Identity Week Asia Agenda  

 

Singapore, 8 - 9 October 2019

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Oct 809:10
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Keynote Speech - Title TBC

Keynotes
Pasan Ratnayake, Controller General, Department of Immigration & Emigration, Sri Lanka
Oct 809:30
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Co-creating a trust ecosystem with Singapore’s national digital identity platform

Keynotes
Learn about Singapore’s national digital identity programme and how it will be the cornerstone for digitalisation for not only the public sector services, but also for the industries and businesses.
Oct 809:50
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Keynote Speech - Title TBC

Keynotes
James Jimenez, Director And Spokesperson, Philippines Commission On Elections
Oct 811:10
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Digital Identity on the Blockchain

Digital:ID
The phenomenon of blockchain has the power to transform the world of identity. This panel discussion will explore how it can enable self-sovereign identity, establishing regulatory frameworks to allow blockchain to achieve its potential, and the impact of new cryptocurrencies.
Oct 811:10
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Identity Myth Busters

Knowledge Theatre
ID Crowd & friends will debunk common myths and misunderstandings of digital identity by exploring misconceptions with reference to actual scenarios taken from experiences delivering digital identity in the real world.
Oct 811:15
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Successful Secure Credential Design - Title TBC

Security Document World
Oct 811:30
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Design of secure travel credentials

Security Document World
The standardization and introduction of eMRTDs is an example of a successful secure credential design. The presentation will cover the key considerations for a secure credential design, lessons learnt from the introduction of eMRTDS and how it is now being applied to the upcoming specification for Digital Travel Credentials(DTC).
Oct 811:30
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Identity for Aid and Sustainable Development - Title TBC

Planet Biometrics
Oct 811:45
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Successful Secure Credential Design - Title TBC

Security Document World
Oct 811:45
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Identity for Aid and Sustainable Development - Title TBC

Planet Biometrics
Oct 812:10
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Voice authentication, speaker verification, fraud detection - all in one

Knowledge Theatre
Paul takes a look at how a brand new generation of Voice Biometrics technology from Phonexia allows users such as banking, insurance and telco call and contact centres to be able to quicken and streamline customer interaction, improve overall the customer and employee experience, reduce unnecessary costs, heighten efficiency, increase security and detect fraud.
Oct 812:25
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Upping the security game with continuous authentication – Utilising context and behavioural data

Knowledge Theatre
Digital access should be simple and secure, regardless of the channel. Multi-factor authentication is no longer sufficient in today’s environment and needs to be augmented with additional factors before and more importantly, during a user session. This is where continuous and risk-based user authentication comes in, monitoring the entire session of a user by correlating the output of multiple anomaly detection modules. This is based on multiple attributes like behavioral biometrics, geo-location and device fingerprint which create very unique, digital user footprints. The results can then be combined into a customizable risk scoring, where the system can initiate mitigative actions should there be a suspected session hijacking. These methods of authenticating the true identity of users have to be employed continuously and seamlessly, together with a privacy mindset. Utilising context and behavioural data for continuous authentication is the next step forward in Identity and Access Management (IAM).
Oct 812:40
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Secure identification documents enabled by visionary substrate material concepts

Knowledge Theatre
The worldwide requirements for secure identification documents in the 21st century have changed drastically. The focus is towards the convenience and ease of citizen verification while instilling the latest security concepts to protect the citizens’ data.The continued industry trend towards the use of smartcards for core government identification programs brings renewed need for robust substrate materials to protect the citizen documents’ physical and electronic data.This presentation will introduce new innovative multi-layer polycarbonate technology enabling the integration of complex and specialized security features into identification documents.
Oct 812:55
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An alternative way to identity management

Knowledge Theatre
For effective utilization of a functional ID, the key is to have easy and secure access to the ID information which can be biometrically verified. Our solution offers issuance of unique digital ID based on biometric deduplication. The ID information is then encrypted using PKI and stored in a 2D barcode which can be either printed on a surface or displayed on the screen.We use our patented compression technology to encode and store relevant information in 2D barcode. This information typically contains demographics, ID number, biometric template for verification and face image that can be used for additional visual verification. The information can only be decrypted by the application having access to appropriate keys over a mobile device, offline!
Oct 813:15
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Cornerstones of e-Estonia

