Identity – Future directions
                                               “The last three feet”
                        ...
Identity 2.0


“In Identity 2.0, usage of identity more closely
  resembles today's offline identity systems, but
    with ...
Inconsistent

                Confusing

Leaves door open to identity theft/phishing
Inconsistent

                Confusing

Leaves door open to identity theft/phishing

      ...but, on the whole, it works!
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
Identity - Future Directions
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This presentation was for the JISC Future Directions event, held at Aston Business School on 30 June 2008. It describes OpenID and CardSpace as user-centric identity systems - as the user sees them. Such identity systems bring greater consistency to the user experience and put the user in greater control of their online identity.

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Identity - Future Directions

  1. 1. Identity – Future directions “The last three feet” JISC Future Directions Event, June 2008 David Orrell, Eduserv Foundation david.orrell@eduserv.org.uk http://www.eduserv.org.uk/foundation
  2. 2. Identity 2.0 “In Identity 2.0, usage of identity more closely resembles today's offline identity systems, but with the advantages of a digital medium.” The Burton Group
  3. 3. Inconsistent Confusing Leaves door open to identity theft/phishing
  4. 4. Inconsistent Confusing Leaves door open to identity theft/phishing ...but, on the whole, it works!

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