It’s always nice – B.C. Government

It’s always nice that an article get’s written about a presentation I found myself working closely on. This is obliviously more work by many other people as well to pull together the proof of concept, but I helped with pulling the session together at Digital ID World 2007 (which you can read about on the…

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Where have we come from? Where are we going?

Michael Barrett,   PayPal’s CSIO started speaking about how early times (‘60s and ‘70s) Multics, RACF etc., (‘80s) Kerberos , some of us still use this, (‘90s) Netegrity, Securant (acq RSA), etc., and (‘90s, ‘00s) MS Passport. So although there is a long digital Identity history it’s been a bit muddled and not really clear as…

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Why did I fall off again? June 28th thru Sep 24th?

Well for a while there I was heads down trying to understand my new role and figure out what the next hot items were. I know from June 28th to Sep 24th is a long time, but with TechEd 2007 US and then working on Microsoft’s presence at Digital Identity World 2007 which is the…

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Citi Corporate and Identity Metasystem

Really a more overall business presentation about how and why Kim Cameron’s 7 laws apply. Attended by 20 + people the talk was mostly concentrated on why Banks should be the owners of Identity for users.  Hilary Ward, CTP Director from Citi spoke about “Reducing Friction in the Financial Supply Chain Using the Identity Metasystem.”…

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B.C. Government at DIDW 2007

Ian Bailey, Director of Application Architecture  of Providence of British Columbia spoke about the Proof of concept project his company had done using Microsoft products and Sxip Identity. The talk was attended by 50+ people and the whitepaper was available during his talk where WS* standards were showcased to be the standard to use when…

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