Status of Minutes
Draft proposals for new business
Approved at: 2020-06-11 Meeting notes (ISI ) Draft
Quorum requirements to be determined and updated here by Staff as new member sign the GPA
Participant Roster - As of 2020-02-20 quorum is 6 of 10
(Voting participants are: Yusuf Khan, Jim Pasquale, John Wunderlich, James Ascberger, Mark Lizar, Lisa LeVasseur, Mary Hodder, Oscar Santolalla, Iain Henderson, Sal DAgostino, Ken Klingstien )
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Called to order
|Motion to approve prior minutes|
MOTION: To approve the last meeting minutes.
Moved by: John Wunderlich
Second: Mary Hodder
|Reminder Main Agenda|CMS is officially archived The twice a month gotomeeting call times are available In order to secure either or both slots please send a message to Staff and copy ISI chair/co-chair We’ve been asked to restate the current position of the PDUR Project. For those speculating on the PDUR Project status and structure. This project has not been contributed to Kantara as of yet. It is funded and drafted by an outside Interested, which Andrew Hughes is managing. Once a draft report/spec is complete it will be contributed to the workgroup and submitted under the IPR.
|Update on B.I.T. report|
John Wunderlich updated the group on the plan for a B.I.T. Report. :
6/04: open table for comments
5/28: review for the final draft
Report draft in June-July
- Possible conversion of the report to Spec or Standard
- Possible Kantara assurance for B.I.T. compliance
Blinding Tax status: Ken K has submitted the following “I’ve looked briefly at the blinding material and realized that it’s a fine focused piece of work, a (presumably) well-vetted and specific list of identifiers of all ilk and an action – blinding – that might be taken on them. (Paul, is that a fair one-liner?) A specific list for a specific action. If so, what is missing, IMHO is what it is not, e.g. a list of specific GDPR-sensitive attributes that need to be obfuscated (I need that), a list of identifiers that can be grouped into a correlation attack and so need a protective action, a list of PII, etc. A larger framework in which to place a specific piece of guidance. I came into Paul’s work thinking it was the answer to all my questions. A map of identifier characteristics (opacity, persistence, scope, sensitivity, etc.) against actions that can be taken on identifiers (blinding, obfuscation, encrypted on the wire, etc). Paul answers one subset of the problem space. Kantara might want to preface this blinding work within this larger landscape. If so, I do volunteer to write that up, as a paragraph for the right doc.”
Participants: John Wunderlich Paul Knowles Kenneth Klingenstein with assistance from Jim Pasquale
|Motion to approve the initial BIT Report by the ISI WG|
MOTION: To approve the submission to the LC to consider approval for the publication for the BIT report.
Moved by: Salvatore D'Agostino
Second: Jim Pasquale
Discussion: Reviewed changes with Iain in order to move forward with a vote.
Motion: Unanimously Carried
|Intentcasting||The intent casting project now looks like there will be a report to explain the concept on the way to creating the standard.|
|min||News about new implementations||All|
Jim Pasquale reminds the group that we are looking for implementations of consent receipts or other ISI relevant projects in the real world.
- This years’ Identiverse 2020 will be hosted as a virtual conference. Kantara through Andrew Hughes submitted a general topic around Information Sharing and Receipts, as a follow-on to last years exporting and importing receipts mock demo. With little to no new progress on WG participates updates to the existing solutions we are calling for each project to submit content Andrew will review and present to the Identiverse team for approval and inclusion.
| min||Demo status update||All|
Upcoming events update
See the Kantara Events page: https://kantarainitiative.org/events/
|New Business Proposed||All|
6/04: A motion to vote on publication of BIT Report v.1
*** Next call 2020-06-11 10:30 am Eastern DAYLIGHT Time
- MOTION: To adjourn
- Motion Carried