Identity framework moves into next phase

Thursday, 26 July 2007, 9:04 AM EST

The Liberty Alliance Project has started developing technical specifications for how companies can protect sensitive personal data within their IT systems and securely share that data with other organizations.

Liberty, a consortium that develops identity management standards, completed a market requirements phase where it asked businesses, for example, how they use customer data when a person consents to give up the data, such as a credit-card number.

At InfoWorld.

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