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EUDI Wallet Use Cases

EUDI Wallet Use Cases

Combined Session
Wednesday, June 05, 2024 15:30—16:30

A Practical Guide for EUDI-Wallet Use Case Implementation for Organisations
15:30—15:50
 

In this presentation you will be introduced to a step-by-step guide on how your organisation can implement use cases with EUDI-Wallets. You will be provided with tangible recommendations based on years of experience of implementing ID-Wallet use cases gathered by the Lissi Team. Goal of the session will be that you not only know how to approach the topic from a strategic angle, but also have concrete next steps on how to move forward to get your organisation eIDAS ready. 

Adrian Doerk
Co-Founder
Lissi
With over a decade of expertise in digital wallets, specializing in the European digital identity wallet (EUDI-Wallet) under eIDAS 2.0 regulation, I create innovative solutions that enhance...
Business Models for Decentralised Identity & EUDIW
15:50—16:10
 

The success of decentralised digital identity is dependent on a solid, self-sustaining, privacy-friendly business model. The more credentials will be available, the more use-cases will be generated. Making available verified and reusable data will act as a flywheel to both the uptake among end-users and the adoption among service providers. After all, the more credentials, the more use-cases, the higher the value for all users. However, to make available credentials, organisations need to be rewarded. Most credentials under discussion today can be issued by (semi-)governmental organisations, such as a mobile drivers license, social security cards, diploma's, or professional attestations. Making available this data is typically a public task. Private sector organisations, however, will not be so keen to make available data. They have gone through costly, cumbersome procedures to verify user data, for example for KYC purposes. They will want to see a reward for making available this data, as well as assurances on liability for further use.

This talk will discuss possible business models for decentralised identity and the European Digital Identity Wallet (EUDIW) in particular, for the different roles involved such as attribute providers, wallet providers, and relying parties. We will look at examples from existing implementations, and compare what works - and what does not. We consider monetisation models, governance, and prerequisities. This presentation will lead to options and scenarios that may provide input to the architectural reference framework (ARF) and EUDIW implementation.

Joran Frik
Senior Manager
Deloitte
Joran is a Senior Manager in Deloitte’s Digital Identity team with over 9 years of experience. He specializes in digital identity from a strategic perspective, with a passion for citizen and...
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16:10—16:30
 
Marie Austenaa
Head of Digital Identity
Visa Europe
Marie Austenaa, Head of Digital Identity at Visa Europe and Board Chair of the Open Wallet Foundation at the Linux Foundation, is a highly experienced speaker and expert in digital identity and...
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