Keynotes
Margus will look at current eID solutions in Estonia, including ID-cards, Mobile-ID and Smart-ID. He will cover where these eID solutions are being used, for example in services and transactions, as well as how the project started and lessons learnt along the way.
Oct 813:35
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Thailand digital identity case: An amazing collaboration to solve common problems

Keynotes
This presentation will highlight how Thailand's National Digital Identity (NDID) model works and why the project can attract volunteers from government and private sectors. It is also important to discuss some of the key challenging problems, being faced with its implementation. Looking to the future it is clear the project has not reached its end, and there are more challenges to come.
Oct 814:00
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Roundtables

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Getting mobile biometric authentication into the mainstream...what will it take?
Online - always and everywhere? - Integrated and innovative approaches towards bridging physical & digital aspects of secure document design
Should centralising data into single stores be outlawed in light of increased data breach reporting?
The new global ISO mobile ID standard (ISO 18013-5) - electronic identification meeting global needs
Oct 814:45
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The relationship between cyber breaches and digital identities

Digital:ID
David Black will explain the concept of digital identity and identity trust together with the various risks and threats that digital identity can mitigate against, including identity theft and eligibility fraud.
Oct 814:50
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It’s Identity Jim, but not as we know it

Security Document World
We know what identity is, don’t we?We often work without a definition or, if we have one, we ignore it.When it comes to a collective understanding of identity, there is none. The only thing everyone seems to agree on is ‘identity is complex’. But why?Also why, despite being around for ages, is identity really only now becoming a critical issue?In the process of unpacking this complexity, things get a lot more simple if we remove the word ‘identity’ from our vocabulary.It’s Identity folks, but not as we attribute it!
Oct 814:50
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An initiative to create a seamless, efficient and secure end-to-end passenger experience

Planet Biometrics
As one of IATA’s key priorities, the One ID initiative aims to create a seamless, efficient and secure end-to-end passenger experience. One ID includes the introduction of a biometric identity management solution that spans all process steps and stakeholders in the end-to-end journey, from booking to arrival at destination and back, putting the passenger at the center. IATA’s presentation will share global and regional trends around One ID’s adoption and how the industry is working together to achieve a harmonized and interoperable One ID solution.
Oct 814:50
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Why is biometrics in the future of healthcare & not in the present?

Knowledge Theatre
There are a plethora of opportunities that come to mind for the use of biometrics in the Healthcare industry, yet it is one of the slowest industries to uptake. Hear about some of the things that are happening and not happening, andwhy.
Oct 815:00
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Identity fraud prevention and detection in the Australian health and welfare sector

Digital:ID
Oct 815:05
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Digital identity for development: World Bank perspectives on trends and lessons

Security Document World
The World Bank estimates there are one billion people around the world who lack any foundational ID such as a national ID or birth certificate. Many more people – potentially billions – have an ID, but it might not be able to reliably authenticate the holder. This situation undermines inclusive development in emerging economies, as well as growth of the digital economy. The World Bank’s Identification for Development (ID4D) Initiative is working in more than 35 countries to help build ‘Good’ digital ID and civil registration systems that align with the Principles on Identification for Sustainable Development, which have been endorsed by 25 international, regional, academic, private sector and UN organizations. This presentation will share insights from ID4D’s in-country work and research on the opportunities and challenges associated with digital ID in emerging economies.
Oct 815:05
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Doorstep biometric data capturing for seamless digital transformation

Planet Biometrics
Biometric information helps foolproof personnel identification, while eliminating avenues for impersonation. Therefore, Immigration Department of Sri Lanka endeavored to capture biometric information (photo and fingerprint) as per ICAO recommendations in order to establish a citizen biometric database for foolproof personnel identification. Initially, 1,500 photo studios islandwide were accredited to capture ICAO standard face images, and transmit data to the immigration department via an encrypted VPN using a web-based Private-Public Key Infrastructure.The extended infrastructure for capturing citizen biometric data help Sri Lanka to expeditiously establishes a comprehensive biometric database with no hassle for the citizens and authorities. This infrastructure is now being considered for establishing a Central Identity Verification Center that verifies personnel identities for private and public sector stakeholder organizations, online and on demand, as an extended service by the Government. The proposed central identity verification center will also act as a Central Authority (CA) to issue Digital Identity Certificates to facilitate online eKYC verifications by any organization.The proposed Central Identity Verification Center is to revolutionize the Digital Payments and Smart Contracting industries in Sri Lanka, while immensely helping to expedite the Digital Transformation endeavors of the country.
Oct 815:05
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Innovative mobile solutions linking health and identity

