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“ISOC is eager to participate in Liberty Alliance's well-established collaborative processes to help ensure that the specifications upon which these new technologies are built will promote continued innovation and serve the interests of all Internet users around the world.”

— IT Wire, Feb. 26, 2009, Lucy Lynch, ISOC

“Initiatives such as the Liberty Alliance Project’s 'Identity Assurance Framework' are needed to establish the common language and standards necessary to persuade companies to hand over control of their identities to a trusted third party.”

— EDS, January 2009

“The LIAF (Liberty Identity Assurance Framework] provides in-depth criteria for assessing the practices of identity proofing and credential service providers. These criteria can be used by federated RPs as baselines for establishing proper identity proofing and credential management controls.”

— Gartner, Dec. 24, 1008, Gregg Kreizman

“The partnership between Aetna and NaviMedix, its IT platform vendor, shows increased payer reliance on identity management technologies and the federation of those technologies.”

— Healthcare IT News, Oct. 8, 2008, Roger Sullivan

“The multi-party federations allow entities to engage and work together, and we believe this type of technology and framework is required to meet the needs of the healthcare system…Federations support business-to-business security allowing new combinations of constituent-focused Web solutions.”

— Healthcare IT News, Oct. 8, 2008, Mark Coderre, Aetna

“The Liberty Interoperable full-matrix SAML 2.0 testing program represents a new era in demonstrating how secure and privacy-respecting enterprise and user-driven identity-enabled applications can interoperate across devices, networks and regions.”

— e-Payments News, Oct.1, 2008, Brett McDowell

“Identity products passing Liberty Interoperable SAML 2.0 full-matrix testing provide organizations with tremendous value because they have proven to interoperate with each other across a wide variety of real-world deployment scenarios.”

— SAML, XML org News, Sept. 24, 2008, Brett McDowell

“Liberty Alliance is helping organizations create a deeper trust in conducting Web-based business by collaborating with industry to develop open specifications and standardized business and policy frameworks to more quickly and widely deploy interoperable identity-enabled services.”

— TMC Net, Sept. 8, 2008, Matthew Gardiner

“Developers, organizations and system integrators can now begin leveraging IGF to better manage and protect identity information across user-driven applications and the extended enterprise.”

— Regulations Daily, Aug. 8, 2008, Prateek Mishra

“The speed at which work continues on the Liberty Identity Governance Framework reflects the wide-scale demand for identity-enabled applications that are secure and protect the privacy of individuals.”

— Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Journal, Aug. 8, 2008, Prateek Mishra

“Developers, organizations and system integrators can now begin leveraging IGF to better manage and protect identity information across user-driven applications and the extended enterprise.”

— Systems Management News, June 24, 2008, Prateek Mishra

“Our shared goal is to deliver a ubiquitous, interoperable, privacy-respecting federated identity layer as a means to seamless, secure online transactions over network infrastructure.”

— SC Magazine, June 2, 2008, Brett McDowell

“The first release of the Liberty Identity Governance Framework is a significant proof point in demonstrating how Liberty Alliance is committed to delivering the policy-based systems organizations need to build and deploy more successful enterprise and Web 2.0 applications.”

— Systems Management News, June 24, 2008, Brett McDowell

“The Identity Assurance Framework will help us achieve global trust at common, known levels of assurance. This will enable secure, trusted electronic business transactions outside of the enterprise. We’ve recognized this need for years in the U.S. government and introduced some of the first successful interfederated business processes in early 2001.”

— Government Computer News, June 23, 2008, Dr. Peter Alterman

“The IAF delivers the business and policy foundation developers, businesses and system integrators can now begin to use to more easily build and deploy a wide variety of new federated services and enterprise-grade Web 2.0 applications.”

— Computer Weekly, June 23, 2008, Frank Villavicencio, Citi