[KI-LC] Request for web or Survey Monkey pledge-type page to solicit interest in a blockchain-related WG
colin at kantarainitiative.org
Tue Nov 7 23:05:55 UTC 2017
I think I'm still following you .. from ISO TC 307, to a UK showcase on BC
and DLT, to Kantara's Conformance Assessment criteria..
Whew, that is a broad track!
Today, none of those 3 things inter-relate in Kantara in relation to BC and
DLT, but they do in Identity Assurance, and soon in Data Privacy.
The organization takes the direction that its members, sponsors and
supporters want it to go. Kantara is the sum of its members parts,
strategies and goals.
If the Blockchain Smart Contracts WG does get formed, has a scope for work
products that, with directed funds, could be showcased in the UK next May,
all well and good. Thank you for giving us the heads up.
The conformance assessment criteria are going pretty well thanks... we are
most of the way through developing those of 800-63-3 at AAL2 and IAL2
because that's what our members wanted first. The Kantara Identity
Assurance Framework is better known in the US than in Europe for sure. But
we are making headway on raising awareness with the limited resources we
have at our disposal.
Thanks for dropping by.
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On Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 10:40 PM, Patrick Curry <
patrick.curry at clarionidentity.com> wrote:
> If you think that another and rather immature top level standards group is
> worth investing a bit of time, then ok. However, I think it is the UK
> Showcase and the practical aspects in para 2 that KI should target.
> Listening to others, particularly in governments, my concern is that I
> don’t see a strong enough link with, or business case around, KI’s
> conformance assessment criteria etc. May this is just a communication
> problem. Either way, I don’t see it getting traction. Maybe it is just
> me. Happy to be told I am wrong, but there needs to be some strong customer
> If you agree, sort of, I’d be interested to know what KI wants to do about
> it as part of its overall value proposition.
> Patrick Curry
> Clarion Identity Ltd
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> patrick.curry at clarionidentity.com
> On 7 Nov 2017, at 21:03, Colin Wallis <colin at kantarainitiative.org> wrote:
> Thanks Patrick
> It really depends on what areas of interest are exposed out of the Survey.
> What we could do (at the risk of including something of a leading
> question) is add that question to the survey, such as
> "Interest in having the WG's scope complementary to ISO TC 307
> Distributed Ledger and Blockchain Technologies, and seek a liaison".
> Would that work?
> Executive Director
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> On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 8:08 PM, Patrick Curry <patrick.curry@
> clarionidentity.com> wrote:
>> Hi Eve,
>> I have been a long time member of the LC but without portfolio (and
>> therefore fairly silent) since my original WG ceased.
>> I am deeply involved in BC and DLT development in many ways, working with
>> governments and companies, on strategy and specific implementations. I am
>> also involved with law enforcement on tackling the dark side of
>> cryptocurrencies and underlying flaws in the Internet.
>> Colin and Andrew know me well from ISO SC27 and many identity
>> activities. However, I am also in several WGs in TC 307 Distributed Ledger
>> and Blockchain Technologies, which meets next week in Tokyo. London will
>> be hosting the next meeting of TC307 in May 18, and following up with a UK
>> Showcase of DLT collaborative demonstrators with international partners.
>> And there is more going on elsewhere that might be of interest to KI.
>> I am wondering how the above might best synergise with KI’s interests in
>> this area. Perhaps KI should ask for a liaison with TC307.
>> Patrick Curry
>> Clarion Identity Ltd
>> M: +44 786 024 9074 <+44%207860%20249074>
>> T: +44 1980 620606 <+44%201980%20620606>
>> patrick.curry at clarionidentity.com
>> On 6 Nov 2017, at 19:40, Eve Maler <eve.maler at forgerock.com> wrote:
>> Thomas and I have been helping Bob Olsen with his press release
>> announcing the availability of the Blockchain and Smart Contracts
>> Discussion Group Report, and soliciting interest in a follow-on WG, as the
>> DG recommended forming. Since we can't direct people to an already-forming
>> WG, I suggested gathering feedback and interest in survey form. Colin said
>> creation of such a thing should be supported by the LC. I'm guessing
>> "supported" means materially, with resources? -- or managed? Is my
>> assumption correct? Would KI staff jump in with this?
>> Right now such a page is on the critical path to publication of the
>> Here are some elements I thought would ideally be present in a survey:
>> - Name
>> - Affiliation (optional?)
>> - Proposal for scope of the WG (it would be a good idea to show them
>> what the scope of the DG was, for comparison)
>> - Proposal for deliverable(s) of the WG
>> - Expressions of interest to serve in a leadership role
>> - Maybe a free-comment field for other stuff?
>> By the way, I put Thomas in touch with some others who are concretely
>> interested in such a group, and they've been discussing the topic off and
>> Thanks in advance!
>> *Eve Maler*ForgeRock Office of the CTO | VP Innovation & Emerging
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