Avast has publicly announced its intention to be one of the first members of the OpenWallet Foundation (OWF). The OWF is the initial project of the newly created Linux Foundation Europe, an extension of the Linux Foundation, the most prominent platform to collaborate on open-source software hardware, standards, and data.
What are the objectives of the OpenWallet Foundation?
The OpenWallet Foundation has three core goals: create and maintain a solid free source engine to create top-of-the-line digital wallets and ensure interoperability between digital wallets. And three, to promote a level playing field across all sellers that sell digital wallets. The OWF community will be focused on creating an open-source application platform that other companies and organizations can use to create their wallets. The wallets will be able to support many different use instances, from identity to digital keys, all with the goal of being feature-compliant with every digital wallet currently available.
Protecting digital freedom is at the core of Avast key mission. Collaboration, interoperability, and open ecosystems are essential to the digital future we envision, especially in the digital identity space. It is a great opportunity to join this community from the start to positively influence the security and privacy of the OpenWallet Foundation and the open-source software it creates. Avast is proud to be one of the founders of the OpenWallet Foundation,” said Drummond Reed, Director of Trust Services at Avast, a NortonLifeLock company.
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Avast is also pleased to be a member of Linux Foundation Europe to support the goal of encouraging European collaborative and innovative open-source projects. The organization’s mission is to facilitate collaboration that addresses the needs and opportunities of all European groups, from individuals to the public and private sectors. This is something that Avast has believed in since its founding thirty years ago.
“We are delighted to have Avast backing the launch of Linux Foundation Europe and the intention to establish an organization called the OpenWallet Foundation. Collaboration is essential to overcome the opportunities and challenges facing the public sector as well as private sector European constituents,” said Gabriele Columbro, General Manager of Linux Foundation Europe.
“Becoming an official part of the Linux Foundation Europe represents the next step in our dedication to safeguarding digital freedom and developing open-source ecosystems. We are looking forward to working with other European organizations and consortia to help Europe be a leader in the world on matters such as privacy, data security digital wallets, as well as digital trust infrastructures,” said Andy Tobin, Commercial Director Europe in charge of Digital Trust Services, at Avast which is a brand owned by NortonLifeLock.
For more information about the project and how to participate in this work, please visit the avast antivirus licence key.
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