National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace - Identity Community Wiki
Next workshop on NSTIC is at IIW in October in Mountain View, CA
Previously, NSTIC had contemplated hosting a third workshop focused on technologies and standards relevant to NSTIC in Silicon Valley in September. They've considered a number of options for the workshop – and have opted to forgo a formal NIST workshop this fall in favor of playing an active role at the upcoming Internet Identity Workshop (IIW) October 18-20 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.
IIW has designated the second day of the event – October 19 – as “NSTIC Day” and the NSTIC office intends to propose a handful of NSTIC-related topics for that day in advance of the event. Note that NSTIC discussions will not be limited to the 19th, and we expect NSTIC to be a topic of discussion throughout the workshop; the 19th is simply where our NSTIC efforts will be focused. More details are available at IIW . The registration site is IIW13 registration
NSTIC held a privacy workshop on June 27-28 2011 at MIT
NSTIC held a Governance workshop on June 9-10 2011 in DC
NSTIC Launched April 15, 2011
The US Chamber of Commerce has recently posted a link to the livecast link for Friday's launch of NSTIC. Titled "Release of White House's National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC)", the stream is accessible at: http://www.uschamber.com/webcasts/release-white-houses-national-strategy-trusted-identities-cyberspace-nstic
NSTIC.US hosted a press event on April 18th at 1:00PM EDT (10:00AM PDT)
The sponsors of the NSTIC.US website arranged a press teleconference panel with both technical experts from the user-centric identity community as well as advocates from the privacy and public policy arena listed below.
* Moderator: Mary Ruddy - Chief Steward, Identity Commons * Panel: o Identity Commons - Kaliya Hamlin, Jay Unger o eCitizen Foundation - Dan Combs, Dazza Greenwood o Liberty Coalition - Aaron Titus o Center for Democracy and Technology - Aaron Brauer Riecke o Kantara Initiative - Matthew Gardiner o OpenID Foundation / OIX - Don Thibeau
The purpose of this teleconference panel was to provide the press a well balanced view of Friday's government announcement of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, to answer general and specific questions about the known details of the strategy and to give future perspective on the progam. T
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Next Community call, TBD after press briefing
Community Call Notes
Links to Coverage of the January 7 Announcement
- A video of the NSTIC event at Stanford on January 7, 2010 is now available at http://www.techamerica.org/nstic
- NIST's NSTIC link
- Favorable coverage
- Neutral / detailed event coverage
- Detailed analysis
- Fearful "national ID is coming"
- Skeptics "nice but they can't do it"
- Gibbs, in Ventura, Calif., is totally unconvinced that the feds can do security. Your beliefs to email@example.com.
- Concentrating on office over technology