Identity is a problem we need to solve
Why are identity interfaces so poor?
Why can’t we have standard identity processes, like payments?
Why can’t we have simple identity processes that work with organizations that do not know us?
Current thinking will not answer these questions, nor will a new gee-whiz technology. This newsletter presents a radically different way of thinking in a journey through
the fundamentals of identity
a framework of Identity development stages
an explanation of Identity 2.5 and its importance
a series of topical newsletters after establishing 1-3 above
This newsletter is designed for anyone interested in Identity, from experts to everyday users of identity.
I have a long history in IT and strategy, going back to leading the development of the first internet banking site outside the USA in 1997.
Since then, I have been involved with a series of industry initiatives that have led me to reconsider the very basis of identity and I have developed my own Identity IP that I share in these Substack newsletters.
My publishing rhythm
My initial newsletters are twice a week as I establish my starting position.
After that, I’ll aim to publish once a week on topical issues with the occasional special edition for any interesting breaking news.
Will I charge?
Not initially. My success will be highly dependent on my ability to convince you that my analysis of identity is not only justifiable, but also useful! Once established I may start developing privileged content, but that is for the future to determine.
Identity is a wild west currently, so robust discussion is not only encouraged, it is essential. Please sign up and I welcome all comments both constructive and destructive!