Identity Theft Prevention Working Group

The online identity theft problem is too big and growing too quickly to be solved by one vendor or one initiative. Liberty Alliance formed a new group, the Identity Theft Prevention Group, with the belief that when the industry works together, the majority of online identity theft issues will be solved faster and on a broader scale.

The group is designed to serve as a hub for the global effort against identity theft and will be attacking issues from multiple perspectives in a collaborative, open, and vendor neutral environment.

Liberty Identity Theft Prevention Group Related Press:

Liberty Alliance Gathers Forces for All-Out Attack on Identity Theft


Liberty Identity Theft Prevention Related Documents
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Identity Theft Prevention Group Overview

Identify Theft Prevention Workgroup – FAQ

Interview with Michael Barrett (wma)

Identity Theft Primer
This paper, written by the Identity Theft Prevention Special Interest Group of the Liberty Alliance, clearly explains how a cross-organizational and vendor-neutral method of approaching the challenge of identity theft can work where piecemeal approaches will not. It includes a detailed identity theft matrix that explores the various types of identity theft and possible mitigating strategies, as well as an identity theft lifecycle that presents the various stages of the identity theft problem.

Appendix A: Glossary of Attack Vectors
This document provides a glossary of terms used in the discussion of Identity Theft, and is meant to service as a companion piece to the Identity Theft Primer.

Liberty Identity Theft Prevention Related Events:
Check back regularly for upcoming Identity Theft Workshops and Events



Other Featured Verticals:

Mobile — The Liberty Alliance has gained wide acceptance across many industries from around the globe. This acceptance is particularly well represented in the mobile space, where Liberty is recognized as the de facto standard for identity services. Read More

Healthcare — Liberty’s federated identity standards and business guidelines focus on privacy, confidentiality and security, offering the flexible, secure, and open infrastructure that is required to support and manage online services and transactions that are necessary in healthcare. Read More

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