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Nat Sakimura: No ID, No DX

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Nat Sakimura
OpenID Foundation
Nat Sakimura
Nat Sakimura is a well-known identity and privacy standardization architect and the Chairman of the OpenID Foundation. He is a co-author of many of the frequently used international standards such as OpenID Connect, JWT, JWS, OAuth PKCE, etc. He is currently editing ISO/IEC 29184 Guidelines for...
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