|Name Kim Cameron||Role Computer scientist|
Kim Cameron is a Canadian computer scientist who is Microsoft's Chief Architect of Access. He is the originator of the 7 Laws of Identity, and developed the InfoCard architecture.
Cameron joined Microsoft in 1999 as part of Microsoft's ZoomIt Corp. acquisition. According to his Microsoft biography, "as VP of Technology at ZoomIt, (Cameron) invented metadirectory technology and built the first shipping product." The ZoomIt product became Microsoft Identity Integration Server.