Call for Speakers

 

    

EXPLORING NEXT-GENERATION GOVERNMENT, COMMERCIAL & CITIZEN IDENTITY SOLUTIONS

Deadline for applications: Wednesday 23rd October, 2019

 

Join us on stage to lead the global conversation about next-generation identity solutions from policy makers to suppliers and integrators through to end users.

If you have innovative new research, marketplace insights, inspirational case studies, or are helping to change the future of identity solutions and policies we want to hear from you. With three conference agendas (Digital:ID, Planet Biometrics and SDW) we will offer in-depth and focused content.

Apply to speak by downloading our application form and returning it to Sam Dolton, s.dolton@sciencemediapartners.com Identity Week Conference Producer, by Wednesday 23rd October, 2019 .

 

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Key Conference Themes

  
  
Secure Physical Document Design    Enabling Seamless Travel    National ID Schemes
              
Fraud and Forgery Detection    Payment and Retail Innovations    Blockchain
              
Borders and Immigration    Behavioural Biometrics    Identity and Access Management
              
ePassports    Law Enforcement    Proofing and Authentication
              
Next-Gen Driving Licences    Biometrics in Government    Self Sovereign Identity
              
Mobile ID    Humanitarian Aid    Interoperability
              
Document Readers    Mobile Biometrics    Digital Onboarding
              
Enrollment and Issuance    Biometrics at the Border    Healthcare ID
              
Foundational Identity    Standards and Testings    Frameworks
              
Document Authentication    Ethics, Consent and Privacy    Digital Identity Fraud

 

 

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International Submissions

Please note that we strongly encourage submissions from the international community, but contributions must be submitted in English, and if accepted, speakers must have a good command of the English language.

 
Equality Pledge

Science Media Partners believes passionately in equality, regardless of gender or race. We believe there is too little diversity at most conferences we attend, and pledge to try and do something positive to redress the balance.
 
Although this will not be easy in the security and identity sector, we will be attempting to improve our diversity in the future. As such, we encourage companies thinking about sending a representative to speak or participate at our events to consider our pledge, and support our initiative.