The group’s membership has significantly expanded since the inaugural meeting in Sydney.
Earlier this month, I took part in the second meeting of the ISO/TC 307 blockchain and distributed ledger technologies in Tokyo, Japan.
The group’s membership has significantly expanded since the inaugural meeting in Sydney. There were some 150 delegates, across 41 participating and observing members, present. Standards Australia, once again, provided skilled secretariat support.
The meeting was a success, creating three formal working groups, in keeping with the primary structure ISO uses for standards development. These working groups will focus on the following key areas:
Three study groups will run in parallel with the above working groups, producing reports and recommendations to the parent technical committee. The activities of the study groups include:
The third meeting will be held in London in mid-2018. Details from the first meeting, in April 2017, can be viewed on our blog post. Please get in touch if you would like more information about our contribution to the Security, Privacy and Identity working group.
Written by Nick Cliff, our Emerging Technology Lead