Sri Lanka's Digital ID Program (National ID Implementation based on MOSIP)
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Sri Lanka's Digital ID Program (National ID Implementation based on MOSIP)

Combined Session
Friday, May 12, 2023 10:30—11:30
Location: B 09

Sri Lanka's Digital ID Program (National ID Implementation based on MOSIP)

Sri Lanka has successfully implemented a Digital ID POC based on the MOSIP platform.

Integration of all the platform components, from identity authentication to authentication services, to create an effective and efficient system with live use-cases.

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Dasun Hegoda
Dasun Hegoda
ICTA
Dasun is specialized in Enterprise Application Development (EAD) with many years of industry experience in the field of IT and the digital arena. After years of experience in different roles, he...

GAIN in 2023 - and Beyond

This session will share how the concept of a Global Assured Identity Network (GAIN) has evolved since 155 identity experts proposed it in 2021. It summarizes a recent paper by the non-profits that guide the GAIN vision.

GAIN remains a call for collaboration toward globally interoperable identity assurance at-scale - a purpose that underpins the goals of governments, intergovernmental agencies, and private industry. It has inspired multiple working groups and continues to unite six non-profits - even (and especially) as the technical and policy landscape evolves to include emerging standards (e.g. MDLs, DIDs, VCs) and regulation (e.g. eIDAS 2.0).

This talk reflects on GAIN's relevance in today’s landscape and shares progress. It includes a deep dive into the technical community group at the OpenID Foundation, which has built a prototype that demonstrates cross-network trust and high-assurance identity data exchange. It now turns its attention to digital wallets, verifiable credentials, legal entity identifiers, and government-issued IDs.

It also reviews forward-thinking policy work by the Open Identity Exchange, which paves the way for Smart Digital IDs. Their Global Policy Metadata Framework proposes the standard publication of policy characteristics. In this world, policy metadata is shared between each trust framework through trusted wallets.

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Elizabeth Garber
Elizabeth Garber
OpenID Foundation
Elizabeth Garber is co-founder and Chief Product Officer of IDPartner, a startup that puts people in control of their digital identities. Her background includes leading the Open Digital Trust...
Nick Mothershaw
Nick Mothershaw
The Open Identity Exchange
Nick is Chief Identity Strategist at the Open Identity Exchange, a community for all those involved in the ID sector to connect and collaborate. Together we develop the guidance needed for...

Pros & Cons of Anonymity and ZKP - Do we Know Them?

Within the digital identity wallet-movement (and especially SSI), there is a lot of focus on proving something about yourself, without revealing anything else, also known as ZKP (Zero-Knowledge Proof). It is important to realize that if we build this into the future identity systems, we will also grant any criminal the right to full anonymity.
While there are some marginal use cases (buying beer and adult materials) where we might want this, using ZKP also excludes accountability, unless there is a way to reveal the identity behind the proof. This would then be pseudonymity, and the challenge here, is who is authorized to reveal this, and how to prevent mis-use.

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John Erik Setsaas
John Erik Setsaas
Tietoevry Banking
With over 25 years’ experience in digital identity, John Erik Setsaas is a pioneer in this space. He is a prolific speaker at fintech industry events around the world including Money20/20...

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