In episode 68 of the “Let’s Talk About Digital Identity” Podcast, Bo discusses all things eIDAS 2.0.
What eIDAS 2.0 is and how it differs from eIDAS 1.0, the opportunities with Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) and eReceipts, public and private sector involvement, what the world can learn from the Nordics for projects like eIDAS and GAIN; and how smaller players can influence the Commission’s decisions.
MyData is a human-centric approach to personal data management, which combines industry need for data with digital human rights.
MyData is an alternative vision which offers guiding technical principles for how we, as individuals, can have more control over the data trails we leave behind in our everyday actions. The core idea is that we should have an easier way to see where our personal data goes, specify who can use it, and alter these decisions over time.
Bo Harald has been named as one of the most influential technologists of the 20th century by Institutional Investor, and has been awarded for advancing the Information Society by the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communications.
He currently works as an independent advisor at Findy.fi, a Senior Advisor at the Finnish Council of Regulatory Impact Analysis, a Founder and Steering Committee member at MyData.org, and with the publicly funded Real Time Economy programme. He also has an active role in the Finnish eIDAS 2.0 workgroups.
Find Bo’s open letter to the EU Commission posted on Finextra.