The Internet is Broken
- The Internet was built without a way to know who and what you are connecting to
Lack of Trust
- Resulting in inauthenticity which adds friction and creates lost opportunities to conduct certain valuable interactions, or transactions
Mass Scale Frauds
- Social engineering schemes such as phishing take advantage of the inability to tell who you are dealing with
Oversharing Personal Information
- The de facto way to conduct business online is to dump your personal information into almost any website or any form that appears
Achieving Digital Trust
- Knowing who is connecting with you is a must.
We now have the solutions to fix our digital interactions
Stop oversharing your personal information, selectively disclose your data based on the trust you have within each relationship.
Know who your are interacting with by establishing bidirectionally authenticated direct connections with your friends, clients, employees and suppliers.
Don’t get locked into platforms, take control of your data and your relationships and bring them with you wherever you go.
The Power of Owning the Relationship
Every digital exchange is consent driven by you
Decide which version of you to share with whom
Maintain more privacy and stop fearing cyber attacks on your data
Stop oversharing and still get the same base experiences
Gradually expand the depth of your interactions based on value you’re getting
Get more personalized relationships just like in the physical world, trust should be built over time in the digital world.
With it you can securely receive, store and present digital credentials such as licenses, memberships, IDs, permits, and more.
Supports AnonCreds Credential Types
Interoperable with other Aries implementations
Supports zero-knowledge proof presentations
Supports self-attested credentials
Supports mobile wallet SDK
The NB Orbit Enterprise Platform was a quick and cost-effective way for us to prove out our use case. It allowed us to quickly give a demo to stakeholders and get their buy-in for future work.
The NB Orbit Enterprise Platform has enabled the Government of British Columbia to demonstrate enhanced technological compatibility in their pilot, allowing participants to exchange sustainability data in the form of digital credentials in a privacy preserving and trusted way.
How can we create some short-term wins for consumers to help them better understand the provenance of data/content?
We have added support for OpenID4VC to our existing DIDComm/Aries-based wallets and agents. One step closer to making technical interoperability easier.
How can secure organizational identity help us move away from administrative roots of trust and towards cryptographic roots of trust?
The Bhutan National Digital Identity (NDI): What it takes for a Nationwide Launch (with Kumar Gajmer & Pallavi Sharma)
What does it take for a Nationwide Launch of a Digital Identity Program? Explore from Legal, Business and Technology lenses.
The purpose of this presentation was to share how existing Internet security tools like DNSSEC can be used to support Digital Trust tools.
Explore the importance of making learner data more accessible and dynamic, as opposed to the current static and non-portable nature of it.