At this conference people are working towards a better understanding and developing new concepts, using an agile format with participant-driven contents, covering the attendees’ current interests. TIIME’s format has been designed for solving trust and identity issues. If you are looking for a substantial discussion on this subject it is likely that you will meet the right people here!
Sessions will be run in an agile format centering the subtopics on the actual interests of the participants. Interest, questions or contributions can be posted in the pre-conference survey. Each day starts with keynotes to inspire the discussions.
Identity federation has been thriving in certain vertical domains and is increasingly arriving in various industry sectors to support ever more business processes. Organizations have to choose from different functions, architectures and protocols; available as cloud service, drop-in solution or toolkits. This topic is for you if SAML, OAUTH, OpenID Connect, WS-Fed, SCIM, SPML should match with authentication and provisioning processes in a multi-party context.
While “better” identities like Facebook’s real names or government issued eIDs relieve certain security threats, they are against certain privacy principles and result in a shifted risk equation. What are the positions, options and best practices for actors in this ecosystem, joining different jurisdictions across the Internet?
Legal and organizatonal frameworks need to evolve to make corss-organizational cooperation scalable and resilient. Stakeholdes with different points of view need to articulare legal opinions, local vs. common needs, organitational contraints and contrast differnt models.
The next workshop took place on 7.-8. February 2017 in Vienna, Austria.