On Tuesday Oct 17th, at 13:00, Booth A01 - we will present HACERA’s Highly Secure Identity and Access Control Management System
HACERA is a very modular framework for managing identity, credentials, permissions and privileges on top of blockchains.
In this demo we will present how multiple enterprises (e.g. financial institutions) use HACERA to authenticate participants without changing the existing infrastructure, how participants obtain access to blockchain networks along with the ability to securely send authorization messages across.
Last year at SIBOS 2016 in Geneva, we presented a decentralized Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). This year will present how the user-role assignment can then be delegated and decentralized without fear of compromising overall policy objectives of the involved parties and organizations.Learn More
“People have to understand the actual concerns and the regulatory requirements that entities such as banks, insurance, and the health care industry have to adhere to. They cannot afford the risk and uncertainty that is introduced by some of the open systems,” says Jonathan Levi, creator of HACERA, an access-control management system for blockchains.
Examining and bringing the identity the discussion to a global scale, with a focus on managing identities for under-served and displaced persons in order to develop effective solutions going forward, while being able to retain privacy and protect sensitive personally identifiable information.
Jonathan Levi (HACERA), Dan Middleton (Intel) and Chris Ferris (IBM) will cover topics like why being part of the Linux Foundation essential to Hyperledger’s mission of creating sustainable industry-standard business blockchain technologies, the role security plays in our development processes, how our umbrella strategy that includes diverse approaches to business blockchain technology works, and much more.
Jonathan Levi (HACERA) and Christopher Ferris (chair of Hyperledger’s, a Linux Foundation Project, Technical Steering Committee, IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO Open Technology) are nominated to be the 2 official release managers Hyperledger Fabric 1.0
Blockchain has the potential to transform the way industries conduct business transactions. This will require a complete ecosystem of industry players working together, allowing businesses to benefit from the network effect of blockchain. To help support these organizations, IBM announced today a blockchain ecosystem to help accelerate the creation of blockchain networks.
Jonathan Levi’s "Social Trust" which is a form of "proof of stake" along with reputation tokens added to online marketplaces, was selected as one of the 11 ideas by 6 program participants, and the "Social Trust" team has spent 10 weeks going through all steps needed, post idea conception, market research, business model all the way to a full execution plan of how to bring this to life.