OpenID Summit Tokyo 2020 and side events Registrations are open

Every four years, OpenID Foundation Japan is having an educational meeting called “OpenID Summit Tokyo”. The next one is coming up on January 24, 2020.

This year, it will be at a brand new venue called Shibuya Stream Hall in Shibuya, Tokyo.

The schedule is as follows.

OpenID Summit Tokyo 2020

Jan 24, 2020
@ Shibuya Stream Hall


Time
Grand HallBreakout Room
10:00-10:10Opening Remark
Masanori Kusunoki,
Chair, OpenID Foundation Japan
10:10-10:40Keynote 1
Identity 2020, 2025, and 2030
Ian Glazer, Director, Salesforce
10:40-11:10Keynote 2
True Human Identity in the Digital Realm
Kim Cameron
Talk to Evangelists
11:10-11:40Keynote 3
Enabling large-scale multi-party federations with OpenID Connect
Mike Jones
Talk to Evangelists
11:40-12:30Break
12:30-13:00Open Banking beyond PSD2 in the EU
Torsten Lodderstedt
Yes
Device Identity as Yet Untold – Enterprise Security and Device Identity (Kengo Suzuki)
13:00-13:30Financial API UpdatesWebAuthn using Cloud-assisted BLE (caBLE) (Yoshihiko Nagoya, Lepidum)
13:30-14:00Updates on OIDF-J KYC WG
Naohiro Fujie, Member of the board, OpenID Foundation Japan
Digital-Keep platform that enables secure rights transactions through the establishment of Digital Identity and eKYC/OIDC (Hiroshi Yamamoto, BitKey) 
14:00-14:30Updates on the FIDO/eKYC/DID in Korea and the prospects on the future (Bradly Kim, R&D Center/CTO, RaonSecure Co., Ltd.) Updates on the specs surrounding Native Apps and OpenID Connect (Kazuki Tsuzuki, Yahoo Japan)
14:30-14:50Break
14:50-15:20Sponsor Session (1): Identity proofing as the key to the second generation IDaaS – NIST, Supply Chain Security and Orphan ID – (Jun’ichi Egawa, CEO, Exgen Network Inc.)Authentication Design Patterns using FIDO (WebAuthN) (Toshiki Matsui, KDDI) 
15:20-15:50Sponsor Session (2): A deployment case on the unified secure identity management with FIDO and Social Network Identities – Introduction to a cloud identity platform “SELMID” (Kyoka Hanai, Western Japan Business Development Team, CTC Solutions) Introduction to OpenID Connect Client Initiated Backchannel Authentication Flow (CIBA)– New User Experience and implementation examples (Takehisa Shibata, Takumi Akaboshi, NRI Secure Technologies)
15:50-16:20Updates on the gBizID that utilizes OpenID Connect (Hisafumi Mitsushio, Ministry of Economy, Advisor to CIO, Trade and Industry, Japan)OpenID ConnectOur Identity Experience (Andrew Hindle, Board Member, IDPro; Content Chair, Identiverse)
16:20-16:50Research data management space that NII promotes (Kaz Yamaji, Professor, National Insititute of Informatics) 
16:50-17:10Break
17:10-17:40Closing Keynote:
No ID, No DX
Nat Sakimura,
Chairman,
OpenID Foundation
17:40-17:50Closing remarks:
Masanori Kusunoki,
Chairman,
OpenID Foundation Japan

To register, go to: https://openid.connpass.com/event/157830/

There are a few side events planned as well.

AB/Connect WG F2F / Workshop

Jan 23 (Thursday) 13:00 – 18:00
@ NRI Otemachi office (just beside the Palace) on the Connect Strategy/Next Steps.

Agenda:

  1. Strategy session on how to propagate Connect to the enterprise world.
  2. Plan out OpenID Connect 1.1 that leverages OAuth JAR
  3. Plan out the OpenID Connect Self-Issued spec. (and DID thing perhaps.)
  4. Strategy to propagate Connect to R&E

Self-sovereign identity day

Jan 27 (Monday) 10:00 – 17:00
@ Sheraton Grande Ocean Resort (Miyazaki)

eKYC Workshop led by Torsten Lodderstedt and Naohiro Fujie with eKYC discussion group in OIDF-J.

Jan 28 (Tuesday) 15:00 – 18:00
@ NRI Otemachi Office

How to Request the seats in the Side Events

The capacity of the side events are extremely limited, especially for the WG meeting and eKYC Workshop. There is no guarantee for getting you a seat at all: in fact, it should be rather difficult. However, if you are interested to join, please let me know through the following Google Form:
https://forms.gle/2utHiJW9SuS8iAHD8

No guests that are not pre-registered and is assigned a seat will be admitted to the venue.

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