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Common Schemas; SIDI Hub

Common Schemas; SIDI Hub

Combined Session
Thursday, June 06, 2024 15:30—16:30

Reusable Identity and Bootstrapping Decentralized Identity Ecosystems

This Panel Session will discuss approaches to “reusable identity”, the catchphrase for streamlining onboarding, using Decentralized Identity standards. Discussion will cover the goals and requirements, production deployments, and work in the OASIS “Lightweight Verifiable Credential Schema and Process” Technical Committee to develop common schemas.


Dr. Abbie Barbir
Co-founder and Board member
ADIA and FIDO Alliance
Abbie Barbir serves as a Senior Security Advisor in the areas of identity management, mobile devices and authentication. Abbie has extensive experience in identity and access management. Abbie is...
Kim Hamilton Duffy
Executive Director
Decentralized Identity Foundation
Kim Hamilton Duffy is Executive Director of Decentralized Identity Foundation. She is passionate about creating innovative and human-centered solutions that unlock new opportunities for individuals...
Riley Hughes
Riley is a leader in the self-sovereign identity (SSI) community. As the second employee hired at the Sovrin Foundation, Riley established and led several teams. He started Trinsic to...
Prepare for G20 with this Digital Identity Sprint & Interactive Survey by SIDI Hub

UN Strategic Development Goal 16.9 is to bring identity to 8 Billion people… what about enabling 8 billion people to have access to Digital Identity? How can we ensure digital identities are interoperable across borders? What do we need the G20 to do to help accelerate the work already underway?

This MasterClass is will engage in these questions and more in the context of the Sustainable & Interoperable Digital Identity (SIDI Hub) effort “to define what we need to achieve global interoperability for digital identity.” The SIDI Hub builds upon the OECD Recommendations on the Governance of Digital Identity (38 country adherents), and the “Human-Centric Digital Identity” whitepaper (cobranded by 13 non-profits). The first SIDI Summit was held last November, and convened experts from 21 non-profits, 22 countries, and 4 multilateral organizations (OECD, UN, World Bank, EU), to discuss whether to pursue interoperable digital identity, and if so how to achieve it? The findings of the first event were clear… 92% of attendees agreeing to continue the work in 2024, and the group achieved initial consensus on the tactics that can help the global community achieve digital identity interoperability in practice.

During the MasterClass, participants will be asked to take part in an interactive survey. This data will be used to inform the SIDI Hub approach in 2024, and the G20 discussions.

Gail Hodges
Executive Director
OpenID Foundation
The OpenID Foundation is a non-profit global standards body that seeks to help people assert their identity wherever they choose by leading the global community in creating identity standards that...
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