AGENDA OVERVIEW

 

 

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

 

 

London, 16 - 18 November 2020

Schedule

Create your personal agenda –check the favourite icon

Nov 1609:15
Conference pass

Ministerial Keynote Address - Next Steps for Digital Identity in the UK

Keynotes
The Minister will outline plans to update existing laws on identity checking to enable digital identity to be used as widely as possible.
Nov 1609:40
Conference pass

Creating modern identities for safer environments

Keynotes
Societies are developing at great pace around the world, and as they do, identity, and the need to be in control of identity, becomes more important. Identity means different things to an individual as life progresses, but the fundamentals of identity such as the rights to own, manage and share our identities whilst protecting privacy remain. So how do we create identities which address the demands of the citizens of these evolving societies and the authorities which govern and police them? What are the factors which will influence modern identity and what can we, as an industry, do deliver freedom, convenience and flexibility whilst maintaining the safety and security of nations.
Nov 1610:10
Conference pass

Panel: Fit for Purpose Identity Infrastructures

SDW: National Identity Ecosystems
While the concept of a legal identity has been around for hundreds of years, new models are continuing to emerge, and challenges around identity inclusion still exist. To what extent has technology helped drive civil registration, and how can the identity community best work together to build on existing infrastructure?
Nov 1610:10
Conference pass

Panel: Implementing Strong Customer Authentication

Digital ID: Trust and Security
With all European Economic Area countries expected to be operationally ready for Strong Customer Authentication by September 2021, experts will discuss the challenges for meeting compliance and further potential for multi-factor biometrics in the authentication landscape.
Nov 1611:10
Conference pass

Digital Identity and counter fraud – where the opportunities lie

Digital ID: Trust and Security
Identity fraud in the UK continues to grow, costing billions and adversely affecting consumer trust.This session looks at the current identity fraud problem, how digital identity might help address some of these aspects, and the environment that would need to be in place for this to happen.
Nov 1611:10
Conference pass

Establishing an identity lifecycle - PNG national identity and lessons learned

SDW: National Identity Ecosystems
Nov 1611:25
Conference pass

A smarter architecture: adapting to future identity trends

SDW: National Identity Ecosystems
In the beginning, long before data, there was identification and entitlement. These required verification, so secure documents came along to support this. Throughout the journey the world of ID has always shadowed that of industry generally – what is technically possible, and how can it be used? Like Industry v4.0, Identity is now poised to enter its own new era; we might call it IDv4.0.Like the bigger Industry debate the focus is expanding from what technologies we work with, to include how we want to work with technology. The ID World cannot close its eyes and ears to this debate and expect to survive the next generation. An architecture level response is one of the best ways to address and adapt to change in the face of such wider forces.This presentation discusses the requirements and pressures on Identity architectures to support management of identity at a time of multiple IDs, privacy concern, and better business value from shared service structures, including the citizen’s (e.g. the customer’s) own devices. It will share some of HID Global’s views on how an international business evolves to meet these challenges.
Nov 1611:25
Conference pass

Onboarding and authentication challenges for digital identity schemes

Digital ID: Trust and Security
How can we trust a remote user at onboarding or authentication? With a huge increase in digital usage, governments and enterprises have to adapt. We will discuss the challenges faced when moving onboarding and authentication to digital channels, including sources of trust, and different identity architectures where authentication is critical.
Nov 1611:40
Conference pass

Panel: Citizen Identity and National ID Ecosystems

SDW: National Identity Ecosystems
Hear innovative case studies from African nations on how an open standard set of interfaces is enabling seamless connectivity between all components of the identity management ecosystem.
Nov 1611:40
Conference pass

Panel: The Future for Distributed Digital Identity

Digital ID: Trust and Security
It is predicted that by 2025 20% of all digital ID will be built using blockchain technology. This panel will explore the extent to which blockchain can be used as a successful solution, the type of governance that needs to be in place, and in the context of the traditional vs self-sovereign models debate other forms of distributed digital identity available.
Nov 1612:40
Conference pass

Keynote Fireside Chat

Keynotes
Nov 1613:30
Conference pass

Panel: Developing Digital Identity Standards

Digital ID: Trust and Security
Join experts as they assess the latest national and international standards and discuss next steps for ensuring future frameworks are consistent, compatible and promote interoperability, while also putting trust at the centre.
Nov 1613:30
Conference pass

Panel: Transforming the Enrolment to Issuance Journey

SDW: National Identity Ecosystems
Citizen expectations of being issued an identity document is forever rising, and at the same time new biometric technologies are transforming the process. How best can issuing authorities and other stakeholders meet customer services while maintaining security and reducing the risk of fraud?
Nov 1614:30
Conference pass

Enabling trust through decentralised digital identity – Towards internet of identity