Knowledge Theatre
Access to digital identification is crucial to the efficient and effective delivery of health services. In places where individuals lack a unique patient identifier, where patient identification remains paper-based, or where health information systems are not interoperable, individuals are likely to receive inferior care and face distinct challenges when managing their health over time. While biometric identification is frequently used in financial services to verify and authenticate identity across systems, it has not been adopted widely in a healthcare context. This is due to many factors, including the cost of typical, clunky hardware platforms, the essential privacy and security considerations around sensitive patient health data, and the lack of available and appropriate solutions for infants and young children.The transformative power of mobile technology has been recognised as an important enabler in the health identification process. By 2018 the mobile industry had connected more than 5.1 billion people, creating ‘more than five billion points of contact between consumers, healthcare workers, and health system administrators. Mobile-enabled biometric platforms could therefore play a crucial role in facilitating the creation of unique health identities. This, in turn could help patients access timely, consistent and more affordable health services; widening access to low-cost health insurance; and improving the way patient information is shared and used.
Oct 815:15
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Identity, cybercrime and the darknet

Digital:ID
Cyber Criminals pose significant threats to individuals, organisations and nation states with devastating consequences.The speaker will highlight the motives, means and opportunities ofCyber Criminalsand the impact they are having on our society. He will show the changing threat landscape and why your business will be a target for Cyber Criminals. This session will cover identity theft, financial fraud, ransomware, organised crime and conclude with best ways to protect your business from Cyber Criminals.
Oct 815:20
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1 billion people are without legal identity - what is the UN doing?

Security Document World
In January 2018, the UN Secretary-General’s Executive Committee passed a decision (attached) mandating the Deputy SG to convene the UN system “on the broader issue of registration and legal identity.” This was an acknowledgement that separate agencies of the UN – UNDP, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNFPA, UN Women, etc. – had not necessarily been working together to realise Sustainable Development Goal Target 16.9 – “legal identity for all, including birth registration, by 2030.” In September 2018, as a means to get the UN system working together, the Deputy SG created the UN Legal Identity Experts Group, co-chaired by UNDP, UNICEF and UNDESA with an immediate plan as follows:- Agree on a common working definition of ‘legal identity’ with the World Bank.- Agree a common legal identity research agenda with the World Bank.- Agree a set of pilot countries for joint UN-World Bank collaboration in legal identity.
Oct 815:20
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Seamless travel - are we there yet?

Planet Biometrics
Paul Cross will discuss where we are at in the journey towards the international Seamless Travel experience. What is the status of this critical initiative, what is still evolving, what are the challenges and practical solution options at this point in time? This session will be important learning for executives and decision-makers confronted with the challenges of accurately identifying individuals while also dealing with the need to implement innovative digital self-service solutions that effectively manage rapidly growing volumes of customers.
Oct 815:20
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Transforming hospitals with facial recognition

Knowledge Theatre
Hospitals are chartered to serve communities with healthcare. They function like small cities, providing housing, transportation, retail operations, offices, food services, infrastructure, security, and emergency management. Hospitals facilitate a large and varying population of staff, patients, and visitors – including higher rates of vulnerable and impaired persons. Complex, and adaptive to technology, hospitals are ideal environments for secure, accurate facial recognition to solve numerous business and patient-care challenges, such as streamlining patient and visitor check-in, securing sensitive access points, verifying patient identities before surgery or prescription pick up, tracking exposure of infectious disease, and monitoring visitor traffic patterns.
Oct 815:30
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Facial Presentation Attack Detection; fundamental concepts

Digital:ID
As mobile phone based use cases for unsupervised customer/citizen onboarding and biometric authentication gain interest, there is a growing concern related to fraudulent usage of such applications.This concern is primarily based on the ease of spoofing such a system with a non-genuine biometric; in particular the use a picture or alternative representation of face to create a synthetic identity in a database, or to steal person’s identity by using a representation of their face to gain access to sensitive information or secure accounts.The ability to detect and to prevent these spoof attempts is an important design consideration for face based mobile biometric applications.This presentation introduces the fundamental concepts behind facial spoof detection, which is more properly known as facial “Presentation Attack Detection,” or facial PAD.
Oct 815:35
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Open Standards Identity API for National ID Ecosystems: Assuring interoperability and harmonization for sovereign ID programs

