Balancing User Experience, Privacy, and Security

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Tuesday, October 30, 2018     START TIME: 10:30  
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'Identity Assurance by Our Own Volition' as against '1984-like Dystopia Brought by Passwordless/Volitionless Authentications' - Proposing Secure, Stress-free and Democracy-Compatible Expanded Password System

Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Time: 10:30-11:30

'Identity Assurance by Our Own Volition' as against '1984-like Dystopia Brought by Passwordless/Volitionless Authentications' - Proposing Secure, Stress-free and Democracy-Compatible Expanded Password System
Hitoshi Kokumai, Mnemonic Security, Inc.

Passwords, though unloved, are absolutely necessary for its own sake and self-sovereign identity as well as for multi-factors, SSOs and biometrics. Expanded Password System that accepts both images and texts could make the authentication intuitive, stress free and yet secure. Active discussions have begun at OASIS.

Panel: What Consumers Want from CIAM?
Martin Sandren, Nixu • Katryna Dow, Meeco • Christian Goy, Behavioral Science Lab

We've heard about the technical capabilities that CIAM solutions have to offer, and about the business and regulatory drivers in the field. But what do consumers want? In this session, we'll hear the perspective of end-user companies regarding their digital identities. What are the top concerns of the customers? What are the features they like and dislike? 

Bringing Opposing Sides Together: Using Blockchain-Based KYC to Improve Customer Experience and Compliance Simultaneously

Date: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Time: 11:30-12:30

Bringing Opposing Sides Together: Using Blockchain-Based KYC to Improve Customer Experience and Compliance Simultaneously
Didier Collin de Casaubon, Pikcio (formerly MatchUpBox)


Identity for a Connected World
Guy Davies, Blockpass UK

  In this session, we will examine use of blockchain tech and smart contracts How the blockchain can support identity verification of humans (KYC), objects (KYO) and connected devices (KYD) Building a platform-as-a-service offering shared regulatory compliance services for humans, companies, objects, and devices.  Enabling development of new apps that need trusted connections between human, corporate, and device identities

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