BeDays 2019 - Day 1

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE:  Wednesday, September 18, 2019     START TIME: 08:00  
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Check-in & Registration

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 08:00-16:00

Check-in & Registration

Welcome Coffee & Networking

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 08:30-09:00

Welcome Coffee & Networking

Perfect Solution Is Looking for a Problem: Real Life Distributed Ledger Use Cases for the Enterprise

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 09:00-09:20

Perfect Solution Is Looking for a Problem: Real Life Distributed Ledger Use Cases for the Enterprise
Matthias Reinwarth, KuppingerCole

Whenever the blockchain is just another among several solutions for a task, it is probably not the proper solution. Using a blockchain solution can deliver great potential under certain conditions. Identifying the right application area for distributed ledger technologies is therefore one of the core challenges.  Certain framework conditions define a range of categories of technical and organizational tasks:  Decentralized, trustworthy networks, enduring traceability and the...

Applications in Capital Markets, Cash-on-Ledger and Identity Management

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 09:20-09:40

Applications in Capital Markets, Cash-on-Ledger and Identity Management
Sebastian Kraft, Commerzbank AG

In this keynote you will learn about the insights into Commerzbank’s DLT Lab. You will have a deeper look at Commerzbank’s fully digital securities issuance on blockchain and get an introduction of Commerzbank’s self-sovereign identity prototype.

BaaF - Blockchain as a Feature

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 09:40-10:00

BaaF - Blockchain as a Feature
Jan Schmid, esentri AG

Blockchain will disrupt and save the world - yeah, heard it all. But first, in an enterprise reality, Blockchain technology has to be integrated into and extend existing software solutions. Hence, it is just yet another new technology feature with the goal to generate business value. But still, the concepts of distributed ledger and smart contracts bring significant advantages to traditional software development and systems. In conclusion, Blockchain technologies can make life easier for...

Coffee & Networking

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 10:00-11:00

Coffee & Networking

Enhancing Customer Relationships with Self-Sovereign Identity

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 11:00-12:00

Enhancing Customer Relationships with Self-Sovereign Identity
Andrew Tobin, Evernym

Imagine a world where every organisation has a direct, secure and private connection with every single one of their customers. Where every new customer can be securely onboarded and can checkout with one click in seconds. This is what self-sovereign identity is delivering. It's far more than a way to identify yourself. It enables a completely new type of digital relationship to be formed between people, organisations and things. Relationships that are...

Digital Identity Services for Citizens & Enterprises
Oliver Naegele, Blockchain-Helix

Oliver Naegele will explain how a trusted and secure digital economy and society can be achieved by establishing a blockchain based Digital identity Service.  Using the example of HELIX ID, he will cover the following aspects: • sustainable Digital Identity - established trust within the ecosystem • KYC (Know-Your-Customer) and AML (Anti-Money Laundering) checks • GDPR compliance and dealing with private data • Single Sign On functionality

Self-Sovereign Identity for Sovereign Enterprises

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 12:00-13:00

Self-Sovereign Identity for Sovereign Enterprises
Oliver Terbu, ConsenSys

There are many problems with the current state of identity systems. Digital identity is fragmented and siloed between various service providers, prohibiting a holistic view, and delivering poor user experience necessitating repetitive registrations and logins with usernames and passwords. Identity federation and SSO helped by eliminating some of the problems but the recent Facebook exploit demonstrated that user data is at constant risk if data was stored on central servers. Self-Sovereign...

Introduction to Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs)
Markus Sabadello, Danube Tech

There is broad consensus across the digital identity community that in order to build a self-sovereign identity architecture, we need to start with a new type of identifier that can be created, updated, and revoked by an entity without any intermediary or central authority. Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) fulfill this requirement - they are fully under the control of the subject that the DID refers to. DIDs are stored in blockchains or other decentralized systems, and they form the basis...

Lunch Break

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 13:00-14:00

Lunch Break

Do People Really Want to Be in Charge of Their Identity?

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 14:00-15:00

Do People Really Want to Be in Charge of Their Identity?
John Erik Setsaas, Signicat AS

Shared Ledger Technology is increasingly mature, but remains a relatively under-deployed technology in the digital identity space. The emergence of self-sovereign identity approaches, underpinned and powered by shared ledgers, offer new and exciting solutions to establishing digital identities. As both technologies gain greater mainstream focus, will the combination of the two approaches unlock genuinely consumer-focused identity solution? Moving away from large centrally managed...

Panel - Blockchain & Decentralized Identity for Digital Enterprise
John Erik Setsaas, Signicat AS • Oliver Naegele, Blockchain-Helix • Andrew Tobin, Evernym • Oliver Terbu, ConsenSys

Managing digital identities and being in control of your own data, sharing it only when necessary and as much as necessary seems to be impossible through traditional centralized identity management models.  Blockchain technology is promising to solve this challenge by providing a decentralized approach which offers the challenge of digital identities more control and security. Blockchain makes Self Sovereign Identities (SSIs) possible. Such concepts and a number of commercial...

Emerging Best Compliance Practices for Cryptocurrency Industries That Can You Secure Partnerships with Traditional Financial Institutions

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 15:00-16:00

Emerging Best Compliance Practices for Cryptocurrency Industries That Can You Secure Partnerships with Traditional Financial Institutions
Yana Afanasieva, Competitive Compliance


Panel - Blockchain & KYC: From Hype to Real Applications
Yana Afanasieva, Competitive Compliance • Robert Engmann, Authenteq • Roman Stammes, Commerzbank AG • Paul Allen Hamilton, AML Knowledge Centre

Millions of dollars and countless business hours are being spent on Know Your Customer (KYC) process by banks every year. These costs are increasing due to AML requirements. Blockchain technology can be utilized to ease this process by offering banks and FinTechs transmissible digital identities, saving time and money. Blockchain technology can improve data quality and result in better governance. There has been a buzz about KYC and blockchain for some time now but actual large scale...

Coffee & Networking

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 16:00-16:40

Coffee & Networking

Demonstration of a Use-Case for Tracking a Supply Chain in the Garment Sector by Using the Blockchain Technology

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 16:40-17:00

Demonstration of a Use-Case for Tracking a Supply Chain in the Garment Sector by Using the Blockchain Technology
Ansgar Lohmann, KiK Textilien und Non-Food GmbH • Anja Wilde, evan GmbH

In the past, various CSR quality seals have been introduced and compliance with them is regularly audited by the respective clients. Since suppliers are not published for reasons of procurement strategy, supply networks are currently without transparency. In order to check compliance with CSR standards, a large number of audits are carried out at each individual supplier, for which each brand is responsible. The consequences are high audit costs for the brands and a heavy burden on the...

Blockchain – Automating the Supply Chain

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 Time: 17:00-17:20

Blockchain – Automating the Supply Chain
Dr. Ulrich Franke, Institute for Supply Chain Security GmbH

High IT-Security enables Smart Contracts between Supply Chain Actors IOT’s along the supply chains trigger Smart Contracts A combination of digital technologies, such as IOT, AI and Blockchain create Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAO) Supply Chain DAO’s will reduce supply chain costs dramatically


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