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While Blockchain technology creates strong cryptographic controls securing the integrity of data, successful, cooperative Blockchain networks must establish trust between a varieties of independent entities to create overall trust. In this presentation, Scott Perry and Drummond Reed will discuss how trust is created in Blockchain systems and the varying layers (i.e. ledger, agent, credential exchange and governance) that add trust within interoperable parties and reliance to external Blockchain’s within the web of trust. As active members of the Sovrin Governance Working Group, including the first robust trust assurance model for Blockchain’s, our presenters will discuss how all Blockchain’s networks can add accountability within stakeholder roles to ensure that Blockchain’s are trustworthy above the embedded cryptographic trust assertions.
The target of this webinar is leaders and participants in the industry who are seeking greater acceptance and assurance in the trustworthiness of their network.
This session will help you learn which role systems auditors, cybersecurity professionals, and risk management experts will have to play to ensure trust must be built and maintained when adopting such cutting-edge technologies.
The webinar covers:
• How Digital Trust is created
• How Blockchain’s novel attributes contribute to digital trust
• Blockchain’s beneficial use cases
• Deeper Dive into Self Sovereign Identity as a unique Blockchain use case
Date: March 18, 2019
Recorded Webinar: https://youtu.be/1lcuf9bJFBQ