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Balancing Authentication & Privacy

Balancing Authentication & Privacy

Combined Session
Thursday, June 06, 2024 12:00—13:00
Location: A 03-04
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Open Wallet Foundation (OWF) Guide to Safe Digital Wallet Selection
12:00—12:20

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Digital Wallets put the holder in control of their digital assets (e.g., identity information, financial instruments, other tokenized assets) and can provide a means to verify holder identity claims. Unless they are implemented carefully, they can open new vulnerabilities, or "back-doors" for undesirable surveillance, profiling, fraud, and the active correlation of users.

Members of the Open Wallet Foundation (OWF) created a guide and an accompanying scoring template to provide a way for analysts to create simple and easy-to-understand comparisons of the safety features of different digital wallets that can be appreciated by non-experts.

Juliana and Dan will present the key elements of the OWF Safe Wallet Guide in this session.

Daniel Bachenheimer
Digital Identity Innovations Technical Lead
Accenture
Daniel Bachenheimer, an Electrical Engineer by training, is Accenture’s Digital Identity Innovations technical lead and has been designing and delivering solutions for various clients for...
Juliana Cafik
Identity Standards Architect
Microsoft
Juliana shows 27+ years of Architecting & Implementing Solutions & Products for Financial Services to enable non-repudiation, security and compliance including PCI DSS, EMV, KYC, NFC,...
Combining High Privacy, Security and Versatility, Tapping the [Q]eAA Potential for EUDI Wallet Payment Interactions
12:20—12:40

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EUDI wallets will allow the storage and transfer to relying parties of Person Identification Data (PID) but also of electronically attested attributes (eAAs) that can play a critical role in securing digital interactions, both online and offline, especially when issued as qualified trust services (QEAAs).

The presentation will consider the potential of atomic [Q]eAAs within the context of payment transactions and discuss in particular the role they could play for the purpose of combining identity, status and payment attributes into seamless and secure EUDI wallet communications. Using standard PKI protocols, [Q]eAAs can greatly enhance the security of payment messages, combat payment fraud and support AML requirements but also comply with data minimisation requirements.

Beyond EUDI wallets, it should be of interest to anyone interested in digital wallets, electronic signature processes as well as digital finance use cases, including the digital euro and other CBDCs.

Michael Adams
Founder
Quali-Sign
Michael Adams is the founder of Quali-Sign Ltd, which has built a mobile wallet prototype for Qualified Electronic Signatures, e-ID, SCA and CBDC. Michael is a member of the Bank of England CBDC...
St├ęphane Mouy
President
SGM Consulting
Stéphane MOUY is the founder and president of SGM Consulting, a digital transition consultancy focusing on digital identity, e-trust services and eKYC processes for the financial services...
Scaling eIDAS 2.0 Wallets: The Secure Element Problem
12:40—13:00

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The current approach for wallet and decentralized identities is not eIDAS 2.0 high compliant.

In this talk we explore, what the current approaches are, what goes wrong and what we can do about it.

After this session you will be a eIDAS 2.0 wallet expert.

Boris Goranov
CEO
Ubiqu
Boris Goranov is involved in security since 1999, as a white hack hacker , hacking smart cards at The TNO Institute. He holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the Delft...
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