Decentralized Identity and Verifiable Credentials
A paradigm shift is upon us. It will put users in control of who they share their identity data with. By certifying this identity data as a “credential” which is storable in a user-controlled, digital wallet (e.g., an app on a smartphone), users can present these credentials to systems which require authentication and access. The credentials can contain everything from eID data to privacy-preserving information unrelatable to a particular user (e.g., age or nationality). Credentials can also be such things as coupons, vouchers, boarding passes, physical access passes, etc.
In this webinar, Curity’s CEO, Travis Spencer, and CTO, Jacob Ideskog, will discuss:
- How this paradigm shift can benefit society and organizations
- How to connect decentralized identity and verifiable credentials with API security
- When you should start experimenting with this nascent technology