Technical standards in blockchain technologies
The training aims at giving professionals working in, or close to, blockchain and distributed ledger technologies an overview of technical standardization in those fields, and how Luxembourg is involved. The course presents the principles of technical standardization, especially in ISO, IEC, CEN, and CENELEC, describes which international and European tech-nical committees treat the topic of blockchain and distributed ledgers, and goes into the content of certain fundamental standards, namely from ISO and ETSI.
LEARNING OUTCOMES AND OBJECTIVES
- Learn fundamental aspects of technical standardization and how Luxembourg is involved
- Be aware of which major technical standardization committees work on blockchain and distributed ledger technologies
- Discover the content of fundamental standards published by certain important committees
- Discover which blockchain topics are currently tackled by certain important committees
1 - Overview of technical standardization in Luxembourg
- Principles of technical standardization
- The major Standards Developing Organizations (SDOs) ISO, IEC, ITU-T, CEN, CENELEC, ETSI
- The standards drafting process in ISO, IEC, CEN, and CENELEC
- Luxembourg’s involvement
2 - Major blockchain and distributed ledger technology technical committees
- ISO/TC 307 Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies
- CEN/CENELEC/JTC 19 Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies
- ETSI ISG PDL Permissioned Distributed Ledgers
- The work in ITU-T
3 - A peek into certain standards
- Fundamental deliverables, such as ISO 22739:2020 Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies — Vocabulary, or ETSI GR PDL 004 V1.1.1 (2021* 02) Permissioned Distributed Ledgers (PDL) Smart Contracts System Architecture and Functional Specification
- Security deliverables, such as ITU-T X.1402 (07/2020) Security framework for distributed ledger technology
- Deliverables on other applications
4 - The topics of ongoing projects in major blockchain and distributed ledger technology technical committees
- Interaction and collaboration
- Theoretical and practical aspects
A qui s'adresse la formation?
The targeted audiences for these trainings are learners with similar backgrounds as beginners to mid-level IT knowledge. They can be non-IT professionals with a basic IT knowledge.
It is recommended to have basic knowledge in the field of ICT.
A certificate of participation issued by ILNAS, recognized training organization, will be provided at the end of the course.
The course can be delivered on demand.
The course may be provided at our offices or within your organization.