Zoran Skoda digital identity

A digital identity is information on an entity used by computer systems to represent an external agent. That agent may be a person, organization, application, or device. ISO/IEC 24760-1 defines identity as “set of attributes related to an entity”.

Telegram is introducing a new feature called Passport, a single sign-on option for services that need actual real-world IDs or documents. Passport will let users store their files and data in Telegram’s cloud and pass it directly on to services that need that information (via Neowin).

  • OAuth 2.0 – industry-standard protocol for authorization; There is a controversy, as the earlier standard, OAuth 1.0, is arguably more secure; see wikipedia.

  • Microsoft decentralized identity whitepaper pdf

  • blockchain, fintech

  • Understanding the European Self Sovereign Identity Framework (ESSIF) yt 2019, blog 2020

  • evernym SSI blog

  • Fennie Wang, Primavera De Filippi, Self-Sovereign Identity in a Globalized World: Credentials-Based Identity Systems as a Driver for Economic Inclusion, HYPOTHESIS AND THEORY article Front. Blockchain, 23 January 2020 doi

  • Quinten Stokkink, Dick Epema, Johan Pouwelse, A truly self-sovereign identity system arxiv/2007.00415

  • G. Fedreceschi et al. Self-sovereign identity for IoT environments: a perspective, doi

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