Blockchain Identity & Security

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, May 11, 2016     START TIME: 11:00    LOCATION:  CHIEMSEE
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Blockchain, Identity, Cybersecurity: Revisiting Risk Management in a Post-Privacy Age of Trustless Distributed Systems

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 11:00-12:00

Blockchain, Identity, Cybersecurity: Revisiting Risk Management in a Post-Privacy Age of Trustless Distributed Systems
Ivan Niccolai, KuppingerCole

Unlike other technological revolutions, this horizontal, peer-to-peer nature of the blockchain will have a direct impact on non-technological governance and societal factors. How is trust established without trusted third parties? Although it is not possible to offer a prediction of how distributed ledger technology with change society, the assertion that new and publically-accessible technology such as the internet, file sharing and social networks would empower individuals and lead to a...

Blockchain – a New Compliance Paradigm?
Sebastien Meunier, Chappuis Halder & Co.

One of the most promising use-case for distributed ledgers in financial services is the implementation of compliance and risk management solutions. In this session, we will analyze how the blockchain technology can be used to build trusted registries of identity and ‘know your customer’ data about individuals or companies, with concrete examples. We will also highlight the difficulties of such approaches and discuss the possible scenarios of evolution in this domain.

Permissioned vs. Permissionless, Private vs. Public, Decentralized vs. Distributed - Comparing Blockchain Concepts and their Governance Models

Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 Time: 12:00-13:00

Permissioned vs. Permissionless, Private vs. Public, Decentralized vs. Distributed - Comparing Blockchain Concepts and their Governance Models
Drummond Reed, Evernym • Bram Neuteboom, Qiy Foundation • Ivan Niccolai, KuppingerCole • Timothy Ruff, Evernym • Jason Law, Evernym


Blockchain Identity
Timothy Ruff, Evernym

In this session you will learn how blockchain is relevant for internal and external users, how it can interface with existing systems, and how it allows users to truly own their identities (and the implications).

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