CompTIA, the world's most trusted certifying body of IT professionals, launches a press release to announce the whitepaper co-authored by Elena Dumitrascu, CTO of Credivera and Co-Chair of the CompTIA Blockchain and Web3 Advisory Council.
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. – The emergence of decentralized digital identity as a powerful new tool to safeguard personal information is the subject of a new whitepaper published by CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce.
Produced by the CompTIA Blockchain and Web3 Advisory Council, “Decentralized Digital Identity & Self-Sovereignty” examines how this method of sharing personal information is reshaping IT security, giving individuals and organizations greater privacy and better control over where and how their information is used.
“Large organizations are deploying decentralized digital identity credentials to safeguard personal data and information,” said Elena Dumitrascu, Chief Technology Officer, Credivera, and co-chair of the CompTIA Blockchain and Web3 Advisory Council. “Small and medium-sized businesses will soon follow. Many organizations will look to their technology partners and providers for their guidance and expertise.”
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