IIW 26 Demo's

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IIW XXVI #26 DEMO Hour List - Wednesday April 4, 2018

Brought To Us By - digi.me https://digi.me/

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1. Danube Tech - DID Resolver and DID Auth: Markus Sabadello URL: https://github.com/decentralized-identity/universal-resolver/ Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) are the base layer of new decentralized identity protocols. We show how they work and how they can be used for authentication (DID Auth).

2. Get a DID on the Veres One Blockchain: Manu Sporny URL: https://veres.one/ We will demonstrate how to generate a Veres One Decentralized Identifier (DID), register it with the blockchain, and update its related DID document. A DID can be registered and its DID Document updated by performing a proof-of-work or by using an Accelerator.

3. digi.me – current PC/Mac, iOS/Android version application: Jim Pasquale & Julian Ranger URL: http://digi.me for product & http://digi.me/video for vision Demo will show what users can do when they own and are in the driver’s seat of their own data on their own devices(s). More privacy through our new Consent Access feature, using two new external apps providing social analytics and monetary insight from financial data inside their library.

4. JLINC Labs - CRM to VRM: John Wunderlich URL: http://www.jlinclabs.com The paradigm of the Vendor controlling all of the customer's information is inverted when you implement an Information Sharing Agreement and the software to enable the Customer to control their information inside the Vendors Salesforce instance and have dynamic control over their marketing consents.

5. Technical Associates Group, LLC - Real-IT: an awareness space related to expanding the discussion, recognition and management of our presence the non-physical digital environment, which reflects into our physical environment: Jeff Orgel URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VECmh2rpt70 . Who’s Wearing the Collar? Developing language allowing us to put handles on thoughts with words regarding base human nature & how the impact of IT forces affects our behavior. The idea that Real-IT, our relationship choices w/IT, reflects into our Reality. What is your Real-IT?!

6. Pomcor JavaScript Cryptographic Library (PJCL) Do-it-yourself cryptographic authentication with PJCL: Karen Lewison and Francisco Corella URL: https://pomcor.com/pjcl/ PJCL is a JavaScript library that makes it trivial to implement password-free cryptographic authentication, avoiding phishing attacks and password-compromise notification requirements under GDPR and US regulations. A sample web app will be demoed and its source code provided.

7. Evernym: Timothy Ruff, Dale Jones URL: https://www.evernym.com Witness the first cryptographically verifiable credentials exchange that's truly peer-to peer (no IDP or other intermediary). Built on open-sourced Sovrin, Evernym's VCX establishes trust between people, organizations, and things, while enhancing privacy.

8. DID Whisper pastebin: Dmitri Zagidulin URL: https://github.com/digitalbazaar/did-whisper A quick demo of an encrypted pastebin service using Veres One DID Documents, a way to send private encrypted messages using recipients' public DIDs.

9. Blockstack Sign-in and Storage using Graphite and the Blockstack Browser: Jack Zampolin URL: https://app.graphitedocs.com/ and https://browser.blockstack.org/ Graphite is a Google Docs replacement where you own the data, but don't give up any of the collaboration or sharing features.

10. Gluu Gateway: Mike Schwartz URL: https://gluu.org Gluu Gateway is a new linux package distribution of Kong and two Gluu plugins. The first plugin enables your clients to use any OAuth authorization server for client authentication. The second enables you to use UMA to protect your API's, turning Kong into an UMA resource server!

11. Building a Sovrin-linked Public Permissionless Ledger for Data Analytics: Paul Knowles URL: https://we.tl/BWtMWMxRZk Introducing a new ledger and data warehousing model that would enable developers to build statistical algorithms and analytics applications on pre-verified data without compromising either GDPR compliance or self-sovereign identity. The future of data analytics.

12. Government of British Columbia - Permitify Proof of Concept: Stephen Curran, John Jordan Permitify demonstrates the use of Verifiable Credentials to simplify complex processes - government permitting - while improving data quality. Permitify provides dynamic recipes to guide business users looking to open businesses (e.g. "Open a Restaurant in Vancouver").

13. Interplanetary identifiers: Jonathan Holt URL: Https://www.github.com/jonnycrunch/ipid Implementation of DID method on top of IPFS (interplanetary File System)

14. Yubikey - FIDO has Browsers: Chris Streeks, Solutions Engineer; Terry Shofner Yubico Fellow URL: https://www.yubico.com/products/yubikey-hardware See FIDO U2F standards working in browsers from Firefox (Nightly) and Google. And let’s talk about what’s new! The W3C’s Web AuthN specification is maturing and we are aiming at standardizing hardware-backed strong authentication across browser clients. And don’t forget we also support open standards such as PIV, OATH, OpenPGP and FIDO U2F.