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Survey of Digital Trust Accreditations

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Friday, February 3, 2023 @ 1:00 PM EST  |  60 Minutes  |  1 CPE

About this Event

For the past seven years, Internet identity architects have been developing the framework where trusted claims of identity and other rights can be immediately validated online. This has the prospect of doing away with the need for hundreds of separate userid/password accounts at digital vendors and creating a trust layer on the Internet that was missing from its initial design.  A critical aspect of this framework is the accountability of players that will operate with integrity against a set of governance rules and accreditation schemes.

In 2022, there have been a number of jurisdictional schemes that have launched with Schellman’s early participation.  In this webinar, we will discuss how accountability for digital trust is evolving and the details of three schemes that Schellman participates: 800-63.3 certification through the Kantara Initiative (US), Digital identity certification for right to work, right to rent and criminal record checks in the UK under Kantara, and the Digital identity and Authentication Council of Canada’s (DIACC) Voilà Verified Program for accreditation of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework.

This event will be recorded, so if you cannot join live still sign-up and we will send you the replay of the event.

For those who are able to attend live, we will conclude with time for open Q&A.

About this Event

For the past seven years, Internet identity architects have been developing the framework where trusted claims of identity and other rights can be immediately validated online. This has the prospect of doing away with the need for hundreds of separate userid/password accounts at digital vendors and creating a trust layer on the Internet that was missing from its initial design.  A critical aspect of this framework is the accountability of players that will operate with integrity against a set of governance rules and accreditation schemes.

In 2022, there have been a number of jurisdictional schemes that have launched with Schellman’s early participation.  In this webinar, we will discuss how accountability for digital trust is evolving and the details of three schemes that Schellman participates: 800-63.3 certification through the Kantara Initiative (US), Digital identity certification for right to work, right to rent and criminal record checks in the UK under Kantara, and the Digital identity and Authentication Council of Canada’s (DIACC) Voilà Verified Program for accreditation of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework.

This event will be recorded, so if you cannot join live still sign-up and we will send you the replay of the event.

For those who are able to attend live, we will conclude with time for open Q&A.

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