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  • 1. OpenID Specifications Update
    Munich OpenID Summit – May 10, 2011
    John Bradley – Independent
    Mike Jones – Microsoft
    Nat Sakimura – Nomura Research Institute
  • 2. Working Together
    AB/Connect WG
  • 3. Design Criteria
  • 4. Easy Things Easy
    Standard UserInfo for Simple “Connect” Ability
    Designed to Work Well on Mobile Phones
  • 5. How We Make It Easy
    Build on OAuth 2.0
    Use JavaScript Object Notation (JSON)
    JSON Web Token (JWT) claims representation
    Goal: Easy implementation on all modern web platforms
  • 6. Harder Things Possible
    Range of Security Profiles
    Claims Aggregation
    Distributed Claims
  • 7. Range of Security Profiles
    Increasing Level of Assurance ->
  • 8. Claims Aggregation
    Data Source
    Data Source
    Signed Claims
    IdP
    Relying
    Party
  • 9. Distributed Claims
    Data Source
    Data Source
    Data Source
    Signed Claims
    IdP
    Relying
    Party
    Permission
    Better scalability, etc.
  • 10. After
    3½ Years
    Since December 2007
  • 11. Consensus on New Specs!
    Consensus achieved through
    weekly working group calls
    in-person meetings at Internet Identity Workshop
  • 12. Branding
    OpenID® Connect
  • 13. Next Steps
    Turn consensus decisions into complete specs
    Gather feedback from developers
    Interop work
    Obtain implementation commitments
    Formal specification launch
  • 14. Use of Summits
    Munich:  Discuss progress, specs – gather input
    Colorado:  Interop work – potentially in cooperation with OSIS
    Tokyo:  Test implementations; learn from implementation and deployment experiences
    London:  Discuss progress, specs – gather input
    Nov IIW:  Spec refinement and/or finalization
  • 15. NSTIC Governance in Washington DC June 8-10
    NSTIC Privacy in Boston June 27-28
  • 16. Resources
    Artifact Binding Working Group Wiki Page
    http://wiki.openid.net/w/page/12995134/Artifact-Binding
    Artifact Binding Mailing List
    http://lists.openid.net/mailman/listinfo/openid-specs-ab
    OpenID Blog post “A Map for OpenID ABC”
    http://openid.net/2011/04/29/a-map-for-openid-abc/
    Mike’s blog
    http://self-issued.info/
  • 17. Open Discussion
    Taking full advantage of us all being here!