IIW 21 Demo's

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IIW XXI #21 Community Sharing / DEMO LIST - For Wednesday October 28, 2015

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1. Identity Changes in Windows 10 Desktop and Mobile: Vicky Milton URL: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows Personal and work identities co-exist in Windows 10, yet they don’t co-mingle. Learn how these identities work together to drive new experiences.


2. WelcomeAboard by Welcomer: Kevin Cox URL: www.welcomer.me & www.welcomeaboard.me WelcomeAboard gives individuals their own linked electronic copy of the data from any form they fill out for any organization whether employers, suppliers, cooperatives, conference organizers, governments, etc.


3. Blockstore: Muneeb Ali and Jude Nelson URL: https://github.com/blockstack/blockstore Blockstore enables human-readable name registrations on the Bitcoin blockchain, along with the ability to store associated data in external datastores. You can use it to register globally unique names, associate data with those names, and transfer them between Bitcoin addresses.


4. Blockchain Auth: Ryan Shea URL: http://www.blockchainauth.org Blockchain Auth is a blockchain ID authentication protocol that supports generating, decoding and verifying auth request and auth response tokens. The Blockchain Auth protocol can be used as a decentralized alternative to passwords and Single Sign On systems that rely on third party identity providers.


5. Consent and Information Sharing Work Group of the Kantara Initiative: John Wunderlich URL: http://consentreceipt.org/ & https://kantarainitiative.org/groups/ciswg/ This demo will present a high level review of the proposed standard for consent receipts to enable users and service providers to have a method to agree on and record consent & notice. The demo will include showing how the work group has provided a generator page and api to allow anyone to provide Kantara compliant consent receipts


6. Danube Tech - XDI, FreedomBox: Markus Sabadello URL: http://danubetech.com/ The OASIS XDI TC is finally releasing its first Committee Draft specification, and FreedomBox is now at version 0.6. Come see what this means! (Secret Tip: Maybe there's even some cool blockchain stuff hidden inside?)


7. digi.me –current PC/Mac and iOS version application: Jim Pasquale & Julian Ranger URL: http://digi.me for product and http://digi.me/ video for vision The demonstration of digi.me will show what users can do when they own and control their own data on their own devices(s), initially with their social data of up to twenty aggregated accounts that are fully curated – providing peace of mind, flashback perspectives on social interactions with likes and comments and photos, universal search, customizable widgets for building collections, creating journals, empowering individuals to make better decisions.


8. Flamingo Customer Experience Inc.: Adam Carter URL: http://flamingo.io/ Flamingo, a cloud solution, solves the problem that business cannot provide individualized experiences to consumers. It uses Customer Co-creation, Journeying and Data Science to discover the best journeys individual customers want to take with a business then automate these. Use Flamingo to acquire and retain customers.


9. ForgeRock OpenUMA open-source project for User-Managed Access (UMA): Eve Maler URL: https://forgerock.org/openuma/ In the Internet of Things, the number of data sources that reveal our doings, and the sheer volume of data generated, will overwhelm our ability to control and share it all — unless we have help. That’s where UMA and OpenUMA come in.


10. MetaMask, demoing the "Ethereum" blockchain: Aaron Davis URL: https://metamask.io/ & https://ethereum.org/ Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs applications exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference. With identity built in at the protocol layer, it is shifts of control back into the hands of the user.


11. Faster Modular Exponentiation in JavaScript: Karen Lewison, Francisco Corella /Pomcor URL: http://pomcor.com/2015/10/25/faster-modular-exponentiation-in-javascript/ We will demonstrate a modular exponentiation algorithm implemented in JavaScript, which is many times faster than the one in the Stanford JavaScript Crypto Library (SJCL), and can greatly facilitate the use of cryptographic authentication in web applications.


12. FIDO U2F for Mobile: Stina Eherensvard, John Fontana, Jerrod Chong, Yubico URL: https://www.yubico.com/applications/fido/ FIDO U2F – open authentication standard After support in Gmail, Dropbox and GitHub, a million USB devices deployed with users, NFC and Bluetooth in beta, U2F public key authentication is now expanding to also include a mobile password- and tokenless user experience.


13. passQi 2 with Two Factor: David Eyes URL: https://www.passqi.com/ Demo of passQi 2 with both TOTP & passQi 2 Factor Authentication along with Apple Watch support Store credentials in your phone (not in cloud) and automate login.