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"The Right to be Forgotten" presents a conundrum to builders of blockchain solutions, because the focus of most blockchains is to create an indelible, permanent record. This makes "The Right to be Forgotten" appear irreconcilable with blockchains. I will present a solution to "The Right to be Forgotten" that can be applied to most every blockchain, subject to governance approval by the stakeholders. The solution does not violate the integrity of the blockchain record.
In talking about a "Post Platform Digital Future", it is all about a Vision, or better: mission to not let the current platform dominance grow any further and create the foundations for a pluralistic digital society & business world where size would not be the only thing that matters. To get there, we need open Standards, Protocols and Alliances that help individuals, as well as businesses of any size, to participate in a digital future inside the metaverse and beyond - just like trade unions helped the working class during the industrial revolution to fight for their rights. In this panel session, we will discuss about the enablers of such a different approach and the requirements to actually be successfull.
Our headlines and podcasts are filled with the promise of web3. Positioned as a digital utopia that will foster and reward creativity whilst righting the wrongs of data equity. This new world, fusing our physical and digital – will be more immersive, collaborative and experiential than any technology we have known. However, along with the opportunities, it is already presenting new security, identity and privacy threats.
This presentation will explore where we are on the road to the omniverse. Both the opportunities to strengthen digital rights and decentralise identity, along with the very real threats that exploit digital trust. Understanding the weaknesses provides a window into the next wave of identity and security innovation.
Mergers and acquisitions amongst large, globally-distributed organizations are notoriously complex, error-prone, and resource consuming. But did you know that merging smaller organizations comes with its own set of unique issues and risks? One year ago, Okta announced its acquisition of Auth0. Since then, the combined forces of their internal business systems teams have been working hard to bring the identity and compliance capabilities of the organizations together. The union of these two companies introduced some novel challenges- even for veteran practitioners with experience in IAM mergers at much larger organizations. In this talk Jon Lehtinen will take you on a guided tour of the Okta/Auth0 identity merger from a practitioner’s perspective, and share the learnings, the challenges, and the recommendations for other practitioners tasked with merging the IAM programs within smaller, high-growth companies.
Performing accidentally wrong or intentionally bad configuration changes by administrators, scripts or systems can lead to serious security vulnerabilities or unintentional visibility or leakage of data. This applies to on-premises systems, but especially to systems and applications in cloud environments.
With a comprehensive change auditing and reporting in hybrid environments, such critical changes and conditions can be quickly identified and remediated.
This session will deal with this topic in general and with a solution approach in particular.
Mobility-as-a-service is changing the way people move. From mobility based on driving your own car, it is converging to the consuming of various services using multiple modes of transportation. Ranging from eScooters, bicycles, ride-sharing to car-sharing, ride-hailing and public transport.
The Internet had been created without an identity layer, leaving it to websites and applications to take care for authentication, authorization, privacy and access. We all know the consequences - username and password still being the dominant paradigm and, even more important, users not having control over information that personally identifies them. The risk of data misuse, of being hacked or manipulated has become a significant challenge and and requires a new approach in times of an emerging web3 and its core capability of transferring value. Is decentralized, DLT based Identity the solution that finally will enable DeFi, NFTs and DAOs? Join this awesome keanote panel to controversially discuss this topic.