2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience

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Summary:

This article introduces the Disposable Identities, with reference use cases and explores possible technical approaches. Proposed approach, when fully developed as an open source toolkit, enables developers of mobile or web apps to employ a self-sovereign identity and data privacy framework, in order to rebuild trust in digital services by providing greater transparency, decentralized control and GDPR compliance. With a user interface for the management of self sovereign identity, digital authorizations and associated data driven transactions, the advantage of Disposable Identities is that they may also contain verifiable data such as the owner’s photograph, official or even biometric identifiers for more proactive prevention of identity abuse. These Disposable Identities designed for decentralized privacy management, can also be time, purpose and context bound through a secure digital contract; with verification functionalities based on tamper-proof technology.

Author(s):

Jari Isohanni    
Twinds Foundation
Finland

https://fi.linkedin.com/in/jariisohanni

Lorna Goulden    
Twinds Foundation
Netherlands

https://nl.linkedin.com/in/lornagoulden

Kai M. Hermsen    
Twinds Foundation
Germany

https://de.linkedin.com/in/kaihermsen?trk=author_m

Mirko Ross    
Twinds Foundation
Germany

Jef Vanbockryck    
Twinds Foundation
Belgium

 


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