BT Joins Liberty Alliance Board

Global communications provider takes leadership role in driving open, secure, and privacy-respecting digital identity management solutions

January 16, 2008

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Liberty Alliance, the global identity consortium working to build a more trusted internet for consumers, governments and businesses worldwide, today announced that BT has become a member of the Liberty Alliance Management Board. BT joins Liberty Alliance 2008 board members from AOL, France Telecom, HP, Intel, Novell, NTT, Oracle and Sun Microsystems to drive the strategic direction of Liberty Alliance on a global basis.

“Liberty Alliance is the only global identity organization where members representing deployers and vendors of identity management solutions work collaboratively to address the technology, business and privacy aspects of digital identity management,” said Robert Temple, Vice President, Security Technologies, BT Group Chief Technology Office. “BT is expanding its role in Liberty Alliance to help drive a secure and privacy-respecting internet identity layer across applications, industries and regions.”

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