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Where: This event is taking place online. After the registration, you will receive the link to join the online session, via your email.
When: 25th of February 2022
About the event
Are you looking for identity solutions that improve the interaction between citizens and organisation, reducing administrative overhead and delays, while also satisfying high privacy, security and trust standards? Are you curious about the capabilities of state-of-the-art solutions in this area?
The European NGI eSSIF-Lab programme has been providing grants to stimulate the development of a European Self-Sovereign-Identity (SSI) ecosystem. Subgrantees are developing SSI (open-source) components, products and services: some generic (wallet infrastructure, trust infrastructure, SSI libraries) and other sector-specific (eHealth, eGovernment, education). Example applications are identification of roaming medical staff, digital certificates of conduct and digital diplomas. Subgrantee projects demonstrate interoperability between the different solutions, integration of components into larger solutions, and contribution to (pre)standardisation in ToIP, DIF, W3C and OIDC.
This workshop features six eSSIF-Lab subgrantees, who will provide you with live demos of their solutions as well as insight into how these can be applied to solve real-world problems.
16:05 eSSIF-Lab – Building an SSI ecosystem together
Oskar van Deventer, TNO, Scientific Coordinator of eSSIF-Lab
16:20 WordPreSSI – WordPress plugin that eliminates username-password logins
Fabio Lecca, Associazione Blockchain Italia
16:35 Automated Data Agreements – Making data transactions trustworthy, auditable and immutable
Lal Chandran, iGrant.io
16:50 Walt-ID – Universal SSI Wallet Infrastructure for Europe
Dominique Beron, Walt.ID
17:20 Presentation Exchange – Query any credential from any SSI wallet
Niels Klomp, Sphereon
17:35 Verifier Universal Interface – Standard APIs for credential verification
Irene Hernandez, Gataca
This event is free and open to all stakeholders.