Security Document World
Directly addressing the lack of standardization, the SIA pioneering OSIA initiative (Open Standards Identity API - Application Program Interface) is resolving the interoperability and data sharing challenges created by the current lack of universal technical standards within today’s identity ecosystem.Developed within the SIA and endorsed by the world’s leading identity system vendors, this landmark initiative demonstrates an industry-wide commitment to breaking down the technical barriers to achieving the United Nations goal of establishing a legal identity for every citizen. The presentation will cover the issues the SIA is solving and the risks of not addressing the issue, as well as looking into the OSIA methodology and participation update and asking how the audience can get involved.
Oct 815:35
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Enhancing customer experience, efficiency and security at airports

Planet Biometrics
Today, the air transport community is experiencing unprecedented traffic growth. In 2018, airlines carried 4.3 billion passengers on scheduled services, an increase of 6.1% from 2017. This increase in passenger flow physically translates into longer waiting lines, from check-in to boarding, as well as flight delays. Passengers today are often stuck in a repetitive cycle of waiting in line for long periods and repeatedly pulling their passports and boarding passes out of their pockets at multiple checkpoints in their journey. This increases their frustration and level of stress. According to the latest projections, the number of travelers is going to double in under 20 years. The air transport community does not have enough time and resources to expand their infrastructures and it does not have the capacity to double the space already used by airports. To overcome this situation, it needs to optimize the use of existing infrastructures. A key solution is to implement new passenger processes: a change in focus from the masses to the individual and from the world of physical identity to the world of biometrics.
Oct 815:45
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The rise of synthetic IDs: Mitigating digital identity fraud to protect your business

Digital:ID
Businesses expect collateral damage in their never-ending battle against fraud. To create synthetic identities, fraudsters only need one true piece of your identity to combine with fake information and create an account that looks legitimate. Industry experts predict synthetic identity fraud will cost more than $2B a year, and the threat grows as fraudsters improve their tactics. To prevent customers from falling victim to synthetic identity fraud, fraud teams need a multi-pronged approach that implements emerging technologies to help them uncover synthetic identities quickly. This talk will show how to discover fake identities, remove them promptly, and maintain user trust.
Oct 816:15
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Oct 816:40
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Why is evidence of identity vital for secure credentials

Security Document World
The world has made significant progress in the field of secure credential technology. Over one hundred countries, for example, successfully deploy chip based biometric ePassports. However, this has led for example, to a surge in individuals assuming false identities in order to obtain genuine documents. There is also the recent trend towards digital identity which also more increasingly depends on secure linkages with foundational identity of the individual.Civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) for example is an essential ingredient using which countries establish their national identity and identification processes that also embody the political and legal framework both nationally and internationally.How are all these to be connected in the digital age? What does it mean for state security and individual empowerment? This paper endeavors to address the issues involved and the current directions.
Oct 816:40
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Biometrics in Identity: Building Inclusive Futures and protecting Civil Liberties

Planet Biometrics
In a world where the capture and use of the individual’s biometry is growing, policy makers must be aware how best to develop approaches that are appropriate to the specific use case, operationally viable, secure, and sensitive to the needs of citizens and users. This presentation will help delegates build a detailed understanding of the complex social, cultural and technical interdependencies when planning for, and designing, biometrically-enhanced identity systems. It will also help policy-makers to formulate inclusive and effective biometric strategies – addressing wider socio-political imperatives, data security, and individual privacy considerations.
Oct 816:40
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Exploring the evolution of digital ID across the world – A digital identity ecosystem comparison

Digital:ID
While the concept of identity remains unchanged - the rapid evolution of digital technology has dramatically extended both application and form factor. In today’s connected world, our proof of identity is making it to the smartphone. Perhaps more significantly, for law makers, enforcers and users, it is the application of this kind of digital technology that is incredibly exciting.Of course, as technologies and services evolve, so must the controls. Government-derived identity remains the starting point for ensuring every digital identity matches the correct individual.While exploring the issues, investigating the evolution of identity from physical to digital, and the opportunities and challenges this represents – for issuing authorities, law enforcement and the user, the presentation is highlighting successes in several countries across the world.
Oct 816:50
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Public Perceptions and Good Practice: How to Implement Biometrics Responsibly