Digital ID: Trust and Security
The widespread use of digital technologies unlocks many new opportunities, particularly in the area of digital identity, promising greater social equity and prosperity if done in the right way.As more people, devices and data transition online, the management of identity becomes fundamental.Governments, the private sector and individual citizens all have a role to play in the creation of a common identity layer for the transfer and exchange of identity data.Enabling mutual trust, while preserving privacy and meeting compliance standards, this layer forms the bedrock of the Internet of Identity.
Nov 1614:30
Conference pass

The end of the Stone Age in identity protection

SDW: Future Credentials
Nov 1615:00
Conference pass

Roundtables

Keynotes
New developments in face biometrics
Andrew Newell, Chief Scientific Officer, iProovUnited Kingdom
Joe Palmer, President, iProovUnited States
Rethinking identity verification post COVID-19 with mDLs
Securing breeder documents in the era of digital migration
Nov 1615:45
Conference pass

Panel: Digital ID and the Privacy Landscape

Digital ID: Trust and Security
As GDPR still sets the framework for privacy globally, panellists will assess next steps for getting the balance between interoperability but still meeting local needs in the context of identity, as well as priorities for digital ID, privacy and consent standards in an evolving COVID-19 world.
Nov 1615:45
Conference pass

Panel: Issuing Authorities - The Road Ahead

SDW: National Identity Ecosystems
The landscape for issuing authorities is forever changing, with processes becoming increasingly digitalised and circumstances forcing more remote issuance of documents. The final session this channel assesses some of the challenges and new opportunities facing issuing authorities.

Create your personal agenda –check the favourite icon

Nov 1709:00
Conference pass

Day 2 Introduction and Keynote Address - The digital transformation of internal security in Europe

Keynotes
Nov 1709:25
Conference pass

Identity – unlock the new normal

Keynotes
Isabelle Lauzon, Senior Vice President, Public Security and Identity Europe, IDEMIAFrance
Nov 1709:55
Conference pass

Panel: Digital ID for Global Development

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
Digital ID has long been seen as an enabler for development and can be used as a solution to humanitarian crises. This session looks at its potential to empower people while also maintaining privacy and security, as well as the developing role of mobile ID in this area.
Nov 1709:55
Conference pass

Panel: Document Fraud in Focus

SDW: Securing Travel
Document fraud remains one of the biggest threats to secure travel. Hear the latest developments in protecting travel documents from fraud, latest trends on the detection of fraud at the border, and what is being done to improve frontline training.
Nov 1710:55
Conference pass

Digital ID Wallet, next generation mobile driver licenses – The Australian way

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
Proving that we are who we claim to be is a near-essential element of modern life. This session will explore how, to address those challenges and bridge the identity gap, Australia is turning to Digital ID Wallet to deliver a new breed of ID related services. We will share experience on best practices, status on latest deployments, end users perception and winning formulas to win users adoption.
Nov 1710:55
Conference pass

Stop crime not people: using non-sensitive data to inform evidence-based policy to counter passports and identity frauds

SDW: Securing Travel
This presentation will highlight most relevant challenges related to develop intel-led policies and predictable models, to ultimately curbing irregular migration related to the identity and passport frauds in a coordinated manner across borders.Donato will also provide a brief overview of the “Document Examination Support Centre (DESC)” initiative from Asia-Pacific region.DESC provides capacity building activities to participating Governments aimed at curbing transnational organized crime using a regional coordinated approach. The goal is to assist Law Enforcement and Border agencies in adapting front line responses using predictive modeling based on statistics, to ultimately identify trends and outcomes of irregular migration using forged travel documents and/or fake identities.
Nov 1711:10
Conference pass

Fireside Chat

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
Nov 1711:10
Conference pass

The new FADO Regulation and the​ new FADO System Project

SDW: Securing Travel
Claudio Kavrecic, Head of Centre of Excellence for Combatting Document Fraud, FRONTEXPoland
Nov 1711:30
Conference pass

Panel: Next Steps for Document Authentication

SDW: Securing Travel
Technological advances, including the rise of mobile e-readers, make document authentication an exciting space now. This panel will unpack the latest concepts around authenticating physical documents in an interoperable verification ecosystem.
Nov 1711:30
Conference pass

Panel: What Next for National Digital ID Schemes?

