Last September, NIST awarded grants to five organizations to stand up NSTIC pilots focused on advancing the NSTIC vision, objectives and guiding principles, demonstrating innovative frameworks that can provide a foundation for the Identity Ecosystem, and tackling barriers that have, to date, impeded the Identity Ecosystem from being fully realized.

To participate in the conversation and further discuss the progress the pilots are making towards advancing the Identity Ecosystem, the IDESG is hosting a discussion forum about the common questions that have emerged as the pilots have moved forward.

Given that NSTIC relies on a multi-stakeholder collaborative process to advance the Identity Ecosystem, our hope is that the NSTIC blog posts on pilot “Common Considerations” will stimulate discussion and collaboration on these questions in the weeks and months to come.

Click here to leave this blog and view and participate in the IDESG’s discussion forum about these topics.

NSTIC Pilot Common Consideration Blog Posts:

  1. NSTIC Pilot Common Considerations: 1 – Terminology, April 12, 2013
  2. NSTIC Pilot Common Considerations: 2 – Trust Frameworks, April 12, 2013
  3. NSTIC Pilot Common Considerations: 3 – Risk Assessment Methodology & Authentication Strength, April 25, 2013
  4. NSTIC Pilot Common Considerations: 4 – Attributes, May 7, 2013
  5. NSTIC Pilot Common Considerations: 5 – An Identity Ecosystem Functional Model for the Modern Market, August 2, 2013

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