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When: June 23, 2021 12:00 noon EDT (16:00 UTC)

Details: https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/IWG/2021-06-23 (this page)

Main Event

eIDAS.2 – digital identity wallets on the way

The implications of the draft EU law, with the legal basis for digital wallets



Stephane Mouy 

Stephane provides legal field expertise on data protection, electronic identity and KYC processes as well as trust services for financial sector entities. Stephane is a past member of the eID/KYC Expert group of the European Commission . Now he on the ETSI Specialist Task Force 588 in charge of preparing identity proofing specifications for users of eIDAS trust services, such as electronic signatures.

Roland Faure

Roland is the CEO of Aerosurete SAS

AEROSURETE is an audit, consulting, training and software partner for compliance management in Air Freight Safety, Customs & Hazardous Goods Management. Aerosurete is a practitioner in KYC and anti-terrorist identity management conforming to the current European regulations in eIDAS. 

Luca Boldrin

Luca is in the R&D division of Infocert. Luca has been very active in the ID working group and in other Identity related venues like the VCCG in W3C etc.

Infocert is in the forefront of the trust business in Europe. InfoCert is currently the leading European Digital Trust Service Provider, very active in research and innovation, helping its customers leverage the business value of the digital transformation.

Attendees (15)

Vipin Bharathan

Luca Boldrin


Daniel Bachenheimer

Miguel Jimenez

Alfonso Govela

Minutes (incomplete)

-Trust services (250 Private) - certification

-National Identity Schemes (not as successful)- Not open to private operators

-SSI vs. National Identity Schemes (eIDAS framework and SSI - there are some frictions)

-Electronic attestation of attributes. 

-European Digital Identity Wallets -

  • certification,
  • Cannot harvest and make public transactional or behavioral data 
  • required to be accepted  in member states,
  • must be accepted in the financial sector (as obeying the AML/KYC laws) 
  • very large on-line platforms




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