Authentication and Authorization: Next steps for OpenID and OAuth
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As Director of Trust and Identity Initiatives, Lucy’s assignment with the Internet Society is to examine some of the major issues affecting the Internet and to develop projects that will address those problems. She has been an active participant in both the North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) and the IETF, and recently completed a term as Chair of the IETF Administrative Oversight Committee (IAOC).
John Bradley is an Identity Management subject matter expert and IT professional with a diverse background. He advises Government Agencies and commercial organizations on the policy and technical requirements of Identity Management, Federated Identity, PKI and smart card solutions. He is also Chair of the Federation Interoperability WG at Kantara, treasurer of the openID Foundation, on the advisory board for OIX, and an active contributor to SAML and other OASIS specifications at OASIS. Recently John has been co-authoring the ICAM protocol profiles at Protiviti Government Services on behalf of GSA, and continues to support the FICAM interoperability Lab. Current projects include co-authoring the next version of the openID specification and related standards.
Harry Halpin is a W3C Team member (MIT) and also a visiting researcher at Institut de la Recherche et Innovation du Centre Pompidou. He was the original Community Development Lead of the W3C, helping launch the W3C Community Group process to make the W3C more inclusive. He's currently Team Contact for the W3C Web Cryptography Working Group, as well as being lead for all things related to identity and the social web. He received his Ph.D. in data-mining from the University of Edinburgh and author of an upcoming book called "Social Semantics"
Michael B. Jones
Michael B. Jones is a Standards Architect at Microsoft. He is an editor of several IETF OAuth specifications, the IETF JOSE (JSON cryptography) specifications, and the OpenID Connect specifications. He serves on the board of the OpenID Foundation. He was a researcher at Microsoft Research from 1992 to 2005. Michael earned his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University in 1992. His interests include digital identity, computer security, privacy, distributed systems, networking, operating systems, musical performance, outdoor activities, and his fellow human beings. He blogs at http://self-issued.info/.
RL "Bob" Morgan
RL "Bob" Morgan is an IT Architect for the University of Washington. In this role he helps design identity infrastructure for the UW. He helps lead the Internet2 Middleware Initiative, and is a primary contributor to a number of Internet2 software projects (e.g. Shibboleth). He was an initiator of the InCommon Federation, the trust framework for Higher Education in the US, and continues to lead its technical activities. He is also active in standards activities with IETF and OASIS, where he has helped to develop the LDAP and SAML standards. He is a devoted member of the global identerati.
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