Trust Frameworks: Tools to Build Trusted Identity Ecosystems

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Joni Brennan, Executive Director, Kantara Initiative
Joni Brennan will explain the Trust Framework Model, why it was developed and how it scales to meet the needs of verified trust in identity services. This presentation will provide a brief overview of the Kantara Initiative and the current status of Kantara's Accreditation and Service Approval Program. Find out why Trusted Identity Ecosystems are necessary for your organization and how you can become involved.

This presentation will be relevant to verticals including: Government, national/international applications, health care, financial, telecom and entertainment.
Aug 8 2012
41 mins
Trust Frameworks: Tools to Build Trusted Identity Ecosystems
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