White Houses Issues Online Trusted Identities Plan

April 16, 2011
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“The White House Friday released the final version of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), backing away from its role in leading implementation of a plan to standardize and strengthen online identity management and authentication and leaving it more in the hands of the private sector.

Previous rhetoric around the plan–which aims to solve the problem of the multiple identities and passwords people use when making online transactions and the risks they pose–presented a scenario in which the government would oversee the strategy and possibly even create new legislation to support it. “

Source: White Houses Issues Online Trusted Identities Plan — InformationWeek