Dick – had a 580 slide deck done Lessig Style
This is a summary of his talk:
We found out about Dick’s Identity
We learned a about what Identity is
What I say about me
What other say about me (others trust this)
What others say about you
We learned about Identity Transactions:
Verbal in person (with visual cues)
Talk on phone (loss of visual cues)
Job Application (fill out form)
We learned about data verification using drivers licenses in the real world and how the process reduces Identity Friction.
Identity Transactions are Asymmetrical
There is separation of the acquisition and presentation of credential
The credential is reusable
Trust is social
What is digital identity?
Identity 1.0 Today
Today it is the hassel of filling out the same information again and again.
Basically today authentication is that you get to prove you are an entry in a directory entry. single authority on one credential – not portable – in silo.
Verified digital Identity is not what you give a site today.
e-bay -/-> Craigslist
We have walled gardens
Identity 2.0 is where the user can move it to any site.
Simple and open has a history of winning in new standards look at:
- web – html
WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
Identity Credential exchange is transparent transaction that is scalable.
WHO WILL DRIVE THIS?
users? – to many user names and passwords
won’t pay – little influence
enterprise? – partners, contracts, agents
but risky to lead… can’t get there
motivated to solve
theoretical trust relationship
Identity Ecosystem will emerge where
users are loosely coupled
share user identity
We are in a new era
Webservices – Flickr, Mappr, SalesForce
Web 2.0 will drive identity 2.0
It will happen on the edge of the Internet (not the edge of the enterprise).
XRI/XDI no web-service apps
The goal is to mimic photo ID
With Sxip Network
SXIP 1.0 has had a few tire kickers
SXORE Blog comment spam solution
SXIP 2.0 support web services
SSO – Simple Secure and Open
Jamie Lewis –
Q: So will this go into a STANDARDS PROCESS?
A: We are working on it. We want to get it very close to right then put it into standards body. I like IETF. Our goal is to be open