Planet Biometrics
Recent news on biometrics has raised concerns about the use of the technology, in particular Facial Recognition (FR). According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), in only four years, facial recognition software got 20 times better at searching a database to find a matching photograph. The use of machine-learning software has contributed to this development and concerns over AI and ethics have also begun to occupy the headlines. With such speed of development, it is nearly impossible for regulators, legislators or standards developers to keep at pace. It is therefore even more important for the biometrics community to agree on recommended good practices for biometrics and help clear up some of the myths around the technology that have contributed to the heated debate.This panel of experts will discuss:·What are some of the good news stories around biometrics especially in a law enforcement and border management context? ·What “myths-information” do we need to clear up to address some of the fear around biometrics?·Do we need regulation of FR? How do we address total bans? ·Are there differences in how we approach different use cases e.g. in law enforcement, on smart phones or in social media? What are the benefits versus the risks?·What good practices are already available and how can organisations put these into use?
Oct 816:55
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The fight against the forger

Security Document World
Andre will take you into the world of the forger. Into the fight against the forger. The fight against terrorism, people smuggling, human trafficking and of course ID fraud.A presentation full of interaction and special light and sound effects.He would like to say, especially let yourself be surprised.
Oct 816:55
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Mobilising digital identity

Digital:ID
Strong credentials on phones are available either directly or as derived credentials for citizens, employees and government workers. While these can be used for browser access to private resources, architectural constraints have made it difficult to extend to the most convenient client platform – mobile apps.This presentation describes an architecture to enable secure, multi-application access to shared credentials on mobile devices. It references a national identity solution currently being deployed, and assesses its applicability to government and commercial environments.
Oct 817:10
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Latest industry concepts to enable secure ID cards & passports

Security Document World
Governments today face evolving threats to identification documents such as counterfeiting, alteration and identity theft (impersonation) – both physical & digital.With the global trend towards the convergence of physical & digital identity, best practices to mitigate document attacks are to design identification documents with layered security starting from the document construction stage using robust substrate material as a chainmail for enhanced security that are - easy to verify while difficult to replicate.This presentation will introduce the industry’s latest All-in-One ID & Passport security concepts leveraging polycarbonate material starting at the document creation process to the time of issuance.
Oct 817:10
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Instilling digital citizenship skills through education: A Malaysian perspective

Digital:ID
The increasing presence of technology in the learning environment poses a new challenge to keeping children safe in the digital world. In line with CyberSecurity Malaysia’s overarching mission of creating and sustaining a safer cyberspace to promote national sustainability, social well-being and wealth creation, the CyberSAFETM program is implemented focusing on outreach and capacity building. However, the unprecedented development of social media and the increasing access to smart phones present a new challenge to parents and educators alike.This presentation shares CyberSecurity Malaysia’s experience as the impetus in establishing the digital citizenship initiative with key stakeholders that deliver various education programs, with focus on managing identity fraud threats and galvanising citizens towards self-regulation.

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Oct 909:05
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Improving citizen experience with digital identity

Keynotes
Australia is transforming the way citizens access government services. There are some common things people find frustrating, such as having to go into an office to access services or being asked to provide the same information to different agencies.We can only go so far in improving these experiences without a robust and re-usable digital identity, that helps people to prove who they are online, protects their privacy and ensures their identity information is kept safe.The Digital Transformation Agency is working across government and industry to build a federated digital identity ecosystem connect to a range of services. Jonathan will discuss how this is being rolled out,and the opportunities to improve service delivery while protecting privacy and security.
Oct 909:25
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Harmonisation of databases as a panacea for the use of questioned breeder documents

