OASIS IDtrust Member Section and Technical Committees
The OASIS Identity and Trusted Infrastructure (IDtrust) Member Section promotes greater understanding and adoption of standards-based identity and trusted infrastructure technologies, policies, and practices. The group provides a neutral setting where government agencies, companies, research institutes, and individuals work together to advance the use of trusted infrastructures, including the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
Current Technical Committees
The OASIS IDtrust Member Section currently oversees the work of these Committees:
Advancing new profiles for the DSS OASIS Standard
Enterprise Key Management Infrastructure (EKMI)
Defining symmetric key management protocols
Extensible Resource Identifier (XRI)
Defining a royalty-free URI-compatible scheme and resolution protocol for abstract structured identifiers used to identify and share resources across domains and applications
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Adoption
Advancing the use of digital certificates as a foundation for managing access to network resources and conducting electronic transactions
Open Reputation Management Systems (ORMS)
Advancing the ability to use common data formats for representing reputation data
Ideas for New WorkOASIS IDtrust is open to ideas for forming new Committees in the identity and trusted infrastructure space. Please add your ideas for new work here or contact OASIS.