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No Privacy Without Security

Combined Session
Friday, May 13, 2022 10:30—11:30
Location: B05

Trust is a Team Sport, and Like all Good Sports it has Rules

Trust is not just technical, and it’s not just derived from a process or an organisation. The need for Trust is also variable based on the risk involved in a transaction or the risk appetite of the service provider. Sometimes trust is almost irrelevant. Digital doesn’t make things any easier as we often have multiple parties involved in the communication of trust from issuer to holder of credentials, and on to a relying service not to mention requirements for onboarding, verification, issuance, and authentication to name but a few along the way.

Emerging standards and relentless innovation make many things better, but they also introduce challenges when we want multiple systems to work together and for trust to be largely independent of the underlying technical stacks.

To make Trust work in diverse ecosystems we need clear rules of engagement that champion the needs of all participants and clearly define their responsibilities to one another, and to the wider legal and business ecosystems they ultimately interact with. Efforts in multiple jurisdictions in both the public and private sector are developing these rule sets right now – this is what we can learn from the rise of the Trust Framework.

Trust is a Team Sport, and Like all Good Sports it has Rules
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Adam Cooper
Adam Cooper
ID Crowd
Adam is an identity standards expert, policy lead, and enterprise architect with over 30 years of experience in innovation and service transformation. Having played a leading role in the...

Privacy = Data Protection + X

Data Protection is a very basic and profound concept of translating privacy as a human right into the digital sphere. But is it enough? and are our current approaches the right ones? In this panel we will try to find answers on how we can translate privacy into the (metaverse) future.

Joni Brennan
Joni Brennan
Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada
Joni Brennan is the President of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC). Building upon 15 years of hands on experience in Identity Access Management innovations and industry...
Dr. David Chadwick
Dr. David Chadwick
Truetrust Ltd
As a Professor of Information Security at the University Kent, David Chadwick was an active researcher in identity management for nearly 30 years. His team built open source and closed source...
Adam Cooper
Adam Cooper
ID Crowd
Adam is an identity standards expert, policy lead, and enterprise architect with over 30 years of experience in innovation and service transformation. Having played a leading role in the...
Katryna Dow
Katryna Dow
Meeco
Katryna Dow is the founder and CEO of Meeco; a personal data platform that enables people to securely exchange data via the API-of-Me with the people and organisations they trust ...

Solving "The Right to be Forgotten" for Blockchains

"The Right to be Forgotten" presents a conundrum to builders of blockchain solutions, because the focus of most blockchains is to create an indelible, permanent record. This makes "The Right to be Forgotten" appear irreconcilable with blockchains. I will present a solution to "The Right to be Forgotten" that can be applied to most every blockchain, subject to governance approval by the stakeholders. The solution does not violate the integrity of the blockchain record.

Solving
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Jeff Stollman
Jeff Stollman
RMTM
Jeff Stollman, principal consultant at Rocky Mountain Technical Marketing, is a technology futurist who advises clients on the viability and strategies for exploiting new technologies. He has been...

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