Keynotes
Generally speaking, countries all over the world had consistently made efforts to strengthen the system architecture of the issuing processes as well as security features of their respective Passports and other travel documents, as a deliberate strategy in curbing the nefarious activities of fraudsters. However, one prominent challenge that had undermined such efforts is the use of questioned breeder documents usually submitted in support of applications for travel documents.This challenge has been further exacerbated by the reality of the high risk and cost of securing fake travel documents and the sophistication in authentication by control authorities. This keynote address will attempt to postulate that as identity documents become more cross-referenced through harmonisation of biometric databases, it will become more difficult for fraudsters, especially in Nigeria, to obtain passports and other travel documents, using compromised breeder documents.
Oct 910:05
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Keynote Speech - Title TBC

Keynotes
Bimal Gandhi, Chief Executive Officer, Uniken Inc.
Oct 910:40
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Document Authentication - Emerging Concepts

Knowledge Theatre
In an age of realistic fakes the need to authenticate a document has never been stronger, join experts as they unpack the latest concepts in this space.
Oct 911:15
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Bridging the Gap: Physical Credentials in the Digital World - Speech Title TBC

Security Document World
Oct 911:15
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Sensor-on-card biometrics: Current overview

Planet Biometrics
An update of the current landscape for sensor-on-card biometrics in the payments space, with new customer feedback from Visa’s most recent pilots, a roadmap for certification, and future outlook.
Oct 911:15
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Everyone matters: Enabling identity for everyone

Digital:ID
In today’s digital world, high consumer expectations of privacy, security and convenience drive the need for high quality solutions that deliver an exceptional customer experience. Globally, the need for robust identity verification systems is growing in parallel with the need to remove friction from the process. Some countries have already adopted a national identity framework and Regis Bauchiere will lead a discussion about some examples from around the world, including his personal experiences in India. Some of the common factors guiding the development of any identity ecosystem will be presented, including accessibility and providing consumers with a choice of channels to help them simply and securely prove who they are in an inclusive way. Australia’s identity ecosystem will be discussed, including the role of digital identity, the economic value it can deliver, and how digital channels can be used to increase identity assurance and reduce friction for citizens in future identity moments.
Oct 911:30
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Integrated and innovative approaches towards bridging physical & digital aspects of secure document design

Security Document World
In a time of coexistence of physical as well as digital credentials it becomes ever more important to bridge security between the two. Integrated and innovative approaches towards secure ID document design allow the physical document and state-of-the-art security-features to serve as platforms for mobile App assisted inspection of identity documents.
Oct 911:30
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The future is now: What do biometrics, AI, robotics and commerce have in common?

Planet Biometrics
We pay with cards, contactless, mobile payment and biometrics, but how will payments in the future be different compared to now? Technology maturation led to seamless cross industries collaborations evolving to AIoT, and payment will be an integral part of all services. This will make ecommerce no longer with an “e” but just commerce, as online and offline become seamless and factionless. Businesses need to move from transactional to experiential to bespoke. What is next?
Oct 911:30
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Beyond passwords: FIDO and the future of strong authentication

Digital:ID
As one of the most dynamic and flourishing global financial centres in the world, Hong Kong is embracing technology to make financial transactions safer, speedier and more convenient for users. Mr. Andrew Cheng will share the current landscape of biometric authentication applications in Hong Kong, as well as adoption trends of FIDO Universal Authentication Framework (UAF). Everything from bank transactions to sports betting – millions of transactions using FIDO authentication are processed in Hong Kong every month. Riding on the digital transformation trend in the banking and financial servies, Mr. Cheng will demonstrate how FIDO authentication is built into existing mobile apps to make online authentication simpler and stronger for users.
Oct 911:45
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Time is Money: How RFID and Blockchain combine for digitization without dematerialization

Security Document World
Digitalization continues to offer many opportunities to improve efficiencies within the Trade Finance and Logistics Industry - particularly as the push for “Paperless” becomes more widespread. However, paper documentation and physical proof are still the legal norm in most jurisdictions. Bridging the physical world with the digital is still proving to be one of the biggest obstacles to mass adoption. By using the power of Blockchain with the convenience of RFID, digitizing without dematerialization insures legal compliance without losing trade momentum.
Oct 911:45
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Innovation with best practice for biometrics in payments

Planet Biometrics
As the financial services world continues to become less secure financial services providers, card manufacturers and issuers need to address more security challenges. Biometric payment cards, using fingerprints, make identification and authentication simple, secure yet personal.Most international payment schemes have launched biometric payment card pilots and consumers are demanding them.
Oct 911:45
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So you think you can two factor?

