Kevin O'Neil, the Executive Director of the International Security, Trust, and Privacy Alliance and CEO of CYVA Research is speaking on "Framework and Approach for Protecting Digital Identity." The ITPSA is an alliance of companies like IBM, Motorola, and others who are creating "policy configurable" frameworks for security and privacy. The framework consists of services and capabilities that a security/privacy product must have. Interesting that many of these folks are also involved in Liberty Alliance. I get the impression as he talks that he views ISTPA as complementary to Liberty. Ah, he just said it: ISTPA is an affiliate member. His talk was very interesting, but mostly filled with scenarios rather than concepts, so it was difficult to blog.