Working Group Identity - INATBA
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Other Working GroupsThe Identity Working Group aims at facilitating the exchange of ideas,
best practices and domain specific knowledge between the digital identity
and blockchain communities, researchers, governments and international institutions.
IdentityWORKING GROUPSWORKING GROUPSIdentityThe Identity Working Group aims at facilitating
the exchange of ideas, best practices and domain
specific knowledge between the digital identity
and blockchain communities, researchers, governments
and international institutions.
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Purpose

Graeme Hampton

AMLBot

Graeme Hampton

Co-Chair
Eike Hass

IOTA Foundation

Eike Hass

Co-Chair

The Identity Working Group aims at facilitating the exchange of ideas, best practices and domain-specific knowledge between the digital identity and blockchain communities, including researchers, governments and international institutions. The Working Group supports and fosters the creation of an identity ecosystem for interoperable, trusted blockchain services. This will be achieved by providing compliance and foundational layers for the governance and interoperability of identity systems that can be used in blockchain applications.

 

Objectives

The Working Group has selected five objectives around which it will carry out its annual work:

 Creating a positioning on how trust is defined in decentralized identity and how trust in SSI services can be evaluated/assessed in the different parts of the world
• Fostering dialogue with the EU policymakers and decision-makers around the topic of eIDAS and the upcoming EU Digital ID
• Organise and run workshops focused on interoperability with stakeholders from projects such as DHS Silicon Valley Innovation Program, EBSI-ESSIF, ESSIF-Lab, Canadian SSI projects, ToIP, etc.
• Collaborate with the INATBA standardisation committee with a focus on ‘ISO TC 307’, ‘ITUT’ and ‘CEN-CENELEC’ to coordinate on projects and documents.

Outputs

Open Letter for the preservation of the Electronic Ledger's provisions in eIDAS 2

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Policy position on the European Digital Identity Framework (eIDAS)

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Event: Industry views on solutions for eID in Europe

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Mobile Driver's Licence (mDL) and Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) comparison

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Position paper: Decentralised Identity: What's at Stake?

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Why is it essential?

Identity plays an essential role for trusted blockchain applications. It is needed to create a collaborative context with a high level of transparency to encourage honest and good players to provide business value-added functions and supports governance and interoperability.