Peter Seidinger | Bid & Sales Manager
Mühlbauer ID Services GmbH | United States

Peter Seidinger, Bid & Sales Manager, Mühlbauer ID Services GmbH

Security Document World - Day 1: Building Effective Identity Foundations
"Solutions 2020 - Consolidated Identity Management"

Nowadays, more than 2 billion people lack any form of officially recognized identification, three quarters of them living in developing countries. To achieve a comprehensive development aid and ensure good governance, it is advisable to close this identity gap by means of state-of-the-art biometrics and technology. This presentation looks at individually tailored solutions to close this identity gap.

Mr. Seidinger has gained substantial experience with identity solutions worldwide through the architecture, preparation, and submission of international public bids. Through this role Mr. Seidinger has been part of numerous projects in the realm of eID-Cards, ePassports, Driver’s Licenses, Tax-Cards and more. One of his main tasks as Sales & Bid Manager at Mühlbauer is the development of sound solutions tailored to the requirements and needs of our clients and partners. 
Mr. Seidinger is an experienced member of our Sales and Bidding team. He has over 7 years of experience in the fields of Government ID Solutions, Professional Sports (Biomechanics and Exercise) as well as Medical Technologies. Prior to Mühlbauer Mr. Seidinger worked at a manufacturer for professional sports and medical rehabilitation equipment. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Business and Management (honors) at the University of South Wales. 


Day 1 @ 10:55

Building Effective Identity Foundations

For credentials to be secure not only does the document itself need to be of high quality but there needs to be systems to ensure only the right people are gaining access to them. This session will explore how we can provide everyone with a legal identity while also making sure only those with rights to those identity documents can access them.
last published: 17/Jun/19 13:35 GMT
last published: 17/Jun/19 13:35 GMT

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