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Open Identity Exchange (OIX) White Papers focus on current issues and opportunities in emerging identity markets. OIX white papers are driven by the needs of the members but the goal of each white paper is that they stand on their own to deliver value to the identity ecosystem as whole.

OIX White Papers are always pragmatic, transparent and take one of two perspectives: a retrospective report on the outcome of a given project or pilot or a prospective discussion on a current issue or opportunity.

OIX White Paper are made freely available on our website and are intended as summaries for a general business audience.

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A Global Inventory of Trust Lists, Trust Schemes and Trust Frameworks

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper shares some of the work undertaken in the LIGHTest project completed on trust inventories and potential use cases.  It provides a useful short review of similar white papers prepared in the past addressing the topic of Trust Frameworks.  It introduces Trust Lists, Trust Schemes and Trust Frameworks and [...]

Trust Frameworks for Identity Systems

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: “Trust Frameworks for Identity Systems”, is the first in a series of OIX white papers focused on trust frameworks that OIX is developing. This paper sets out a clear description of trust frameworks and their role in governing an identity system, addressing questions such as: What is a trust [...]

The Personal Network: A New Trust Model and Business Model for Personal Data

Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The explosive growth of social networks has created an entire social layer for the Internet, changing its very role in society. This white paper explores the emergence of the next layer: the personal network. It explains the legal and economic reasons personal networks differ from social networks and introduces the [...]