On Feb. 6, 2009, we had a meeting for OpenID Denmark.
The programme was as follows:
13.00-13.15 Welcome and Introduction 13.15-13.45 Basics about OpenID and alternative SingleSignOn solutions (Martin Strandbygaard)
13.45-14.15 OpenID Market Development and Use Cases in Japan (Nat Sakimura)
14.30-15.00 Status, Opportunities and Roadmap for OpenID (Nat Sakimura) 15.00-15.30 DK User Study: How do non-technical users perceive SingleSignOn (Henrik Biering)
15.30-16.00 Discussion: What is needed to promote the use of OpenID in Denmark?
It had an attendance from wide range of industry including a credit card processors to the national broadcasting corporation.
OpenID in Denmark is just starting, but when combined with its National ID infrastructure, which is going to be in a new version later this year, it has a potential to leap frog most of us. It is worth watching how it is going to evolve.
Having been working on Digital Identity since 2000.
Co-author of various identity related specifications like OpenID Connect, JSON Web Token.
Chair of the OpenID Foundation (2011-)
Vice Chair of the OpenID Foundation (2010),
Founder of OpenID Foundation Japan (2008-),
Trustee of Kantara Initiative (2009-).