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Save the date: April 23rd 2024!
The Digital Identity Wallets Webinar Series

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The Digital Identity Wallets Webinar is part of a new series of focused workshops on specific topics needing to be addressed.
 

23rd April 2024

The world of digital wallets is moving. With the EU’s Large Scale Pilot developments and other initiatives everywhere, it's time to cut through the noise and discuss some of the real specific issues that need to be resolved for wallets to be successful.

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Illustrative - this event is virtual only

Expert Led Discussions

The must-attend webinar for digital identity wallets

The Global Trust Foundation will be hosting the first of its Digital Identity Wallets Webinar online on

April 23rd 2024.

Presented by:

- Moderator: Jon Shamah - Co-founder & Director, Global Trust Foundation

- Steffen Schwalm - Principal Business Consultant, msg Group

- Igor Marcolongo - Head of Business & Solutions Compliance, InfoCert Group

- Esther Makaay - VP of Digital Identity, Signicat

- Michal Tabor - Partner, Obserwatorium.biz

Be part of our webinar and inspire the industry!

Again, bringing together Europe’s imaginative individuals, who have a unique perspective and are redesigning the way we think and manage digital innovation, the webinar will facilitate leading-edge discussion for Industry, business, SMEs, governments, and citizens on specific important topics.

What is the EU Digital Identity Wallets Webinar?

A flexible digital identity wallets-related virtual event.  It's a very open type of event - an unconference, but bounded to specific important issues. Registered attendees will be able to participate in the agenda creation, discuss, and contribute.  

Why you should attend in 2024?

As a non-profit, GTF has the unrivaled ability to bring together technology experts, policymakers, and senior leaders from the public, private, and academic sector institutions from across Europe and beyond. This means the webinar is an essential opportunity for collaboration and innovation, facilitating meaningful change, as we look at opportunities for empowering businesses through digital transformation. Featuring the latest insights from the Large Scale Pilots – this webinar will cover selected hot topics and critical areas.

Who will be attending the April 2024 Webinar?

GTF successfully executes its role as a sync tech and brings together the largest concentration of C-level leaders, decision-makers, and technologists as well as grassroots activists. By attending the ''EU Digital Identity Wallets Webinar'' you`ll gain real insights into the current state of the European Digital Identity Wallet and have the ability to network and contribute. Our expert attendees make the GTF events unrivaled and packed with knowledge. Grab the chance to join the top leaders of Europe!

What is the atmosphere at GTF's events?

One of our best advantages is that we create a neutral field for debates amongst tech professionals. A very fun informal atmosphere to meet the top leaders in the public and private sectors in the EU.

See you online! 😊

European Digital Identity Wallet Webinar -
Suggested series of topics

01

Privacy v Useability

To maximise adoption, usability will need to be excellent in the Digital Identity Wallet, as citizens expectations are very high, given the current user experience they get from Apple and Google with their wallets.


 

03

Evolving a realistic business model 

EUDIW should be delivered free of charge by Member States to the citizens including the Qualified Electronic Signature (QES). However, who would pay for QTSP services ? Agreed that the main beneficiary, usually the Private Relying Party, should be the payer for the services provided by private and organizational EUDIW (Type 2 Wallet) which will operate in parallel to the public EUDIW.

05

Pros and Cons of AI-Based Persons

New opportunities to verify (Q)EAA on behalf of Relying Parties, and a possible future with the Machine Customers supported by AI linked to the EUDIW.





 

02

What type of wallets should be further developed?

Do we need to look beyond the current Large Scale Pilots and basic EU Digital Identity Wallet and begin to look at advanced wallets. Whereas the 'Type 1' Wallet is a closed wallet which operates in the regulatory domain, the Type 2 Wallet can be considered to operate in the contractual domain.

04

Building a strong financial payment mechanism

There is a need for a payment distribution mechanism (maybe using Zero Knowledge Proofs). Remember that any payment mechanism will need robust auditing to satisfy regulatory demands for taxation etc. Unfortunately, auditability means an audit-trail, which in turn could mean transactional disclosure.

 

06

Planning for Success

As (and if) the EUIDW becomes successful it will become an integral part of society within the EU and beyond. Threats include the risk of the EUIDW becoming an attractive target for attack, and fraud detection will become more difficult.
 

GTF will endeavour to address the described topics as time permits.

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