Podcast by Tim Bouma
Definitely Identity Episode 15 Tykn with Jimmy Snoek and Khalid Maliki
An interview with co-founders of https://tykn.tech , a company dedicated to ensuring that identities are portable, private, and secure so that no one has to lose access to their identity ever again.
Tykn co-founder, Jimmy Snoek, is a musician, business developer, and entrepreneur, currently residing in The Hague. Tykn's other co-founder, Khalid Maliki, has keen product design knowledge combined with a passion for social impact. Both Jimmy and Khalid believe that believes Self-Sovereign Identity will positively impact billions of people’s lives.
In this podcast, we talk about self-sovereign identity, Tykn's platform called Ana, current projects underway, and what the future holds for digital identity, and more generally, digital credentials.
Definitely Identity Episode 14 with Sam Smith
Samuel M. Smith, Ph.D., is the founder and owner of ProSapien LLC. ProSapien is a technology research and development company based in Lindon, Utah.
In this episode, we explore the Key Event Receipt Infrastructure (KERI)and how it relates to decentralized identity. We also touch topics in the white paper: trust domains, self-certifying identifiers, architectural implications, and more.
You can find Sam's whitepapers at https://github.com/SmithSamuelM/Papers/tree/master/whitepapers
More material is available at https://identity.foundation/working-groups/identifiers-discovery.html
Definitely Identity Episode 13 with Keith Jansa
In this episode, I interview Keith Jansa, Executive Director of the CIO Strategy Council ( https://ciostrategycouncil.com/ ). As Executive director, Keith is leading several initiatives, including standards-setting related to digital identity.
We cover numerous topics, including the development of national standards, the role of the Standards Council of Canada ( https://www.scc.ca/ ), its technical committees, and, the development of CIOSC’s latest national standard on digital identity.
We also talked about the contribution of the Canadian Public Sector through work done on the Public Sector Profile of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework ( https://canada-ca.github.io/PCTF-CCP/)
Definitely Identity Episode 12 with Dakota Gruener
In this episode, I interviewed Dakota Gruener, Executive Director of ID2020. We talked about the mission of ID2020, her recently published white paper on immunity certificates. We also talked about the more general issues on digital identity and trust frameworks.
ID2020 website: https://id2020.org/
Dakota’s white paper: Immunity Certificates: If We Must Have Them, We Must Do It Right, available at: https://ethics.harvard.edu/immunity-certificates
Pan-Canadian Trust Framework: https://canada-ca.github.io/PCTF-CCP/
Definitely Identity Episode 11 with Amos Doornbos
A conversation with Amos Doornbos, Director of Strategy & Systems: Disaster Management at World Vision.
Amos spends much of his time trying to convince agencies that technology is the easy part and the real challenge is changing people’s behaviour and organisational processes and culture. We had a great conversation on the deeper issues of human rights, dignity and protection.
You can find more about Amos on his blog at: https://thisisamos.com/ and you can follow him on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/amosdoornbos
Definitely Identity E10 Digital Wallets With Darrell ODonnell
A conversation with Darrell O'Donnell on the state and potential of digital wallets. This episode is really Part 2 of my first episode with Darrell.
Darrell knows his stuff as you will see from the links below. Don't forget to download the digital wallet report (over 80 pages of valuable insights)
Digital Wallet Report: https://www.continuumloop.com/get-digital-wallet-report
Continuum Loop (my company): www.continuumloop.com
Self Sovereign ID info must
Excellent podcast to hear the roadmap and priorities from people trying to solve the most important technical, economic and political challenge of the decade ahead!