If there’s one thing that we always have time for, it’s the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW). While we can’t travel over to the U.S. in person, we’re still so happy that we can be there virtually! For those who have never attended, IIW is an ‘unconference’ and bi-annual participatory workshop that draws in experts from across the globe to tackle the major current issues in identity and demonstrate truly transformative solutions to design user-centric identity systems.
Join our CTO, Chris Eckl and Solutions Architect, Richard Astley from 20 – 22 April and hear them talk about the interoperability of Self Sovereign Identity and Decentralized Identity stacks. Find out more about our product and how we support multiple providers giving users the option to choose different digital wallets and watch our demo of the Condatis Staff Passport in action, working with Microsoft Verifiable Credentials.
Chris and Richard will demonstrate the Condatis OIDC Bridge. The bridge allows Relying Parties to consume Verifiable Credentials as claims in a JSON Web Token for passwordless authentication use cases, in addition to others. We have so much planned for the near future of our configurable Condatis Staff Passport and Condatis Middleware products. These technologies allow easy adoption of Verifiable Credentials for your organization, so come along for the opportunity to discuss your use cases with Chris and Richard and find out how our platform can help you deliver them.
Condatis demo time slots:
- Day 1 – Tuesday, 20th April from 2:30 – 3:30 pm PST / 10:30 – 11:30 pm BST
- Day 2 – Wednesday, 21st April from 9:00 – 10:00 am PST / 5:00 – 6:00 pm BST
Coming up next at Condatis
21 May 2021 | Think Digital Identity for Government 2021
The upcoming Think Digital Identity for Government Conference on 21st May 2021. The conference will be focusing on Identity Fraud and is an opportunity to hear from key experts across government on how they are tackling fraudulent activity. Chris Eckl will be speaking on the ‘Futures Panel’, joined by representatives at Post Office, Women in Identity and Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.