trusted identity

Episode 1: The future of protecting your wallet and identity

  Listen to this IBM Blockchain Pulse Podcast episode and others on iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn and Stitcher.   Blockchain identity and digital credentials, with Adam Gunther and Drummond Reed Welcome to the first episode of IBM Blockchain Pulse with your host (and blockchain evangelist), Matt Hooper! Blockchain is one of the pioneering innovations of our […]

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Storage for blockchain and modern distributed database processing

IBM Blockchain is transforming enterprise capabilities across industries, fostering new insights and decisions: from trust and transparency in our food using IBM Food Trust™, to digitization and transparency of trade using TradeLens, to transforming digital identity into trusted identity using IBM Blockchain Trusted Identity, to redefining access to money for people and businesses everywhere using […]

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Blockchain for trusted IT service management

Blockchain-enabled self-sovereign identity (SSI) facilitates and secures all IT service management (ITSM) processes by providing assured, trusted identity and credentials for all configuration items (CIs) throughout their entire lifecycle. With SSI, every ITSM-applicable entity — every participating organization, person, and managed CI (network device, software instance, and others) — can be identified, identifiable, credentialed and […]

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Mobile identity now opening even more doors for college students

We use multiple identity instruments many times per week without much thought and, for the most part, college students are a great example of identity consumers. Students typically use a single identity document for many daily functions such as food service, dorm entry and exams, and event participation registration. Next-level student identification IBM has teamed […]

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Decentralized Identity: An alternative to password-based authentication

Many experts say that a password-based login is an insecure approach to online interactions and that multi-factor schemes add friction that reduce user adoption and productivity. Obtaining assured authentication of a person’s identity while adhering to new data privacy laws and regulations presents a minefield of security and customer experiences issues that are costly and […]

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IBM Blockchain Trusted Identity: Sovrin Steward closed beta offering

Individuals, organizations, and things are not in control of their identity in the digital world. Everything is rooted in usernames and passwords, controlled by identity providers and third parties, creating a much-needed missing layer for identity on the Internet. At IBM, we have been doing a lot in the decentralized identity space. We’ve done some […]

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Solving the cross-border need for vehicle and driver identity with blockchain

Increasingly we use our vehicles to travel internationally. While international travel becomes easier, vehicle related regulatory processes remain country specific. Many stake holders in the vehicle life cycle are hindered by this, from manufacturing to transport services, and from import to scrap processes. As a private citizen, you are not central to the process and […]

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Self-sovereign identity: Unraveling the terminology

Several years ago, the Sovrin vision was introduced using a dot metaphor to describe a future whereby individuals would be able to take back control of their identity and participate at a peer-to-peer level with their online and offline relationships. Today the landscape of supporting open communities — network, code and standards — to achieve […]

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Self-sovereign identity: Why blockchain?

One of the most common questions I get when talking to customers and analysts about the self-sovereign identity (SSI) movement is, “Why blockchain?” This question tends to stem from the notion that data associated with a person’s identity is destined to be stored, shared and used for verification on some form of distributed ledger technology. […]

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