OLYMPUS will address the challenges associated to the use of privacy-preserving identity management solutions by establishing an interoperable European identity management framework based on novel cryptographic approaches applied to currently deployed identity management technologies. In particular, OLYMPUS will employ distributed cryptographic techniques to split up the role of the online IDP over multiple authorities, so that no single authority can impersonate or track its users.
While the OLYMPUS framework implementation has been available for some time, an introduction to the codebase is now available at readthedocs.io.
The documentation can be found here and contains both documentation on the various APIs as well as concrete code samples.
It's not only the temperature cooling in January. OLYMPUS is also releasing a new cool deliverable!
D3.4 has just been published, with user experience guidelines based on empirical work and interviews conducted with volunteers.
Give it a read and find the 8 design guidelines for developing and deploying an OLYMPUS-based identity solution.
OLYMPUS was presented on 2020-11-04 at the 5th Academic Days on Open Government and Digital Issues organized by IMODEV (Paris).
For two days, legal experts in the field of IT law from all around the world discussed about cutting-edge topics in the area, most notably, fundamental rights and freedoms and surveillance, legal and social issues of AI or media bias and social media regulation.
OLYMPUS will employ distributed cryptographic techniques to split up the role of the online IDP over multiple authorities, so that no single authority can impersonate or track its users.