All you need to know about SSI for Corporates and IoT – Heather Vescent – Webinar 35
Heather Vescent, the owner of The Purple Tornado a foresight and strategic intelligence consultancy, explains how Digital identity gaps in Corporate and IoT Identity can be solved from an NPE (non-person entity) point of view. The webinar will answer: What is an NPE? How is an NPE both different and similar to human identity? What is the relationship humans have with NPEs? How is NPE identity more complex than the identity we know today? What considerations do we need to make when developing identity solutions for the future?
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The webinar defines a taxonomy for Non-Person Entities (NPEs), defines the relationships NPEs have with humans and each other, and identifies 11 market gaps in today’s technology solutions, that have the potential to be solved using decentralized identity technology. Industry-wide solutions must be forged collaboratively in order to address a broad set of digital identity and data privacy problems.
This webinar shares research funded by the Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology, Cybersecurity directorate by The Purple Tornado, with Heather Vescent as the Principal Investigator. Vescent has delivered research insights to governments and corporations in digital identity, military learning, payments, transactions, and new economic models. She is the writer/producer of 14 documentaries and short films about future technology. Her clients include US & UK governments, SWIFT, CitiVentures, Disney, IEEE, mid-size companies and start-ups. Her research has been covered in the New York Times, CNN, American Banker, CNBC, Fox, and the Atlantic. She is an author of the Cyber Attack Survival Manual, published by Weldon-Owen. Her work has won multiple awards from the Association of Professional Futurists.