Identity" Without Traumatizing Customers". This special Roundtable Panel format will not involve slides or individual presentations. A moderator will be assigned to introduce each speaker and open the discussion explaining the topic and leading the roundtable discussion.
Moderators will prepare questions directed to the Investors and Technologists and each group will be invited to comment and respond to what the other said. The intention is to find areas of agreement and disagreement from multiple perspectives by "Investors Interviewing Technology Leaders about investing company money in identity and Technology leaders interviewing Investors about investing money in identity companies.
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The OpenID Foundation is an international non-profit organization of individuals and companies committed to enabling, promoting and protecting OpenID technologies. Formed in June 2007, the foundation serves as a public trust organization representing the open community of developers, vendors, and users. OIDF assists the community by providing needed infrastructure and help in promoting and supporting expanded adoption of OpenID. This entails managing intellectual property and brand marks as well as fostering viral growth and global participation in the proliferation of OpenID.