Walid Fdhila and Nicholas Stifter (both SBA Research) will presented their work on distributed identity (DiD) at the 32nd IIW Internet Identity workshop. Conducted jointly with their project partner DanubeTech, the comprehensive study evaluates and compares the DiD methods with respect to governance, enforcement, security, and portability among other criteria.
Evaluation of 7 DID methods with the W3C DID Rubric! – did:btcr, did:sov, did:ion, did:web, did:v1, did:peer, did:ethr by Walid Fdhila (SBA Research) and Markus Sabadello (DanubeTech).
The Internet Identity Workshop has been finding, probing and solving identity problems twice every year since 2005. It gathers experts and practitioners from both academia and industry to discuss and debate identity issues.
The work is jointly funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) via project number 874019, and the U.S Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology.