Monday, 11.Feb., 11:00-17:30h (preliminary schedule)
|11:00-17:30||FIM4R||Federated Identity Management for Research Workshop|
|Other events t.b.a.|
Tuesday, 12.Feb., 9-17h (preliminary schedule)
|OSS IDM||19:00-17:00||Open Source Identity Management Projects|
|Legal||19:00-17:00||Legal Aspects of Identity Management|
Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) is an emerging paradigm around the idea that digital identity should be created, managed, disclosed, and destroyed by a subject alone, without dependency on an intermediary or central authority. It can be considered an evolution of the user-centric identity concept, but with even stronger assumptions and guarantees. Identity is modeled using a combination of components such as identity wallets, agents on personal devices as well as in the cloud, and decentralized registration and discovery mechanisms built e.g. with blockchains. Proof-of-concepts with SSI are currently being conducted around the world, and standards such as Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs), Verifiable Credentials, DID Auth, and others are emerging.
During the event, you will learn about the roots, principles, and current state of the SSI concept. You will also have an opportunity to take a closer look at the various proposed technical components and protocols that make up an SSI system. You can learn about current concrete projects and initiatives that implement SSI. Finally, there will be opportunities to discuss challenges of SSI, and how SSI can relate to existing identity infrastructure such as OIDC, SAML, WebAuth, eIDAS, etc.
Preliminary agenda, to be confirmed:
|Intro||Introduction to SSI, what is it, and what's happening right now|
|Overview||Presentation: Technical overview of SSI standards, protocols, etc.|
|Demos||Show+Tell of various SSI initiatives, concrete tools and PoCs|
|Workshop 1||Deep dive into SSI technologies (DIDs, VCs, DID Auth, Agents, etc.)|
|Workshop 2||SSI and existing identity technologies such as OIDC, WebAuthn|
|SSI and eIDAS|
|Workshop 3||Challenges of SSI, e.g. key management, governance, trust frameworks, etc|
This track is facilitated by Markus Sabadello, Danube Tech.
This conference track is for people working on Open Source IAM to to discuss best practices, integration patterns and solution stories about Open Source IAM. For each slot, there will be 2-3 very short introductory presentations as input for discussions.
Preliminary agenda, to be confirmed:
|9:00-9:30||Intro||Welcome and Introduction|
|9:30-10:30||LDAP Update||LDAP Servers, current status, need for additional standard schema, interoperability|
|10:30-11:30||LDAP vs SQL||IdM persistent layer LDAP or RDBMS|
|11:30-12:30||Provisioning||Provisioning, features, standards|
|13:30-14:30||Connectors||connector framework future (ConnId/Wren:ICF, etc.)|
|15:00-16:00||SSO Interop||SSO: SAML, OIDC/OAuth2 and CAS: Implementations and interoperability|
|16:00-17:00||Business models||Open Source Business models for IAM|
|17:00-18:00||AuthZ||Authorization in different contexts (X-BAC, etc.)|
This track is facilitated by Peter Gietz, DAASI International.
This Track is facilitated by Prof Nikolaus Forgo, University of Vienna.
Wednesday, 13.Feb., 9:00-17:30 and Thursday, 14.Feb., 9:00-16:00
The unconference is using an agile format with participant-driven contents, covering the attendees’ current interests. TIIME's format has been designed for solving trust and identity issues, developing and sharing new concepts. If you are looking for a substantial discussion on this subject it is likely that you will meet the right people here!
To get an idea about the contents look at Topics or into the proceedings from previous conferences.