"The Linux Foundation has partnered with the Covid-19 Credentials Initiative, a collective of more than 300 people representing dozens of organizations across five continents..."
"LFPH extends exposure risk notifications playbook to privacy-driven vaccination credentials by hosting the COVID-19 Credentials Initiative."
"A network of tech companies called the Covid-19 Credentials Initiative is trying to set standards for vaccine certificates, while..."
CCI Global Implementation Forum provides a platform for sharing and exchanging information and ideas on any issues and topics related to the implementation of health credentials, with an initial focus on COVID credentials. This includes but not limited to:
CCI Geo-Specific Groups provide platforms for community members to have conversations around a particular region that requires focus and continuity. These conversations may initially happen at our Global Implementation Forum and evolve into a Geo-Specific Group. The activities of the Geo-Specific Groups include but not limited to:
CCI Task Forces conduct product/spec development to meet short-term and mid-term market needs by filling in the gaps of existing standards and technology. The work is usually identified through conversations in our Global Implementation Forum and Geo-Specific Groups or insights from our staff and community members. The Task Force can be set up for a one-time defined deliverable or an area that requires continuous development work.
As CCI kicked off a new journey as an independent entity within the Linux Foundation, we will continue to commit ourselves to keeping CCI as an open and global community that welcomes diverse perspectives and constructive feedback. To that end, we made our first big move in this new journey to release the Digital Health Credential System Implementation Guide V1 for public review and consumption and launching our community Discord to provide a forum for ongoing discussions and development of the Guide.
Here is our why and how we joined LFPH with the invitation letter we received from Brian Benhlendorf, the newly appointed Executive Director of LFPH.
Tangem, a CCI participating company extended the use of their NFC-enabled cards from storing digital currencies to verifiable credentials.
A case study on the key challenges that arose in CCI's efforts to responsibly use new privacy-preserving technologies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.