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Thought Leadership
We asked a panel of experts from Condatis and Evernym what the (near) future holds for authentication.
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Last Thursday, we hosted a virtual fireside chat (watch the recording) with three leading industry experts in digital identity: CULedger’s Julie Esser, Mastercard’s Bryn Robinson-Morgan, and Evernym’s Daniel Hardman. The topic of the panel was ‘safe credentials,’ or more simply, a look at how we can architect digital portable credentials to maximize privacy, security, and...
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There’s a right way and a wrong way to do verifiable credentials (VCs). The right way maximizes choices, and therefore power, for every legitimate party in the ecosystem: large and small businesses, governments, ordinary people with modest access to tech, IoT devices… The right way is safe. It produces good accountability. It stimulates a wide...
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In a previous post, I described how verifiable credentials differ in their approach to privacy: Correlating credentials correlate their holder to a disclosed identifier, and a disclosed signature, that’s the same in every use of a given credential. Other attributes are often identical as well, but these two perfect correlators are guaranteed to be present...
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What really struck me about several conferences that I have attended recently was the increased number of speakers and questions on the subject of self-sovereign identity (SSI). Adoption and interest is increasing at pace, and new SSI initiatives like the Alberta Credential Ecosystem and LISSI are springing up around the world. Since we launched Sovrin...
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