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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Paper Abstract: Paper Details: “HMT should challenge the industry to make a pensions dashboard available to consumers by 2019, bringing together industry and consumer representatives to help them set direction and drive progress.” HMT and FCA, [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: JustGiving is a tech-for-good company that facilitates donations and fundraising for charities. In 2001, JustGiving launched as the first UK online fundraising platform and has grown to include [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The Open Identity Exchange organised and facilitated a legal and policy workshop on March 24, 2016 in Amsterdam, with the objective of advancing the discussion of the key issues [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Customers of Norwegian banks have a very simple experience for opening a bank account. A customer can use a ‘Bank ID’ digital identity issued by one Norwegian bank to [...]
Digital Identity Across Borders: Doing Financial Transactions in another EU Country: User Research Report
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Within the scope of the ‘Opening a UK Bank Account with a Norwegian BankID project, a user journey was tested of a Norwegian individual opening a UK bank account [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The Open Identity Exchange, along with the American Bar Association’s Identity Management Legal Task Force and The World Bank, hosted a legal and policy workshop on January 14, 2016 [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This project tested the following hypothesis: ‘Walk-in Assisted Digital support will be effective for some users, at least for some services, and feasible for some suppliers to provide.’ This [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Rebooting the Web of Trust is a cooperative of tech visionaries experienced with security, privacy, and identity. Its goal is to imagine and implement the future of decentralized trust [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In order to support the anticipated growth of the UK services over the next 5 years, this emerging open market of high-quality identity services will extend interoperability of systems, [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This Industry Working Group (the IWG), was established by OIX with an initial brief to shadow, review and potentially influence the work of the OIX Warwickshire County Council led [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: In order to understand the overall UK market meeds better, OIX has been asked by its members to run a discovery exercise during 2015 to understand what the [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: As more processes move online, the requirement for identity assurance becomes more complex. In the UK the government has stated that digital identity is a core enabler of their [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The ‘Digital Sources of Trust’ (DSOT) discovery projects have investigated the challenges of identity verification for users that do not possess traditional identity credentials such as a passport or [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This project explored the hypothesis: ‘It is possible to share signals between IdPs whilst minimising disclosure of personal data  to better prevent fraud.’ These signals relate to events or [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This discovery project has hypothesised a model by which bank data could be shared more directly and efficiently to GOV.UK Verify certified companies and others in the identity services [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This technical paper should be read in conjunction with the white paper: Towards an Architecture for a Digital Blue Badge Service. A collaboration between Government Digital Services, Department for [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This Alpha project took a typical local government service – applying for a Blue Badge (disabled parking badge) – and demonstrated how it could be radically transformed from a [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This project looked at how digital identity can solve a real world problem. By the time the average person retires they will have contributed to about 11 different [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: The project looks at the Global Existence Transaction (“Existence”) service, developed by Western Union to tackle overseas pension fraud, and how this service could be potentially leveraged by the [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Digital “inclusion” and “uptake” are two of the most interesting, and possibly biggest challenges in the adoption of a ubiquitous digital identity. Are critical questions in this context are: [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This paper gives an overview of an Open Identity Exchange UK discovery project run to explore the potential for a “Shared Signals” model (the exchange of “trust” and metadata, [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: This white paper analyses the “ARPU”, Average Revenue Per User, that is the telco industry’s favourite four letter word. ARPU is a measure of monthly revenue divided by the [...]
Warwickshire (2): Can attribute provision, together with identity assurance, transform local government Services?
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Identity assurance is key if we are to enable the digital by default strategy. It provides a means of common access to services across central and local government. But [...]
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Adoption of an external digital identity asserted by the users Identity Provider requires the organisation to ‘match’ the identity details to customer records within its own systems. This paper [...]
Lloyds with Callsign: Associating a bank with issuing an identity assurance credential that allows access to Government services
Paper Abstract: Paper Details: Banks have long been the holders and guardians of personal information relating to their millions of customers such as name, address, phone numbers, financial history, etc. Moreover they go [...]