The Liberty Alliance Project goes after phishers

Friday, 17 June 2005, 1:20 AM EST

The Liberty Alliance Project, working on XML-based specifications for federated identity, is extending its remit to tackle the threat to digital identity posed by phishing.

Liberty has launched the Identity Theft Protection Group to establish a set of best practices for technology and policy, while also educating businesses and consumers. The group will host its first identity theft workshop next month in Chicago.

By Gavin Clarke at Channel Register.

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