Tag: IDoT

  • SSI standards can counter electronics counterfeiting

    SSI standards can counter electronics counterfeiting

    Wider Team’s Damian Glover and Lubna Dajani will join our friend Michael Ford of Aegis Software at the SMTA Europe Counterfeit Electronics and Materials Symposium in Coventry 14-15 March 2023. This Wednesday before lunch will tell how Self-Sovereign Identity’s Decentralized Identifiers and Verifiable Credentials (SSI’s DIDs and VCs) can let electronics manufacturers overcome their standards…

  • Identity of Things: verifiable credentials are safer for IoT systems

    Identity of Things: verifiable credentials are safer for IoT systems

    Paper: “Capabilities-based access control for IoT devices using Verifiable Credentials”

  • Juicy Telemetry

    Juicy Telemetry

    For good and bad reasons, the makers of wind turbines and cars and ship engines and weather sensors choose to hide data.

  • Pervasive Identity

    Adam named all the animal species, according to some readings, about 5782 years ago. And the great David Kearns wrote about pervasive and ubiquitous identity back in 2013. Nine years later the explosive growth of ubicomp continues to spew sensing, thought, controls and talk into our buildings, cars, homes, medical devices, energy grids, and everything…

  • Identity of Things Grand Challenges

    Identity of Things Grand Challenges

    Wider Team helps our clients confront IoT grand challenges (our view based on field work). You know you’re challenged when… Grand Challenge Wider Brings: Your own IoT is becoming overwhelming. Your fleet is growing faster than you can know all the parties that make it work, touch your data, or threaten its integrity. Self knowledge…

  • Smarter IoT and Healthcare

    Smarter IoT and Healthcare

    In our Identiverse 2021 talk, we said AI is making healthcare’s Identity of Things more complex. “Ever smarter devices create gaps between identity capabilities of the latest devices and older ones.” Let’s expand a little. Artificial Intelligence will be a lot more pervasive by 2030. There’s been a lot of work at bringing smarts into…

  • IDoT Tempos: Cadence, Lifecycles, and the Long Now

    IDoT Tempos: Cadence, Lifecycles, and the Long Now

    So, a few notes on the rising tempo gaps between things, makers, humans, & flocks: 1. Devices can be in service for decades. Buildings. Tractors. Prostheses. Solar panels. Devices are often not supported through their whole lives, as their makers a. retire them as products or b. close as an enterprise, abandoning the devices. 2.…

  • Six months goes fast: December’s Predictions

    End-of-year predictions are fun. But the last six months were as surprising as the six before. How did we do?

  • “We need to talk…” UX for Identity of Things conversations

    ▶⏸⏯⏭⏪⏹⏺⏮⏩◀ Play, Pause, Step Back, Jump Ahead. Our iconography for linear navigation was lifted from olde technology, the VCR, which borrowed it from audio cassette players like the Sony Walkman that recycled commands from larger reel to reel audio tape machines. We need a new iconography for identity interaction. Which interactions? What are the identity…

  • Wider’s High Assurance Digital Identity Maturity Model

    Wider’s High Assurance Digital Identity Maturity Model

    High Assurance Digital Identity for #IoT (and #IoMT) doesn’t just happen. You have to build distinctive competence within your enterprise and without. This is our first draft.

  • High Assurance Digital Identity in Healthcare

    High Assurance Digital Identity in Healthcare

    We know we need High Assurance Digital Identity. But we don’t know what this is, exactly. However, to realize the full potential of Internet of Things (IoT) investment we must approach the Identity of Things (IDoT) differently than what we are accustomed to for the identity of persons. We believe the true value of IoT…

  • Quick and Dirty Maturity Modeling

    Quick and Dirty Maturity Modeling

    Would you like to be better? To be great with your Identity of Things? Wider Team talked with experts and friends about this for the last year. We grouped kinds of competencies and capabilities. And we’ve even seen some “walk before you run” dependencies. So, maturity models, right?   Specifics about our model are another post.…

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