Digital:ID
Every major company has adopted two-factor authentication, yet the news is still full of stories about account takeovers and data breaches. Why has 2FA not proven to be the one-stop security fix it was promised to be? The answer lies in understanding what it means to properly augment your authentication with a second factor. Nishant Kaushik explores how not all factors are created equal, and shows how complexity and vulnerabilities creep in from typically ignored supporting systems. He’ll discuss how regulations and business going omnichannel impact deployments, and critical steps organizations must take to encourage adoption.
Oct 912:15
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The Future of Identity and Access Management

Knowledge Theatre
With the global identity and access management market growing by over 15% annually, identity professionals will discuss how to meet challenges around governance, mitigating cybersecurity risks, and keeping up with an increasingly mobile-dominated world.
Oct 913:10
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Key privacy and identity trends: A global update

Keynotes
Identity is central to privacy, and privacy attitudes, legislation, and practices have changed profoundly in the last two years. What does this mean, and why is “the new privacy” important for all identity systems stakeholders to understand? This talk identifies the hot spots and gives a thorough report and analysis on the major new privacy trends and legislation that are impacting digital identity, biometrics, and government ID systems internationally. The discussion includes key case studies and a look forward at what is coming next in privacy and identity systems. Questions from the audience are welcome during the talk.
Oct 913:30
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India’s experience with identity linked benefit transfers

Keynotes
How Aadhaar (India’s digital ID) has enabled targeted delivery of benefits, subsidies and services to beneficiaries. This will cover the role of Aadhaar as an identifier, as a financial address, and as an instrument in financial transactions.
Oct 914:00
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Kiss the border

Security Document World
We all are aware of the role of border control.Officials are just like goal keepers, facilitating the legitimate travel as well as safeguarding the security of the nation.With rocket shooting volume of global movements, border authorities are likewise facing huge and wide range of challenges.How to KISS the border:KnowIdentity (of a traveller)Swiftly and seamlesslyIn a Smart way (in the border)would be useful to stakeholders.Raymond will in 15 minutes, share with the audience his vision and knowledge to kiss the border in the most fashionable way.
Oct 914:00
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Facial recognition: The good, the bad, the future

Planet Biometrics
Face recognition has been on the rise and not a week will pass these days without a piece of news on it in the mainstream media.This presentation will take a quick look on how this technology works, what are the recent advancement, how it has grown exponentially and evolved in the last couple of years.I will also explore how face recognition has been deployed in various use-cases. Moving forward, what are some of the challenges for the technology and implementers, and what values and implications it has on important issues like privacy and misuse that technology providers and users need to be aware of.
Oct 914:00
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Trust in the digital economy

Digital:ID
As the digital economy dominates, and the internet moves from an advertising funded model to a commerce funded model, service providers need secure and convenient ways of building trust with their customers. To address this economy wide need, the Australian Payments Council led a programme of collaborative work to create a trust framework. The framework is designed to create interoperability between multiple competing customer facing solutions, delivering on privacy, choice and innovation goals.
Oct 914:15
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Who's Wally?

Security Document World
In today’s modern society, travelling between countries and crossing borders has become frequently easier and normal. Means of easier travelling leads to an increase in the number of people who immigrate to other countries, many of whom seek asylum in search for a better life. Some of these asylum seekers will hide their true identity in order to achieve benefits or to commit crime. Therefore, a very important part of the work of the immigration service is to establish the true identity of a person at the earliest stage possible, both from a safety and crime fighting point of view, but also to make the decision making process as fair and equal as possible. This presentation will show you some of the routines and methods the National Police Immigration Service Norway has at hand, and how they can be applied in order to combat and prevent the use of fake or altered identities.
Oct 914:15
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From nothing to hide to nowhere to hide - facial recognition and civil liberties

Planet Biometrics
Oct 914:15
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Digital:ID - The Role of Digital Identity in the Future of Financial Services - Speech title TBC

Digital:ID
Oct 914:30
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Correct photo capture requirements: Critical to ensure accurate Smart Gate Boarder and enrolment matching

