Effective B2B Data Sharing relies on the agreement to use common frameworks and protocols. No new frameworks and protocols should need to be built when existing proven technologies such as the i4Trust Framework are readily available and in common use. The fundamental technologies underpinning the process of data sharing are the use of a common trustworthy security framework identifying participants and roles and a common structured definition of payloads and protocols to be used when transferring data between trusted parties.
i4Trust brings software that works now!, aligned with first results of the DSBA Technology Convergence Task Force (first Minimum Viable Framework available):
- Compatible with iSHARE and any other Trust Anchor Services implementing DSBA specifications (compatible with EBSI);
- Open source components available on GitHub, integrated as part of the FIWARE Catalogue, data spaces participants can deploy and operate.
A Local Expert in B2B Data Sharing (LEBDS) should be able to explain the need for such frameworks and deeply understand how they operate and how the network of trust and interoperability is created.
The webinar Local Expert in B2B Data Sharing explains the role and background required for a LEBDS and provides a walkthrough of the certification process and explains how it is run and how to study to take the exam.
– Gregor Burger (Project Manager, DIH Slovenia)
– Rajiv Rajani (CTO, iSHARE Foundation)
– Jason Fox (Technical Evangelist, FIWARE Foundation)
Audience: iHubs, Community, Developers
1:09 What is an LEBDS? Background and History
6:08 The role of FIWARE and iSHARE within Data Spaces
20:48 The Role of the Examiners, Marking and Grading
26:32 Body of Work
29:06 NGSI Interfaces
31:54 FIWARE Catalogue : Core
33:40 FIWARE Catalogue : IoT Agents
33:55 FIWARE Catalogue : Security
36:09 Architectural Scenario
45:38 Conclusions and Opportunities for Local Experts in B2B Data Sharing
47:32 Summary and Useful Links