Decentralised Identity is a technology I’m passionate about and have written many posts and tools on as well as participating in hackathons. Microsoft’s Entra Verified ID solution is an offering I’ve been a part of from the early previews. It can be time consuming setting up and getting all the configuration items correct.… keep reading
Maybe you are new to verifiable credentials, or maybe you’ve been on the decentralised identity journey with us for many years. Either way if you’ve participated in the previews of Azure Active Directory Verifiable Credentials and more recently with Entra Verified ID you’ll know there are numerous steps to successfully creating, issuing and presenting a verifiable credential.… keep reading
It’s not going to be a surprise that I’ve been working with Decentralized Identity over the last couple of years. A common thing I find myself doing is checking/debugging DID documents. Like many others I started with tools like the ION Network Explorer for the ION network and pasting in DID Web URLs into a browser.… keep reading
This week Microsoft announced that Microsoft Entra Verified ID has moved from public preview to general release. This has been quite the journey with general release being postponed twice that I’m aware of. I’ve been actively following the development of it since I was first introduced to it at the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Summit in Redmond way back in March 2019.… keep reading
Update: 21 July '22 Our Identity for All hackathon submission was runner up finalist.
It’s only been four months since the last Microsoft Hackathon targeted at my area of expertise. And Microsoft are back with another one. This time it is the Microsoft Identity for All Hackathon again hosted by DevPost.… keep reading
Your Digital Identity is the foundation of who you are in our modern online world. In this session we take a quick trip down memory lane reminiscing on how our online digital identities have evolved and our early attempts at managing and securing them.… keep reading