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John Bradley
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Lives in Isla de Maipo, Chile
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5 ways the U.S. government can get security right
I hope that the article I had published in the Government Computer News (US)  encourages people in the correct direction. They originally were looking for commentary on Hillary's fricking email. My god it is unbelievable how obsessed Americans are with that...
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5 ways the U.S. government can get security right
I hope that the article I had published in the Government Computer News (US)  encourages people in the correct direction. They originally were looking for commentary on Hillary's fricking email. My god it is unbelievable how obsessed Americans are with that...
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OAuth 2.0 Token Introspection now a RFC
Congratulations Justin Richer and all the others who contributed. This specification defines a method for a protected resource to query an OAuth 2.0 authorization server to determine the active state of an OAuth 2.0 token and to determine meta-information a...
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OAuth Discovery
We have had Discovery for OpenID Connect for some time. We now have a first draft of one that is targeted at being useful for OAuth in general: https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-jones-oauth-discovery The two specs are intentionally similar.  At some point i...
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SPOP/PKCE are now RFC
Thanks everyone for the help in getting this adopted. The spec is now RFC 7636 . John B. @ve7jtb
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New iGov WG at the OIDF
International collaboration among the
public and private sectors is now expanding with the announcement of a new OpenID Foundation (OIDF) working group
called the International Government Assurance Profile (iGov)—launching on
October 26 th at the OIDF
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PKCE / SPOP update.
I think we cleared the last  hurdle in IESG review last night. I am expecting draft 15 to be published today by our AD and that to be the last draft prior to going  to the RFC editor. Depending on workload and how many things need to be fixed in the final c...
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Identity Mercenary
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  • Ping Identity
    Sr. Technical Architect, 2012 - present
  • Protiviti Government Services Inc
    Identity and Access Management Lab, 2010 - present
  • Cryptolex
    Federated Identity Standards, 2008 - 2010
  • NDP, Cyberstore, Westel, Group Telecom
  • Cogneto, OIDF, ICF
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John is a Senior Technical Architect in the CTO Office of Ping Identity. He is an experienced IT professional with a diverse background. Most recently, John has been co-authoring the OpenID Connect protocol and JSON Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) along with OAuth 2, He co-authord the ICAM protocol profiles while at Protiviti Government Services. He has also been coordinating interoperability testing on the profiles with OASIS and Trust Framework partners from industry.  John provides leadership at Kantara as chair of the Leadership Council and as chair Federation Interoperability Work Group.  He has contributed to SAML, openID, Information Card (IMI), XRI and other identity standards.  He is actively working to develop the next version of openID. As the Co-Chair of OSIS he has both developed testing infrastructure and co-coordinated interoperability testing amongst all the major vendors participating in openID and Information Cards.

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Isla de Maipo, Chile
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Vancouver, BC - Ottawa, On - Redstone, CO - Viticura, Chile - Toronto, ON - Winnipeg, MB
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