Date(s) - May 18, 2018
One Great George Street
It’s been suggested the UK’s global leadership in emerging identity ecosystems is being challenged by a gap between new EU regulations around the permissible use of data and an alternative so called “Wild West” ethos of Silicon Valley. Meeting that challenge requires collaboration between the UK’s public and private sectors when there is also an urgent need to maintain the global interoperability of the UK’s banking and identity management systems.
Impending global Open Banking initiatives require both the public and private sectors to understand the implications of regulations and standards in the UK on the global identity ecosystem.
The UK landscape for identity in public services is itself at an “inflection point” compounded by government and private sector deliberations around a trust framework for the reuse of government-developed identity services, a subject which arouses plenty of opinion.
Some argue that progression requires engagement with industry to use common approaches where possible and get a governance structure that is acceptable locally and globally. At the same time a conversation is necessary over the practice and ethics of identity in public services.
This event will offer a forum for informed discussion around the adoption of identity in public services.
To find our more details on speakers and the conference agenda or to register visit the conference website: http://www.thinkdigitalidentityforgovernment.com/
To find out about speaking and sponsorship opportunities please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also pleased to confirm that the OIX President and Chairman Don Thibeau will be taking a session on The International Identity Picture.
OIX Members are able to take advantage of a £50 reduction on the ticket price to attend this event.
Please email email@example.com to obtain the discount code and further details.