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Multi-Stakeholder Cross-Border Reusable/Decentralized Identity

Multi-Stakeholder Cross-Border Reusable/Decentralized Identity

Combined Session
Wednesday, June 05, 2024 11:00—12:00
Location: B 09
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The continued growth in global trade and e-commerce, remote working and travel means that global interoperability is front of mind for public and private sector organisations looking to provide privacy and convenience to their citizens and customers. This session will examine the three major considerations for achieving this important cross-border interoperability.

The in-depth presentations are based on the findings and exploration of an international working group spear headed by DNP, the multinational pioneering a new identity network for Japan and beyond. DNP brings 150 years of innovation through combining their unique technologies cultivated from the print industry together with the strengths of partners to forge new opportunities, reduce emissions, and create a more vibrant world for all.

 Each focus area under consideration will describe the problem to be solved, the solution that the working group adopted and the rationale for the adopted approach across:

Governance – different digital ID schemes have specific rules determining who can participate in the network and the obligations on those participants. The session will explore the key points required to ensure that global participants have confidence in the system.

Technical interoperability – it is important that a credential issued by an organisation in one country can be verified by an organisation in another country. The session will take a deep dive in the options and choices made to ensure technical interoperability, including the design and operation of a conformance service.

Commercial – compensation for service providers delivering the infrastructure is a key part of the commercialisation model. The session will compare the different models and outline how international alignment can be achieved.

The session will include the opportunity for the audience to ask the presenters questions about the choices and challenges along the way.

Katryna Dow
CEO & Founder
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 ...
Olaf Grewe
Product Lead Digital Identity & Access
National Australia Bank
Olaf Grewe has been in and around the identity space for a little under a decade. His overall attitude is best described as a kid in a candy store with so many problems to solve, incredibly...
Rintaro Okamoto
Team Leader of Business Development for Digital Identity
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd (DNP)
Rintaro is the Head of Business Development for Decentralized Identity at DNP. He started new product development in 2019, while engaging in client consulting around digital transformation....
Takuya Omura
Managing Director of the Business Development Office
MUFG group
Takuya Omura, is the Managing Director of the Business Development Office, part of the Corporate Planning Division, for the MUFG group in Japan, and holds a BA in Political Science from Gakushuin...
Dima Postnikov
Head of Identity Strategy and Architecture
Experienced Identity Architect focusing on anything identity, privacy, trust ecosystems design and identity standards development. 
Jan Vereeken
Chief Product Officer
Jan is the Chief Product Officer at Meeco where he is heading the development of Meeco’s Secure Value Exchange (SVX) platform; which enables enterprise partners to deploy and operate trusted...
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