Started in 2019, the collaboration between CherryChain and FBK-ICT performs research and innovation activities in the field of Distributed Ledger Technology and Smart Contract. One of the main goals is to investigate how existing digital identity solutions can be enforced in a distributed system. In this context, we are currently involved in the design of on-boarding and signature procedures. At the same time, we are investigating innovative digital identity solutions based on decentralized identifiers and verifiable credentials.
Digital Identity and Distributed Systems, December 2, 2020
- The conference aims to highlight studies, evidence, and guidelines on how public systems of digital identity (such as SPID, CIE, CNS) or private (such as banking SCA, digital signatures, Certification Authority services) and distributed systems (such as DLT, Blockchain) can collaborate to strengthen identification, authorization and recognition mechanisms in digital processes.
Marco Pernpruner, Giada Sciarretta, Silvio Ranise
A Framework for Security and Risk Analysis of Enrollment Procedures: Application to Fully-Remote Solutions Based on eDocuments
In: 18th International Conference on Security and Cryptography (SECRYPT 2021) (DOI, complementary material)
Sergio Manuel Nóbrega Gonçalves, Alessandro Tomasi, Andrea Bisegna, Giulio Pellizzari, Silvio Ranise
Verifiable Contracting: A Use Case for Onboarding and Contract Offering in Financial Services with eIDAS and Verifiable Credentials
In: 25th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (DETIPS2020) (DOI)