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Self-sovereign Identity - Opportunities and Challenges for the Digital Revolution [article]

Uwe Der, Stefan Jähnichen, Jan Sürmeli
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The interconnectedness of people, services and devices is a defining aspect of the digital revolution, and, secure digital identities are an important prerequisite for secure and legally compliant information  ...  Self-sovereign digital identities are instead created and managed by individuals, and enable them to maintain their digital identities independent from residence, national eID infrastructure and market-dominating  ...  Opportunities of Self-Sovereign Identities Following the ten commandments of self-sovereign identity, a person ultimately has full control over their own digital identities regardless of the current living  ... 
arXiv:1712.01767v1 fatcat:g2o4uohlijhhrgdwhv3vyuvs5y

Exploring Value Propositions to Drive Self-Sovereign Identity Adoption

Mick Lockwood
2021 Frontiers in Blockchain  
This paper presents research exploring the balancing of interactive friction and value proposition in the context of Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) technology adoption.  ...  Within this model participants control identity, relationships, credentials, data streams, and access control.  ...  proposition and adoption of decentralised technologies through Self-Sovereign Identity.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbloc.2021.611945 doaj:845d3e5c9f294b3e922584b999b3bc93 fatcat:26kdessxz5crrbeqvipudkqoba

Identity of Things: Applying concepts from Self Sovereign Identity to IoT devices

Tim Weingärtner
2021 The Journal of British Blockchain Association  
It is inspired by the concepts of self-sovereign identity (SSI) and bootstrapping of remote secure key infrastructures (BRSKI).  ...  Besides proof of origin and device security our concept can be used for device inventory and firmware upgrade. A prototype implementation was realised to validate the concept.  ...  Additionally, we would like to thank Christian Renold for the implementation of the prototype and support during the verification of the use cases.  ... 
doi:10.31585/jbba-4-1-(5)2021 fatcat:6rats5dasjarzo4b3ueo3jpgke

Distributed Ledger Technologies, Value Accounting, and the Self Sovereign Identity

Sarah Manski
2020 Frontiers in Blockchain  
This paper investigates how the new possibilities afforded through distributed ledger technology make possible an alternative future of generative value accounting and self-sovereign identity practices  ...  Technological activists are designing blockchains and other distributed ledger technologies to challenge extractive value-accounting and identity management in global capitalism.  ...  identities in favor of self-sovereign identities.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbloc.2020.00029 fatcat:mgcmeaznnraerl42t4imi7jpnu

Blockchain, Self-Sovereign Identity and Digital Credentials: Promise Versus Praxis in Education

Alex Grech, Ira Sood, Lluís Ariño
2021 Frontiers in Blockchain  
Self-sovereign digital identity in particular is often cited as a human right that nation states need to embrace with as much conviction as education and lifelong learning are considered to be a public  ...  These attributes have caught the attention of researchers and developers interested in applications and environments where the need for the integrity of identity and content are as paramount as the safe  ...  with the key properties of self-sovereign identity.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbloc.2021.616779 fatcat:66fuunlt3bdz7drlpbej7dfwgi

Self Sovereign Digital Identity on the Blockchain: A Discourse Analysis

Onat Kibaroğlu
2020 Financial Markets Institutions and Risks  
of the contemporary discourse on the three larger concepts of self-sovereignty, digital identity, and the blockchain.  ...  A key reason for the lack of manifestation of this promise is that there is little agreement as to what is actually meant by 'self-sovereign identities' —in stark comparison to the major consensus over  ...  "Self-Sovereign Identity -Opportunities and Challenges for the Digital Revolution."  ... 
doi:10.21272/fmir.4(2).65-79.2020 fatcat:fsnwisskojd2zmpooqecrhtwy4

Citizenship in Cloud Cuckoo Land? [chapter]

Rainer Bauböck
2018 IMISCOE Research Series  
We are in the midst of a digital revolution that could transform societies worldwide as profoundly as the agrarian revolution of the Neolithic age and the industrial revolution of the 19 th century did  ...  It can serve to create an international legal identity for every human being and new forms of nonterritorial political community in which citizenship is based entirely on consent.  ...  This is why Orgad sees in blockchain technology a potential 'to provide people with self-sovereign identity' (original emphasis).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-92719-0_47 fatcat:4pmnrgxibvajfpldsfzbixlrpm

Blockchain Technology the Identity Management and Authentication Service Disruptor: A Survey

Shu Yun Lim, Pascal Tankam Fotsing, Abdullah Almasri, Omar Musa, Miss Laiha Mat Kiah, Tan Fong Ang, Reza Ismail
2018 International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology  
The ideal solution would be self-sovereign identity, a new form of identity management that is owned and controlled entirely by each individual user.  ...  The paper concludes with the open issues, main challenges and directions highlighted for future work in this area.  ...  It is also the first global public utility exclusively for self-sovereign identity and verifiable claims. Self-sovereign aims to provide portable identity for any person or organization.  ... 
doi:10.18517/ijaseit.8.4-2.6838 fatcat:shrmouxcgjhs3ddtkoofguo2g4

The EU and national sovereignty: the encounter of two concepts of sovereignty. Change or continuity?

