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OpenID Summit Tokyo 2020

ID in the true DX

Four years have passed since the last OpenID Summit, and now OpenID Connect is not only used in the consumer sector, but in all sectors such as the enterprise, financial, academic, and e-government sectors. ‪

There are also movements to use OpenID Connect in fields such as eKYC and Self-sovereign Identity.
Along with such changes, many business use cases and field-specific spec extensions have emerged, and OpenID Connect and its surrounding technologies and businesses are also changing drastically.

With these in mind, we will hold the OpenID Summit Tokyo for the third time in 2020, as a place to review the changes over the past four years and learn about the latest technological trends.

Registration Open: Early November,2019
Capacity: 270(Admission free)
Event date and time: Friday, January 24, 2020, 10:00 - 18:00
Event Location: Shibuya Stream Hall Shibuya 3-21-3, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Venue Map


Time Grand Hall(EN → JP) Breakout Room
10:00 - 10:10

Opening Remark

Masanori Kusunoki — Chair, OpenID Foundation Japan
10:10 - 10:40

Keynote 1 - Identity 2020, 2025, and 2030

Ian Glazer — Vice President, Identity Product Management at Salesforce
10:40 - 11:10

Keynote 2 - True Human Identity in the Digital Realm

Kim Cameron — Contributor and Advisor on Digital Identity

Talk to Evangelists

11:10 - 11:40

Keynote 3 - Enabling large-scale multi-party federations with OpenID Connect

Michael B. Jones — Microsoft / OpenID Foundation, Community Board Members

Talk to Evangelists

11:40 - 12:30 Break
12:30 - 13:00

Open Banking beyond PSD2 in the EU

Torsten Lodderstedt — CTO,yes.com

Device Identity as Yet Untold – Enterprise Security and Device Identity

Kengo Suzuki — ken5scal
13:00 - 13:30

Identity proofing as the key to the second generation IDaaS – NIST, Supply Chain Security and Orphan ID –

Junichi Egawa — CEO, Exgen Network Inc.

WebAuthn using Cloud-assisted BLE (caBLE)

Yoshihiko Nagoya — Lepidum
13:30- 14:00

Updates on OIDF-J KYC WG

Naohiro Fujie — Member of the board, OpenID Foundation Japan

Digital-Keep platform that enables secure rights transactions through the establishment of Digital Identity and eKYC/OIDC

Hiroshi Yamamoto — BitKey
14:00- 14:30

Updates on the FIDO/eKYC/DID in Korea and the prospects on the future

Bradly Kim — RaonSecure Co., Ltd.R&D Center/CTO

Updates on the specs surrounding Native Apps and OpenID Connect

Kazuki Tuzuku — Yahoo Japan
14:30 - 14:50 Break
14:50- 15:20

Implementation - Bank Open API “what we did and what we do next”

Jumpei Miwa — Director of FinTech and Innovation Office, JFSA

Authentication Design Patterns uisng FIDO (WebAuthN)

Toshiki Matsui — KDDI
15:20- 15:50

A deployment case on the unified secure identity management with FIDO and Social Network Identities – Introduction to a cloud identity platform “SELMID”

Kyoka Hanai — Western Japan Business Development Team, CTC Solutions

Introduction to OpenID Connect Client Initiated Backchannel Authentication Flow (CIBA)– New User Experience and implementation examples

Takehisa Shibata, Takumi Akaboshi, — NRI Secure Technologies
15:50- 16:20

Updates on the gBizID that utilizes OpenID Connect

Hisafumi Mitsushio — , Advisor to CIO, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry , Japan

Our Identity Experience

Andrew Hindle — Board Member, IDPro; Content Chair, Identiverse
16:20 - 16:50

Research data management space that NII promotes

Kaz Yamaji —Professor, National Insititute of Informatics
16:50 - 17:10 Break
17:10 - 17:40

Closing Keynote

Nat Sakimura —Chairman, OpenID Foundation.
17:40 - 17:50

Closing remarks

Masanori Kusunoki — Chairman, OpenID Foundation Japan

Contact Information: OpenID Foundation Japan
Email: contact@openid.or.jp