(C)IAM Standardisation Trends
- TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 TIME: 11:00-12:00 LOCATION: AMMERSEE II
EIC 18 Elephant Round on Standards Trends & Developments
This session will provide you with insight on current global standardisation trends around identity and privacy. A short series of brief overviews will be followed by an extended panel session.
Andrew Hughes: Fresh Insights - Identity and Privacy Standards Work at ISO
A short orverview on what ISO is doing in the area of Identity and Privacy.
Most conference presentations about open standards cover technology and protocol interoperability standards. Believe it or not, there are standards that cover process and practices!
The ISO SC 27 working group 5 on Identity Management and Privacy currently has a very full schedule of work on Identity and Privacy standards – experts from National Body standards organizations met in Wuhan, China in April to decide on the scope of work on new or updates to ISO standards for Identity management and Privacy.
Some of the current work: ISO standards will be updated to incorporate new material from the recently-published NIST SP 800-63-3; updated models for identity assurance; new approaches to incorporate identity-related risk in risk analysis.
Colin Wallis: Navigating Through 2018's Regulatory Minefield
How to choose the right open standards and specifications
Businesses operating digital channels are now laden with compliance requirements arising from regulation to such an extent that the costs of doing business digitally can threaten the viability of some product lines, if not the whole channel itself. Open standards, specifications and the extent and level of support services that underpin them can offer a cost effective way to mitigate these business risks - but only if you choose the right ones. Open standards and specifications are not a 'one size fits all' treatment in order to verify identity, manage consent, handle personal data & preferences, and deal with seemingly unsolvable problems with delegated authority technology. Learn how to strategically evaluate standards and specifications, not only to gain traction on tactical compliance requirmeents but also to gain strategic and marketing side benefits.
Markus Sabadello: Decentralized Identity (Blockchain ID) Standardization Efforts
Identity is and will be a core use case for the blockchain. Or, the other way round: Today´s and future requirements of Identity Management, wether it was for employees, consumers, patients or cisitzens, need blockchain technologies to succeed. Markus will give a short overview on a still very young and immature landscape and upcoming standardization trends.
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- Contact person:
Mr. Levent Kara
+49 211 23707710
- May 15 - 18, 2018 Munich, Germany