Washington D.C., USA
Join us for this Identity Assurance Special Interest Group kickoff meeting to discuss the Identity Assurance Framework and the proliferation of standard Levels of Assurance in digital commerce.
This kick-off meeting is hosted by General Services Administration (GSA) at The American Institute of Architects, on the Mezzanine level in the AIA Boardroom. The AIA is located at 1735 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20006 between 17th & 18th Street NW, across the street from Corcoran Gallery of Art. The nearest metro stations are a) Farragut West (exit from metro at 18th and I Street. Walk 4.5 blocks – cross I, H, PA Ave, G & F Streets) and b) Farragut North – Red Line – (K Street exit, walk south 5.5 blocks – cross Conn Ave, I, H Streets, PA Ave, G & F Streets). Please reference this map https://www.aia.org/SiteObjects/files/AIA_Directions.pdf Please walk up the open staircase to the Mezzanine level, signage will direct you to the AIA Boardroom.
The IASIG was formed alongside the Identity Assurance Expert Group (IAEG), as a public Special Interest Group (SIG) within the Liberty Alliance to continue and extend the Trust Framework of the EAP (Electronic Authentication Partnership), the Credential Assessment Framework of the US E-Authentication Initiative, and other industry contributions, into a harmonized, best-of-breed industry standard operational framework for managing trusted credentials across identity federations to foster inter-federation on a global scale.
The IASIG’s goal is to a public forum for discussion that will allow for feedback into the IAEG, as the IAEG works to provide organizations with a uniform means of relying on digital credentials issued by a variety of identity providers (aka credential service providers) in order to advance trusted identity federation among public and private sector organizations
Find out more about the group and how join the list serve at https://wiki.projectliberty.org/index.php/IASIG.
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