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A Model For Assessing The Adherence of E-Identity Solutions To Self-Sovereign Identity

Abstract

Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) represents a new concept to manage digital identities, aiming to empower individuals by giving them control over their data. However, the concept is still elusive, and many design patterns coexist without an agreed-upon standard which allows anyone to build identity systems while declaring adherence to SSI. We contribute by formalizing a definition of Self-Sovereign Identity and a corresponding evaluation model of digital identity solutions. We then demonstrate our model value with an in-depth analysis of VIDchain, a business product that promotes Self-Sovereign Identity services in compliance with European regulations. Ultimately, our analysis discusses the quest for a perfect SSI solution and supplies end users with a tool to choose the SSI e-identity solution that best fits their needs.
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hal-04558484 , version 1 (25-04-2024)
hal-04558484 , version 2 (29-04-2024)

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Cristian Lepore, Romain Laborde, Jessica Eynard, Mohamed Ali Kandi, Giorgia Macilotti, et al.. A Model For Assessing The Adherence of E-Identity Solutions To Self-Sovereign Identity. 12nd World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (WorldCist 2024), Lodz University of Technology, Mar 2024, Lodz, Poland. à paraître. ⟨hal-04558484v2⟩
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