All our workshops take place co-located to the European Identity & Cloud Conference 2012 in Munich, Germany. With its world class list of speakers, a unique mix of best practices presentations, panel discussions, thought leadership statements and analyst views, EIC has become an absolute must-attend event for enterprise IT leaders from all over Europe.

If you are interested in attending the A review of the Status of Key Internet Identity Protocols OpenID Connect, OAuth 2.0 and Account Chooser, you can easily register for this workshop.

Complimentary Workshop: A review of the Status of Key Internet Identity Protocols OpenID Connect, OAuth 2.0 and Account Chooser

17.04.2012 09:00 - 11:00

A high level overview of the protocol, and an explanation of why major technology companies have standardized on it including Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, etc. We will also discuss how the functionality of the OpenID v2 protocol has been reimplemented on top of OAuth to create OpenID Connect. The session will also review the new Account Chooser protocol and discuss the security problems of websites that run their own password based login systems.

Association Sponsor

OpenID Foundation OpenID Foundation
2400 Camino Ramon, Suite 375 • CA 94583 San Ramon
Phone: +1 925 27 56 639
Fax: +1 925 27 56 691
E-Mail: help@oidf.org
Internet: http://openid.net/

The OpenID Foundation (OIDF) was formed in June 2007 to help promote, protect and enable the OpenID technologies and community. This entails managing intellectual property, brand marks as well as fostering viral growth and global participation in the proliferation of OpenID. The OIDF does not dictate the technical direction of OpenID; instead it will help enable and protect whatever is created by the community.

If you (or your organization) would like to help OpenID make the Internet a better place, become involved and join the Foundation.


Speakers

John Bradley John Bradley
OpenID Foundation, Kantara
John Bradley is an Identity Management subject matter expert and IT professional with a diverse background. Mr. Bradley has over 15 years experience in the information technology and identity management field. Mr. Bradley advises Government Agencies and commercial organizations on the policy and technical requirements of Identity Management, Federated Identity, PKI and smart card solutions. He is also Chair of the Leadership council and a Member of the Board at Kantara. He is treasurer of...
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Dr. Michael B. Jones Dr. Michael B. Jones
Standards Architect
Microsoft
Michael B. Jones is a Standards Architect at Microsoft. He is an editor of several IETF OAuth specifications, the IETF JOSE (JSON cryptography) specifications, and the OpenID Connect specifications.  He serves on the board of the OpenID Foundation . He was a researcher at Microsoft Research from 1992 to 2005. Michael earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University in 1992. His interests include digital identity, computer security, privacy, distributed...
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Andrew Nash Andrew Nash
Director of Identity Products
Google
Andrew Nash is Director of Identity Products at Google and a board member of the Open Identity Exchange. Formerly he was Director of Identity Services at PayPal and was CTO at Sonoa Systems and Reactivity working on XML and Web Services appliances. As Director of Technologies at RSA Security, Andrew worked on a wide range of identity systems. He is a known leader in PKI and Web-Services markets, has co-authored numerous Web Services security specifications and is author of a book on Public...
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Axel Nennker Axel Nennker
Telekom Innovation Laboratories
Axel Nennker is employed by a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom "Telekom Innovation Laboratories", short T-Labs. The focus of his current work for T-Labs is the Future Mobile Wallet that integrates user identity, payment, ticketing etc on mobile devices with hardware (SIM/UICC) security support and NFC. Axel is the maintainer of the openinfocard project and the OpenID for Firefox addon. Has was a founder and board member of the Information Card Foundation. He contributes to the OSIS...
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Nat Sakimura Nat Sakimura
Senior Researcher
Nomura Research Institute
Nat Sakimura is the research lead on Digital Identity at Nomura Research Institute (NRI). He has been working on digital identity and privacy for the past decade. His main theme cosinstently has been to empower the people with the digital identity so that they can live happily and peacefully in the cyber space transacting and connecting whenever and wherever they want. To that end, he has been active in standardization sapces such as OASIS Open, OpenID Foundation, Kantara Initiative, and...
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Don Thibeau Don Thibeau
Executive Director
OpenID Foundation
Don Thibeau is the Executive Director of The OpenID Foundation openid.net an open source, identity standards development organization representing industry leaders in internet enterprise, web and social media technologies. Thibeau is also Chairman of the Board of the Open Identity Exchange ( OIX ) a non-profit, technology-agnostic, multi-tenant platform for of certification listing services and trust frameworks for identity authentication in global internet and telecommunications...
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Kick Willemse Kick Willemse
Board Member
OpenID Foundation
Kick Willemse (1973) is an international expert in the field of digital identity and electronic signatures. From his experience, he is actively involved in national and international developments for the E-recognition of consumers and businesses on the Internet. Since 2011 he is a boardmember of the international OpenID Foundation. In 2009 he founded Evidos, a Dutch consultancy firm realizing projects for large organizations on topics like digital identity and electronic signatures. Since...
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Continuing Education Credits

After attending this workshop you will be able to:

  • Describe the functionality of OpenID Connect and how is has been implemented.
  • Explain why companies have standardized on the standard internet identity protocols.
  • Describe the new Account Chooser protocol.
  • List the security problems of websites using their own password based login systems.

This Workshop qualifies for 2 Group Learning based CPEs

Learning level:  Overview

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