Thanks to those that attended our Trust Registries Webinar and for the attendees and those folks that couldn’t make it, here are a few things for you:
- Link to the recording
- Trust Over IP Trust Registry Task Force where we are developing the:
- Trust Registry Protocol Specification v1 (NOTE: This is the live Google Doc where we are making early edits).
- OpenAPI for a RESTful protocol as an initial implementation – managed in GitHub.
- NOTE: The above links for the Specification and OpenAPI files will likely change. They will always be referenced from the Trust Registry Task Force though.
- Be sure to reach out via our Contact Us page – we’re happy to jump on a call to see how we can help you examine where a Trust Registry may fit in your business ecosystem. We will also get you hooked up with our (semi-)monthly newsletter where we share a few key things that have been shifting in the industry.
- Pan-Canadian Trust Framework – The Public Sector Profile drove a lot of the CIO Strategy Council standard CAN/CIOSC 103-1:2020, Digital Trust and Identity – Part 1 Fundamentals. The Public Sector Profile (not to be confused with the DIACC PCTF which shares the same name but has a different aim) is globally recognized.
- Questions started at about [46:30] – though some questions came earlier. We covered:
- “I don’t trust organizations and corporations” – where we point out the “decentralize the world” approach goes to far.
- Phoning home – (hint: no it doesn’t need to phone home)
- Where are Holders Authorized? (hint: Knowing if you can trust Bubba’s Wallet may be more important…)
- Canadian Digitial Identities are emerging – can startups leverage this?
- Explain the Role of Government in ecosystems.
- “Can a third party discover who I trust from a trust registry?”
- How will interoperability work between trust registries?
As to where we need to go, we covered that in the Trust Registries Webinar as well…
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