Aistė Deimantaitė
2021 Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies  
The article aims to examine and critically evaluate the idea of sovereignty and the nuances of its verbal expression through the concept of strategic narratives, to reveal different models of sovereignty  ...  within the context of European Union Member States (mainly France, Hungary/Poland) and the European Union (EU) since 2017.  ...  Moreover, ambiguity and evolution of the concept of sovereignty create new challenges and raise dilemmas around unity, identity and the EU's Self-positioning in the international arena.  ... 
doi:10.30722/anzjes.vol12.iss3.15358 fatcat:cxedlw75nrapdekjremqtwdn2e

Having our omic cake and eating it too: Evaluating User Response to using Blockchain Technology for Private Secure Health Data Management and Sharing [article]

Victoria L. Lemieux, Darra Hofman, Hoda Hamouda, Danielle Batista, Ravneet Kaur, Wen Pan, Ian Costanzo, Dean Regier, Samantha Pollard, Deirdre Weymann, Rob Fraser
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The project studies potential ethical, legal, social and cognitive constraints of self-sovereign healthcare data management and sharing, and whether such constraints can be addressed through careful user  ...  This paper reports on the development and evaluation of a prototype blockchain solution for private and secure individual omics health data management and sharing.  ...  Self-sovereign identity (SSI), a variant of decentralized digital identity, leverages the affordances of blockchain technology to increase users' control of their identities in the digital world (Allen  ... 
arXiv:2004.11502v1 fatcat:e5l6ygcy5ngs7loekco2zjz67i

Development of the applicability of blockchain technology in industry and services

Paweł SZEWCZYK, Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa w Poznaniu, Wydział Zamiejscowy w Chorzowie
2018 Scientific Papers of Silesian University of Technology. Organization and Management Series  
concept of self-sovereign identity, and, how blockchain technology can manage the future electricity grid.  ...  The goal of this paper is a review of most recent important blockchain technology applications in fulfilling the right of everyone to recognition everywhere as a person before the law by introducing the  ...  Main properties of a Blockchain Self-sovereign identity Self-sovereign identity (Lewis) is the concept that people and businesses can store their own identity data on their own devices, and provide it  ... 
doi:10.29119/1641-3466.2018.118.44 fatcat:yh7yp3depnasbatrtlqrwaexz4

Having Our "Omic" Cake and Eating It Too?: Evaluating User Response to Using Blockchain Technology for Private and Secure Health Data Management and Sharing

Victoria L. Lemieux, Darra Hofman, Hoda Hamouda, Danielle Batista, Ravneet Kaur, Wen Pan, Ian Costanzo, Dean Regier, Samantha Pollard, Deirdre Weymann, Rob Fraser
2021 Frontiers in Blockchain  
The project studies potential ethical, legal, social, and cognitive constraints of self-sovereign healthcare data management and sharing, and whether such constraints can be addressed through careful design  ...  This paper reports on end users' perspectives on the use of a blockchain solution for private and secure individual "omics" health data management and sharing.  ...  For example, uPort, a product of ConsenSys AG, that builds upon the Ethereum blockchain, provides a platform for self-sovereign digital identity management.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fbloc.2020.558705 fatcat:bpxfuacaknbhhhlysfpkusrnvq

CULTURE AS NATIONAL IDENTITY IN PREPARING YOUNG GENERATION FOR THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0

Wildan Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, Sunu Tri Yuana, Vania Kirana Fitria Navalina
2021 Jurnal pertahanan  
The results obtained by the younger generation prepare for a national identity that looks beautiful with the existing culture.</p></div>  ...  This study aims to examine that local wisdom is one of the national resilience to create further generations in the face of the industrial revolution 4.0 so that the nation's identity is maintained.  ...  The protracted multidimensional crisis has contributed to the weakening of the self-confidence and self-esteem of the younger generation, and the strengthening of dependence, even further fostering the  ... 
doi:10.33172/jp.v7i2.1232 fatcat:ecxny2wdtjddvmfaxaroyk5mze

Data Sharing for Common Purpose: Policy Frameworks and Implications post Covid-19

Catherine Mulligan, Kimberly Bella, Nadia Hewett
2021 Zenodo  
institutions and governments around the globe.  ...  The inability, and sometimes unwillingness, to share and use data to combat COVID-19 or to protect against predatory uses of data has negatively impacted individuals, private enterprise, citizens, research  ...  For example, some digital identity schemes will be issued by the national government, others are provided by technology vendors and, in some instances, a data exchange may provide the digital identity  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5211946 fatcat:g6msr5sum5anzdx2qdpiczjhmm

Deliverable 5.8 Policy Recommendations - 2nd Version

UAB CIVITTA
2021 Zenodo  
Report detailing desk research and results from the policy webinars, the existing framework conditions and the recommendations given the project learnings.  ...  This coincides with a trend to take the "control" over identity away from governmental institutions and corporate actors to "self-sovereign individuals," who have now the opportunity to manage their digital  ...  One of the main findings in the Frontiers in Blockchain article "Digital Identity and the Blockchain: Universal Identity Management and the Concept of the "Self-Sovereign" Individual" is that the management  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5245218 fatcat:boxfrulkgrfn5hdirqlqwlijdi
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