Kaliya speaks and presents on self-sovereign identity and identity on the blockchain to a variety of audiences around the world. Below is a sampling of talks her talks.
Domains of Identity & Self Sovereign Identity Keynote at the MyData Conference, Helsinki, August 29, 2018. Slides
Introduction to Self-Sovereign Identity at the Decentralized Web Summit, San Francisco August 1, 2018.
Blockchain Vs. Cryptocurrencies at BridgeSF, May 23, 2018
Self-Sovereign Identity, RightsCon, Toronto Canada, May 18, 2018.
Identity is Changing: The Rise of Self-Sovereign Identity Infrastructure using Blockchain, May 2, 2018.
My Identiverse: The Evolution of Digital Identity and Openness, Plenary Digial Identity and Embodied Practice at What is Universe? University of Oregon, Portland April 19, 2018.
Personal Data, My Value Six Sense Making Diagrams in The Rise of the Personal Information Economy Workshop. at the Connected Marketer Summit January 2017 and at the Cloud Identity Summit June 2016 (Big diagram).
Personal Data as a Currency, Money 20/20, October 2016.
Identity 101, Pre-Identity North. June 2016
Ethical Market Models in the Personal Data Ecosystem, Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, October 2015, Huston
Updates from the Online Identity Battlefield co-presented with Aestetix at Hackers on Planet Earth 10, HOPE X in July 2014
Personal Clouds + Augmented Reality, at the Augmented Standards Meeting May 2013, New York City.
Identity and Context: People and Personal Data, EduServe, Nov, 2012, Birmingham, UK.
Identification and Social Justice, Cloud Identity Summit Closing Keynote with Bob Blakley of CitiGroup, July 2012
Your Identity / Your Data: What do Women Want? SD Forum Women’s Network June 2012
Stanford MediaX, Empowering Digital Self Determination, May 2012
Keynote Gartner Identity and Access Management Summit, London, 2012.
Talk at Personal Digital Archiving Conference
February 22, 2012
TEDxBrussels: Participatory Totalitarianism
November 22, 2012
Panel: Platforms for Personal Data, Strata Online, O’Reilly Conference, July 2011
Us, Our Organizations and the Evolving Social Web presentation for the Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network.
Internet Identity Workshop 10 Opening Talk – Looking at the History of the user-centric Identity community.
I spoke at Community 2.0, on Identity Across Communities – Tools for Making it Real. May 13, 2009 San Francisco, CA
This presentation will cover the core user-centric identity technologies that are emerging to support people being able to port their identifiers and information about themselves between websites. The goal is to make it easier for people to share information along with support the emergent social effects like trust that come from persistence across time and space and ultimately build stronger communities faster. The tools include OpenID, Open Social, Information Cards, The Relationship Button from Project VRM (Vendor Relationship Management).
I modified this same presentation for the Online Community Research Network phone presentation in August.
I spoke at the Oxford Internet Institute symposium on Global Legal and Policy Frameworks in Identity Management.
I facilitated a Peer 2 Peer session at the RSA security conference April 23,2009 10:40-11:30 on the topic Claims-Based Identity – What is the Business Case?
The user-centric identity community has been working on information cards an open standard for claims based identity architecture (as opposed to a network end-point architecture). The big question that arises is “what is the business case?” This session will be an open discussion around the existing and potential business models and cases for such a meta-system to emerge.
I facilitated a SXSW panel about OpenID, Oauth and the Enterprise with Joseph Smarr, Bob Blakley and Danny Kolke the CEO of Etelos.
The debate over identity, data and authentication is gaining ground in the social networking world. The more difficult discussion regarding enterprises and Web 2.0 has yet to start. Businesses realize that they must protect the data of their company, employees and customers. Join brave leaders from several Web Application companies that are beginning the discussion – Are OpenID and OAuth good for the enterprise?
Presented at the Nonprofit Software Development Summit, November 29, 2008, Oakland, CA.
Presented at Kids Online: Balancing Safety and Fun, November 14, 2008, Mountain View, CA.
MassTLC Innovation 08, October 2, 2008, Boston , MA.
Presented at Forum One Online Community Unconference June 18, 2008, Mountain View.
Net2 Conference, June 28, 2008, San Jose
Presented at Forum One Online Community Unconference East February 21, 2008 New York, NY.
Presentation about Identity Commons at the Internet Identity Workshop, December 3-5, 2007, Mountain View, CA.
Presented at Forsight Institute Vision Weekend, November 3-4, 2007 Sunnyvale, CA.
Presented at ShesGeeky October 22-23, 2007Mountain View, CA.
Gnomedex August 7-9, 2007, Seattle WA. Was selected MVP voted on stage from the audience.
Super Nova, Do you know where your Identity Is? panel, June 20, 2007, San Francisco.
Online Community Unconference June 6, 2007, Mountainview, CA.
Interneational Telecommunicaitons Union Focus Group on Identity Management, May 16-18, Mountainview, CA
Mix 07, April 30, 2007, Las Vegas, NV.
Interneational Telecommunications Union Focus Group on Identity Management April 23-5, 2007, Geneva.
Museums and the Web, Closing panel, April 14, 2007, San Francsico
Community 2.0March 11-14, Las Vegas NV.
South by Southwest Interactive March 9-13, Austin TX.
O’Reilly Emerging Telephony February 27-March 1 2007, Berlingame CA.
Nonprofit Software Development Summit Febuary 21-23 2006, Oakland CA.
Recent Changes Camp Feb 1-4, Portland.
Mobile Identity Workshop January 26, San Francisco, CA
Ruby on Rails Camp November 9, 2006, San Jose, CA
Office2.0October 11-12, 2006, San Francisco, CA
Won Award atDigital Identity World, Septmber 11-13, Santa Clara, CA
Foo CampAugust 25-27, 2006, Sebastepol
Green Digital Be-In April 22, 2006 San Francisco, CA
NTEN – Nonprofit Technology Conference March 22-24, 2006 Seattle
MooseCamp(at Archive.org) Febuary 10, 2006, Vancvouver, Canada
(at Archive.org) Open CMS and Blogging Tools Summit February 7-9, 2006, Vancouver, Canada.
Recent Changes Camp February 3-5, 2006, Portland, OR
Symposium on Social Architechure (at Archive.org) November 14-16 2005, Harvard.
Values, Vision and the Via Media (at Archive.org) October 13 2005, Washington CA.
Planetwork Conference June 5-6 2004, San Francico, CA