Security Document World
John will cover correct Photo Capture requirements for MRTD's ( Machine Readable Travel Documents ) to ensure enrolled images are correct and true likeness of the applicant ensuring a higher rate of accuracy of matching live scans vs. enrolled images. John will demystify correct illumination and camera optics. John will also demonstrate ID Station Biometric Passport Photo system.
Oct 914:30
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Digital Identity on the Blockchain – reusable, secure and regulated

Digital:ID
KYC processes are the foundation to AML efforts for regulated businesses. Despite the importance of of these processes and legal regulatory requirements, many financial institutions are still using time-consuming manual processes. These processes are tiresome and customers are frustrated with the onerous and repetitive requirements.Emerging technologies present solutions to these existing problems. The use of blockchain technology enhances security and reduces the effort in KYC information gathering for regulated entities.
Oct 914:45
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Risk Mitigation at the border – a best practices approach to identity authentication

Security Document World
Risk at a border point results from the inability of the traveler identity to be properly assessed. The technologies and processes used to assess the genuineness and authenticity of the claimed identity are the keys to the mitigation of risk. Therefore, this technology should be implemented to thwart the underlying criminal or terrorist activity that is being supported by a fraudulent identity claim.This session reviews the types of document fraud being encountered today; several mitigation measures that can be readily implemented to address this issue; and deployment considerations of each type of border control point (primary; secondary; kiosk; mobile).
Oct 914:45
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Analyzing face recognition contemporary myths

Planet Biometrics
Lately there has been lots of discussion around face recognition topics such as accuracy, gender bias and racial bias. What might be true in certain contexts, and what might be misinformation?
Oct 914:45
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The role of digital identity in the future of customer experience for financial services

Digital:ID
We have pushed the mountains of compliance (KYC, AML, PCI, PSD2, Personal Data Protection Act, GDPR, CBPR, FACTA, etc) into the consumer's hands causing dreadful customer experience. There is a better way to treat customers that you value, that you want to buy multiple products and that you want to stay loyal to your business. The solution is two-fold: a change in the current mindset on customer experience and the implementation of new technology.Digital Identity technology for customer onboarding is a key part of this. It combines seamless customer experience with secure data delivery for compliance. Key elements of this are mobile to mobile (M2M) and new blockchain-based distributed storage technologies. There is now a new way to relate to your customers.
Oct 915:40
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Digital ID - an agent for change

Security Document World
Digital ID is an essential tool in the modern age which enables us to prove that who you say you are, and that makes it an important building block for social and economic development. Digital IDs promote working for the good, they are designed for inclusion, and inspires improvements in quality of life for all, while an ID is necessary for availing access to services like education, healthcare, & state sponsored welfare programmes. There are over 1.5 billion people deprived of a basic ID and India has plenty of them. Abhishek will share his thoughts on experiences in India on how they got the system to be inclusive and built the ecosystem of platforms and application for electronic service delivery, as well as how that changed for good for both the nation and people.
Oct 915:40
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Trusted privacy-enhancing identity delivered? Where's the evidence?

Digital:ID
Oct 915:55
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What identity means and how it can create identity inclusion

Security Document World
Forget Financial Inclusion. We need to tackle Identity Inclusion first.The benefits of identity inclusion has been recognised by almost every international agency. It’s a UNDP Goal (16.9) to provide everyone with a legal identity by 2030, but the way we’re currently approaching this is wrong. To achieve a Universal Digital Identity, we need to bust persistent myths about what an identity is – and what it needs to be in a digital age.Francesco will share insights around the value of digital vs digitized identities, government vs decentralised, social vs legal – and the simple steps we can take to make identity inclusion a reality in the next 5 years.
Oct 915:55
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Biometrics and human rights in the digital age

Digital:ID
Oct 916:10
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Connecting the last mile

Security Document World
The most important challenge in the world today and No 1 of the 17 UN Sustainable development goals for 2030 is “No Poverty”, lifting the remaining billion people above the poverty line.Of those in poverty, the vast majority are in farming, fishing or part of their usually remote rural communities. Good organizations worldwide are investing trillions to address SDG1 but they struggle to reach and connect with these people efficiently.You cannot eliminate poverty without solving financial inclusion, and you cannot address financial inclusion, at scale, without technology inclusion and digital identity.AgUnity are helping transform the lives of people in low income rural communities with smartphone and blockchain technology that is relevant to them because it is easy to understand and solves real problems.
last published: 20/Sep/19 10:15 GMT