Web 3 & Metaverse
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Web 3 & Metaverse

Thursday, May 11, 2023 11:00—13:00
Location: C 01

In the metaverse and web 3, identity and security are major concerns. The metaverse is a virtual world where people can interact and engage with each other and with virtual objects and experiences. Web 3 is the next generation of the internet, which is expected to be more decentralized and focused on the use of blockchain technology.

One of the main challenges in the metaverse and web 3 is ensuring the security and privacy of user identity. In these virtual environments, users may be representing themselves with avatars or other digital identities, and it is important to ensure that these identities are secure and not vulnerable to abuse or misuse.

There are several ways to address identity and security concerns in the metaverse and web 3. One approach is to use decentralized identity systems, which rely on blockchain technology to create a secure and verifiable identity for users. Decentralized identity systems can help to protect user privacy by allowing users to control their own identity data and by using cryptographic techniques to secure it.

Another approach is to use biometric authentication, such as facial recognition or fingerprint scanning, to verify the identity of users. This can help to prevent identity theft and other types of fraud in the metaverse and web 3.

It is also important to implement strong security measures, such as encrypted communication channels and robust authentication protocols, to protect against cyber threats in the metaverse and web 3. This can help to prevent hackers from gaining access to sensitive information or disrupting virtual experiences.

Overall, ensuring the security and privacy of identity in the metaverse and web 3 is a complex and ongoing challenge that requires the use of advanced technologies and security measures to protect against a wide range of threats.

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Field of Study: Information technology

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Live (on-site attendance only)

To register for this session, go to https://www.kuppingercole.com/book/eic2023 and book a hybrid event ticket. In order to be awarded the full credit hours, you must attend the whole track on-site, which will be controlled after the Conference.
To redeem your CPE Credits please fill and send the following form: https://www.kuppingercole.com/event_cpe/eic2023
After we have checked your attendance you will receive your CPE certificate.

Kai Boschert
Kai Boschert
Kai Boschert joined KuppingerCole Analysts AG as Advisor in September 2021. Background & Education: Kai is holding a master’s degree in management and technology with focus on...
Marina Iantorno
Marina Iantorno
Marina joined KuppingerCole as a Research Analyst in April 2022. Her main areas of expertise are Business, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. Background & Education Marina holds a...



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