Wednesday

Room 1

11:40 - 12:40 (UTC+02)

Talk (60 min)

Building a Trust Framework for sharing health information with FAPI 2.0 as a technical security prof

Sharing health information is difficult because it is considered as highly sensitive. Data sharing via APIs will require both strict security measures and a high level of trust between the actors.

Steinar will share how this can be achieved by defining a trust framework that uses the security profile FAPI 2.0 as a technical basis for the trust relationships.

Steinar Noem

Steinar is a programmer at heart but spends most of his time on the "softer" parts of development. He has been working for the health sector in Norway for the past six years, where he has been involved in the development and establishment of the authentication service HelseID, and for the past couple of years, he has been involved in conceptualizing and establishing a common trust framework for data sharing for the health sector.

Steinar feels a genuine love for the OAuth Framework and OpenID Connect protocol and has a profound interest in the security mechanisms that make the protocols safer.