FINOLAB, Otematchi Bldg 4F,
Otematchi 1-6-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0004, Japan
The nearest gate is "Otemachi 2 chome Gate" of Marunouchi Line. The gate is near A5 Exit. Note that Otemachi Station is large and Otemachi Building is far from Mita Line and Tozai Line.
Level39, One Canada Square,
Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB, UK
Canary Wharf Station
Unit GA-00-SZ-L1-RT-201, Level 1, Gate Avenue – South Zone, Dubai International Financial Center, Dubai, UAE
Author of “OAuth 2 in Action”, OAuth/OIDC spec writer, lead developer of MITREid Connect
Nat Sakimura is the representative partner of NAT Consulting. Besides being an author/editor of such widely used standards as OpenID Connect, FAPI, JWT (RFC7519), JWS (RFC7515), OAuth PKCE (RFC7636) ISO/IEC 29184, ISO/IEC 29100 Amd.1, he helps communities to organize themselves to realize the ideas around identity and privacy. As the chairman of the board of the OpenID Foundation, he streamlined the process, bolstered the IPR management, and greatly expanded the breadth of the Foundation spanning over 10 working groups whose members include large internet services, mobile operators, financial institutions, governments, etc. He is also active in public policy space. He has been serving in various committees in the Japanese government including Study Group on the Platform Services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications and Study Group on the competition in Digital Market of the Fair Trade Commission of Japan.
Fernando Luis Vázquez Cao is an open-source software industry veteran with over twenty years’ experience across technology innovation and governance, capital markets and digital assets and holds unparalleled knowledge of the Asian financial services sector from both a business and technical perspective. He is currently CEO of SBI Digital Asset Holdings, part of the TSE-listed financial conglomerate SBI Group. Fernando’s career began in academia where he first became deeply involved with the budding Linux community. This led him to the corporate world with a number of roles at the NTT Group, eventually becoming a founding member and technical director of NTT’s Open Source Software Center, where he built a team that made major contributions to open source projects that underpin modern cloud and Internet services.