The specification, intended for developers of systems that use threshold sharing schemes in an interoperable manner, enters the 60-day public review that precedes the call for consent as an OASIS Standard
OASIS and the Security Algorithms and Methods (SAM) TC TC  are pleased to announce that SAM Threshold Sharing Schemes Version 1.0 is available for public review and comment.
The SAM Threshold Sharing Scheme specification is intended for developers and architects designing systems and applications that utilize threshold sharing schemes in an interoperable manner.
The TC received 3 Statements of Use from from Cryptsoft, Fornetix, and NetApp .
The candidate specification and related files are available here:
SAM Threshold Sharing Schemes Version 1.0
Committee Specification 03
14 October 2021
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Public Review Period
The 60-day public review starts 21 December 2021 at 00:00 UTC and ends 18 February 2022 at 23:59 UTC.
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 Security Algorithms and Methods (SAM) TC
 Approval ballot:
 Statements of Use: