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Covering all the latest identity issues in Security Documents, Digital ID, and Biometrics

Singapore, 14 - 15 October 2020

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Oct 1409:10
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Oct 1409:35
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ICAO Traveller Identity Programme (TRIP) - Enhancing Trust in the Travel Continuum

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Christiane will provide an update on ICAO TRIP work and the new technical specifications being developed to support the new emerging demands due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Oct 1410:00
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Utilising biometrics in response to current border challenges

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Over the last couple of years the United States has faced unprecedented back to back border crises, with over 19,000 migrants in custody at one point in 2019. Jason Thompson will explain how the United States Border Patrol is meeting challenges at the border by utilising biometric initiatives to combat family fraud and human trafficking, with reference to use of new technology during the crisis and into the COVID-19 pandemic ,as well as considerations that should be taken into account when working with children.
Oct 1410:30
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Forgeries, Fakes and Counterfeits: Fighting Document Fraud

Secure Credentials: Challenges and Opportunities
Document fraud is a huge threat to the national security of countries in Asia and beyond. This opening session of the Secure Credentials channel delves into the latest document fraud trends across Asia and beyond, as well as new initiatives to detect forgeries, fakes and counterfeits.
Oct 1410:30
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Modern Online Authentication Systems

Digital Identity in an Online World
New research shows customers may be put off completing online transactions when asked to authenticate payments they intend to make, or if the process of authentication is not smooth. With momentum gathering for 2FA and a future without passwords, discover the latest ideas around making the authentication experience of tomorrow a secure and seamless process.
Oct 1411:30
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Fighting Back Against Digital Identity Fraud

Digital Identity in an Online World
The isolation of worldwide lockdowns this year have presented criminals with new opportunities for phishing, and this only adds to already existing trends in the rise of synthetic IDs, account takeover and SIM swap fraud. This panel will explore solutions which utilise digital identity to fight back against the fraudsters.
Oct 1411:30
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On the Horizon: Enhancing Tomorrow’s Secure Credentials

Secure Credentials: Challenges and Opportunities
The integrity of a physical identity document remains crucial to its security, and this remains relevant even in an increasingly digital world. Discover the latest concepts around security printing, secure substrates, and how cutting-edge security features are changing the security document landscape.
Oct 1413:30
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Emerging Digital Identity Approaches for Financial Services

Digital Identity in an Online World
Recent technology advances have enabled financial services to transform at a quick rate, with APAC a key region in this global drive. Panellists will discuss how emerging digital identity approaches can continue this momentum, including new ways of onboarding new customers and innovations in the payments space.
Oct 1413:30
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Public Key Infrastructure and the ICAO PKD - foundation of the ePassport and the future of digital identity - a hands-on workshop

Secure Credentials: Challenges and Opportunities
Public key infrastructure (PKI) underpins the security of international identity documents, with ICAO defining how such infrastructure should work in its international travel document specifications (Doc9303). This interactive workshop will provide participants with an opportunity to learn how this PKI allows industry and state authorities to securely incorporate electronic processes for identity verification in their processes. Furthermore, following a short overview of ICAO’s on-going work on digital identity, participants will have the chance to discuss the relevance of PKI and the importance of the ICAO Public Key Directory – a vital component of the current PKI – in future developments.
Oct 1414:30
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Building Trust in Your Digital ID

Digital Identity in an Online World
Digital identities are already in use everywhere. Just take a look at how you would have to access to your corporate PC when you start your day. With all of the major industries looking into digital transformation, the use of digital identities to validate and authenticate before gaining access to information and services would be the fundamental trust required. In this session, we would look at the trends and challenges in digital identities today and how we can provide a digital identity that is strong, secure and trustworthy that is easy to use.
Oct 1414:30
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Identification Standards for the Future

Secure Credentials: Challenges and Opportunities
Many ‘identity’ standards currently in existence are driven by information security and enforce National ID like infrastructures. The idea that they need to support the prevention of identity theft, allow true privacy, user control and meet the information needs of relying parties is secondary or largely missing.So what do standards look like when reducing identity theft, enhancing privacy, meeting user needs, being resistant to technological change while also considering security, become the primary objectives?
Oct 1414:45
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Roundtables

Keynotes
Mobile identity - protecting and expanding government services
Voice verification - optimizing the customer experience
Oct 1415:50
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Citizen Identity: Strengthening the Circle of Trust

Secure Credentials: Challenges and Opportunities
For global identity ecosystems to be effective, rigorous systems must be in place. Our expert panel will explore the evolution of citizen identity, including the development of secure breeder documents, impact of biometrics and advancing civil registry infrastructure.
Oct 1415:50
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Securing Digital Credentials: Managing Privacy, Ownership and Trust

Digital Identity in an Online World
With so many of our business and social interactions moving online in 2020, the need for trusted systems has never been greater. Our Digital Identity in an Online World channel concludes with a look at the ever-evolving world of digital privacy, trust and ownership, with reference to how privacy-by-design and diversity-by-design are altering the data landscape.

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Oct 1509:35
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An Altered State of Affairs: The New Digital ID Trends Emerging in Asia and Beyond

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We all know that COVID-19 is changing our world in ways large and small, and this includes major changes in digital identity. This session focuses how digital ID is changing, particularly in Asian jurisdictions. This concise session highlights the most important new innovations, technologies, privacy-by-design elements, and trends to know about right now, and how these trends fit into the larger picture across other regions.
Oct 1510:00
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Evolving Border Experience and Technologies

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This presentation will focus on trends and priorities within the Border Control ecosystem in the context of traveler identity, risk within the ecosystem especially as it relates to Covid 19, and the “new normal” for travel.
Oct 1510:30
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End-to-End Seamless Travel for a New World

Harnessing the Transformative Promise of Biometrics
While 2020 has been a challenging year for travel, there can be no doubt that biometrics will play a crucial role in getting the world moving again post-COVID-19. Our expert panellists will consider the rapid technological advances for intelligent use of biometrics at the border, such as the rise of contactless biometrics to mitigate these new challenges, as well as the continued evolution of passenger experience to curb-to-gate and even reservation-to-destination.
Oct 1510:30
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What Next for National Identity Programmes?

Taking Identity Credentials Digital
Over 70 countries now offer their citizens a national identity scheme, and APAC countries are leading the way in rolling out exciting new digital ID initiatives. The opening session of the Taking Identity Credentials Digital channel takes a look at some of the different approaches being taken to leverage digital ID for the benefit of populations, with focus on unlocking new digital citizen services, creating interoperable identity ecosystems, and the potential for public-private collaborations.
Oct 1511:30
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Project in Focus: Bangalore International Airport

Harnessing the Transformative Promise of Biometrics
Oct 1511:45
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Countering Next Generation Biometric Threats

Harnessing the Transformative Promise of Biometrics
Biometric technologies have the potential to revolutionise the identity landscape, but continual innovation is needed to protect systems against new emerging threats. Panellists will examine the latest trends in biometric fraud, including the rise of deepfakes, and case studies exploring potential solutions to these threats.
Oct 1511:45
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Virtual Credentials in the Traveller Ecosystem

Taking Identity Credentials Digital
Passports have evolved over time in physical form, and their next step is the introduction of an entirely virtual travel credential, but wider barriers to adoption must be addressed. The session will explore the progress on global initiatives, the system architecture required, and the case for physical and digital in tandem.
Oct 1512:45
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Invoking Biometric Fingerprint System Vulnerabilities - A Precis of the Malaysian Evaluation Scheme

Harnessing the Transformative Promise of Biometrics
Ever since biometric authentication was introduced in the 18th century, it has remained as one of the most promising and anxiety provoking technology. Will it be a dream of seamless authentication process or a nation’s nightmare? To resolve this contradicting feelings, necessary security assessments have to be carried out prior to the deployment, and one of it is to evaluate its operational environment. This presentation represents the part and parcel of a local scheme adapting Common Criteria for evaluating the biometric authentication system for fingerprints. As it is essential to substantiate that these systems achieve an acceptable level of security, a test method was developed and executed using selection of scenarios that will trigger the vulnerabilities. Different kinds of spoofing materials were used to attack the system. Best practices to mitigate the risk associated with the threats are also presented..
Oct 1513:45
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Moving Forward with Mobile Driving Licences

Taking Identity Credentials Digital
Driver licences are continuously evolving and are now beginning to make their mark in the mobile domain. With the responsibility of mDL ultimately falling on issuing authorities, with support from the private sector, this session will consider progress made so far, fundamentals for success, and the developing role of standardization in implementation.
Oct 1513:45
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The Role of Biometrics in Protecting Vulnerable Individuals

Harnessing the Transformative Promise of Biometrics
Advances in biometrics increase the opportunities available for improving the lives of the world’s most disadvantaged citizens, particularly in times of crisis. This session explores the developing role of biometrics in humanitarian operations, whilst also carefully considering the risks around collection and sharing of personal data for systems to verify the identity of aid recipients.
Oct 1514:45
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Roundtables

Keynotes
Has biometrics delivered all its promises and made our digital world safer?
Securing breeder documents in the era of digital migration
Chee Khai Liew, Area Sales Manager, OVD Kinegram Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
The next evolution in secure ID and financial card personalization
Oct 1515:50
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Facial Recognition In Focus - Ethics and Proportionate Use

Harnessing the Transformative Promise of Biometrics
The use of facial recognition technologies continues to engage the identity community, and its deployment to enforce lockdowns and during unrest this year has only reignited the debate. Our expert panel will consider what proportionate use of facial recognition for law enforcement and public security looks like in the current international climate, including the best technologies and practices to apply to ensure ethical responsibility.
Oct 1515:50
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Innovations in Enrolment and Issuance

Taking Identity Credentials Digital
Issuing authorities continue to look at digitalizing the process for verifying identity, and the need for innovations particularly in remote enrolment and issuance, has been accelerated by lockdowns around the world. The final session of the Taking Identity Credentials Digital channel assesses the importance of system security and information accuracy, the potential for mobile technology for intelligent data capture, and next steps for issuing identities securely while ensuring high quality customer service.
last published: 13/Oct/20 11:15 GMT