The venue for in-depth technical discussions on OAuth, OpenID Connect, GNAP & Co.
“The OSW remains the best venue for getting things done in the identity protocols space. The best minds in the industry are there, all eager to solve hard problems: expect two days of relentless focus and remarkable results.”
— Vittorio Bertocci, Auth0
“OSW has given me the opportunity to listen, learn and discuss with the best and most experienced people in this domain. If you’re lucky you might even get to witness or participate in the birth of a new international standard or two.”
— Steinar Noem, Udelt AS
“The OAuth Security Workshop is the leading venue where experts from academia and industry join forces to discuss and harden current and future identity standards.”
— Prof. Ralf Küsters, University of Stuttgart
What is the OAuth Security Workshop?
The OAuth Security Workshop (OSW) aims to improve the security of OAuth, OpenID Connect, GNAP and related Internet protocols by facilitating a direct exchange among academic researchers, standardization group members, and industry experts.
While the standardization processes within the different standardization organizations ensure extensive reviews (both security and non-security related), further analysis by security experts from academia and industry is essential to ensure high-quality specifications. Contributions to this workshop can help to improve the security of the Web and the Internet.
OSW also serves as an independent venue for the exchange between various working groups (IETF OAuth and GNAP working groups, OpenID Foundation, etc.).
OSW 2015: The Beginning
November 2015, Darmstadt/Germany
Where everything began. Hosted by Deutsche Telekom.