[Openid-specs-fapi] apidays in Paris
BCostello at yodlee.com
Tue Nov 15 15:38:47 UTC 2016
Looks good to me. There will be regulatory attention to this in the coming months, with the SEC, OCC and CFPB in the US all planting their respective stakes in the fertile ground of fintech, plus international regulators starting to get their heads around this, especially in the UK, Singapore, AU and India. All are looking for industry to inform and, in some cases, lead.
The FAPI WG, if we continue to be apolitical, can have a major voice.
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Indeed, Mike Amundsen  is listed as one of the speaker.
I wonder what would be the speaking point.
There are two parallel slots that looks like both relevant to us.
Some of the speaking point that I can think of is:
1. In the era of mobile, OAuth 2.0 is the protocol of the choice.
2. However, RFC6749 is a framework and needs to be profiled appropriately for use cases.
3. FAPI WG @ OIDF is taking such task for Financial APIs and securing it using
RFC7636, JWT Client Authentication/TLS Client Authentication, OpenID Connect, etc.
4. FAPI WG is collaborating with many stakeholders including financial institutions
and fintech companies, etc.
What would you think?
Chairman, OpenID Foundation
On 2016-11-10 02:30, Preibisch, Sascha H via Openid-specs-fapi wrote:
> Hi all!
> CA is a sponsor of apidays and I just asked if that team is able to
> organize a speaking slot for a FAPI member. Let's see if its possible.
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