Beyond the Ledger: Data Management Reinvented with Blockchain and Zero-Knowledge Proof - INATBA
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Beyond the Ledger: Data Management Reinvented with Blockchain and Zero-Knowledge Proof

The discussion will delve into the potential of blockchain to revolutionize data management and ensure data integrity. Our panelists will examine how blockchain technology can be harnessed to create tamper-resistant and transparent data ecosystems. From supply chain management to financial records, they will discuss how blockchain’s distributed ledger can enhance data trustworthiness while mitigating the risks of data manipulation.

The panel will shed light on the practical applications of Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) technology. By providing concrete examples in domains such as healthcare, digital credentials, and national land registries, our experts will illustrate how ZKP can enable data sharing without revealing sensitive information. These real-world use cases highlight the transformative power of ZKP in ensuring privacy while maintaining data verifiability.

Join us for this enlightening session, where industry thought leaders will provide insights into how blockchain and Zero-Knowledge Proof are reshaping data management, ensuring data integrity, and unlocking innovative solutions across various sectors.

Date

Sep 20 2023
Expired!

Time

09:30 - 10:30

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Sep 20 2023
  • Time: 03:30 - 04:30

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Panel Discussion

Location

INATBA Online Conference Room

Organizer

INATBA Executive Office
INATBA Executive Office

Other Organizers

EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum
EU Blockchain Observatory & Forum
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Speakers

  • Wiktor Pinkwart
    Wiktor Pinkwart
    Senior Compliance Officer | token.com

    Wiktor is the Co-Chair of INATBA’s Privacy Working Group. In his mandate he concentrates on a few critical issues: finding common grounds between the GDPR and blockchain technology, ensuring privacy in the context of central bank digital currencies (CBDC), use of Zero-Knowledge Proof technology for the digital identities, and supporting initiatives for data sovereignty.

  • Duncan Johnston-Watt
    Duncan Johnston-Watt
    CEO & Co-Founder | BTP
  • Wendy Charles
    Wendy Charles
    Chief Scientific Officer | BurstIQ

    Dr. Wendy Charles serves as Chief Regulatory and Compliance Officer for Equideum Health, a digital health transformation company specializing in blockchain and AI. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the University of Colorado Denver and the University of Denver, where she teaches Health Information Technology and blockchain. Dr. Charles also serves on the European
    Union Blockchain Observatory and Forum Expert Panel, HIMSS Blockchain Task Force, Government Blockchain Association healthcare group, and IEEE Blockchain standards working groups. Last, she is an assistant editor and reviewer for two academic blockchain journals. Dr. Charles obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Science with a specialty in Health Information Technology from the University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus. She is certified as an IRB Professional, Clinical Research Professional, and Blockchain Professional.

  • Kristina Livitckaia
    Kristina Livitckaia
    R&D Project Manager | CERTH

    Dr Kristina Livitckaia is a postdoctoral researcher & R&D manager at the Information Technologies Institute/Centre for Research and Technologies Hellas (CERTH/ITI). Dr Livitckaia earned her PhD from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, an MSc in Computer Science (eHealth), Norway, MSc in Economics, and is certified as a Project Manager (Prince2). Kristina has experience working in academia, industry, and R&D facility in several European countries for the past ten years, from project and product management to the execution of scientific work. Her research interests involve a multidisciplinary blend of emerging technologies (i.e., IoT, DLT, AI/ML, etc.) applied the emerging domains, including healthcare, safety, etc.

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