OpenID in the Digital ID Landscape: A Perspective From the Past to the Future Digital identity has been under a constant evolution for the last 30 years. It started from a simple access control via user account within a system to a shared credential among the systems, then to the federated identity and bring-your-own-identity (BYOI). Modern usages are not only for access control but include such purposes like digital on-boarding (account opening), employee and customer relationship management. Among the many technologies out there, OpenID seems to have gained popularity in the market that you are probably using it without knowing it. This session explains the positioning of OpenID in the digital ID landscape and explores the future potential for both corporations and individuals.
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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-).