Monthly Archives: October 2007

Higgins speaks SAML

Paul Trevithick just posted about a significant new step for the Higgins Project – the first contributions adding support for SAML 2.0. At first blush that may not seem surprising – SAML is the granddaddy of modern Internet identity protocols … Continue reading

Posted in CardSpace, General, Higgins, I-Cards, OpenID, SAML, XDI, XRI

Recommending the Recommender

I just noticed that Paul Madsen made a post about my recommendation that folks check out Joe Andrieu’s comments on the MS HealthVault announcement. Paul got my attention by titling his post, “Drummond, it’s Hailstorm“. Just to clarify: I wasn’t … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, General

Securing Very Important Data: Your Own

Denise Caruso published a wonderful article in Sunday’s New York Times on a subject very close to my heart: how to best go about protecting personal identity, profile, and preference data as new technologies like OpenID, Higgins, and XDI make … Continue reading

Posted in General, Identity Rights Agreements, Limited Liability Persona, Privacy, Social Web, XDI

Joe Andrieu on Microsoft's Health Care Record Initiative

Joe Andrieu, one of the leaders of the VRM (Vendor Relationship Management) community, has posted a good initial assessment of Microsoft’s first foray (post-Passport) of storing personal data for consumers via their Health Care Record initiative. It’s well worth reading … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, General, Higgins, I-brokers, VRM, XDI