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
Whether led by governments or the private sector, we have seen great advances across the world in the use of digital ID to improve citizen services. This session will evaluate the different contextual factors in play that impact a digital ID ecosystem, new ways of authenticating citizens, and the future for public/private collaborations.
Nov 1713:05
Conference pass

Preparing for the Future: CBP’s Model of Secure, Touchless Travel to Enhance the Customer Experience

Keynotes
Ms. Sabatino will outline CBP’s plans to support the travel recovery efforts, specifically the expansion of facial biometrics through public/private partnerships while protecting the privacy of all travelers.
Nov 1713:30
Conference pass

Digital Identity in times of COVID

Keynotes
Possessing a secure Identity is that most basic and fundamental human right which will permit us to access the rest of the rights, benefits and responsibilities we enjoy as members of our respective societies”. With this statement as a backdrop, this Keynote addresses the importance of secure legal identity and more specifically secure digital identity in today’s fast moving online society, in line with Thales’ purpose: Building a future we can all trust. It analyses the positive effect of inclusive identity in bridging the digital divide within the context of COVID 19. It asks what the moral obligation of the Identity and Biometrics industry is within this complex world situation and in which direction we see our technological development heading.
Nov 1713:55
Conference pass

Panel: Getting Onboarding Right

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
A recent study found that last year nearly one third of all account openings were done through a bank website or app, and on top of this lockdowns this year have seen the demand for remote onboarding soar. This panel assesses innovations and new ways of working to onboard customers seamlessly while also ensuring KYC and AML compliance.
Nov 1713:55
Conference pass

Panel: Implementing Biometrics at the Border

SDW: Securing Travel
Panellists will evaluate the trial and implementation of biometric technology at land, sea and air border crossings to be less resource intensive and non-intrusive to travellers, while still providing a high degree of security.
Nov 1714:55
Conference pass

A Secure Digital Identity Scheme for a greater citizen experience

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
An increasing number of governments go digital to benefit from the myriad of opportunities eServices offer. To unlock the full value of digital citizen ID, a trusted digital ID scheme must be built upon a reliable source of information. This ensures its adoption and confidence from both citizens and service providers. By providing a secure onboarding process and strong authentication mechanisms, governments can transition physical ID documents toward a digital world to develop new citizen experiences.
Nov 1715:55
Conference pass

Panel: Enabling a Seamless End-to-End Passenger Journey

SDW: Securing Travel
While COVID-19 has dramatically altered the travel industry landscape, and it has become clearer than ever that biometrics will play a vital role in getting the world moving again. Panellists will explore what is being done to build on existing work to ensure a seamless end-to-end experience for passengers.
Nov 1715:55
Conference pass

Panel: Reimagining Identity and Access Management

Digital ID: Successful Implementation
Discover more on how a range of organisations are verifying and authenticating their employees and customers to access their systems, with focus on achieving a frictionless CIAM experience and challenges presented around the increase of ‘Bring Your Own Device’.

Create your personal agenda –check the favourite icon

Nov 1809:55
Conference pass

Panel: Fighting the Fakes

Leveraging Biometrics
The evolution of morphing, advance presentation attacks and deepfakes has exposed vulnerabilities in biometric systems, but now the fightback begins. Panellists will discuss what needs to be done to address spoofing challenges and strategies to secure biometrics of the future.
Nov 1809:55
Conference pass

Panel: Innovations in Security Printing

SDW: Future Credentials
With the global security printing market expected to be worth nearly £30bn by 2024, panellists will consider how the latest innovations are shaping security printing, including how documents with more complex features can be produced on a short production time, and best solutions for documents to be compliant in interacting with smart devices.
Moderator: Steve Knight, Co-Founder And Director, The Inkjet Conference & Digital Direct TechUnited Kingdom
Matthew Sugdon, Director of Security Graphics, HID GlobalUnited Kingdom
Nov 1810:55
Conference pass

Designing for human and machine

SDW: Future Credentials
Nov 1810:55
Conference pass

Easy Airport, how to enable a seamless passenger flow?

Leveraging Biometrics
Ricardo Cerri, Chief Technology Officer, Corporacion America UruguayUruguay
Nov 1811:10
Conference pass

Panel: Biometrics - Privacy, Ethics and Consent

Leveraging Biometrics
The use of biometrics and its impact on civil liberties is perhaps the liveliest issue in the world of biometrics right now. Join experts as they consider how biometrics should be successfully and responsibly used while not infringing on individual rights.
Nov 1811:10
Conference pass

Panel: The Future for Secure Credential Design

SDW: Future Credentials
Even in an increasingly digital world, physical documents still have a role to play in the identity ecosystem of the future. Discover the latest ideas and emerging trends in intelligent design, security features and secure substrates to ensure the integrity of tomorrow’s identity documents.
Nov 1812:10
Conference pass

State of the art security through intelligent card design

Keynotes
As, on one hand, the forgers become more sophisticated, on the other Governments and authorities are tightening their procurement procedures to maximise competition. So as proprietary features become less acceptable, the role of design in securing a card against counterfeiting has become critical. This presentation will look at how smart design can replace complex security features while still delivering credentials which meet the highest levels of integrity. Security needs to be incorporated into the card from first concepts, with a clear process implemented to bring together visual and structural design to achieve class leading protection.
Vincent Gourmelen, Product Manager, HID GlobalUnited Kingdom
Nov 1813:00
Conference pass

Panel: Contactless Biometrics In Focus

Leveraging Biometrics
The global pandemic has shined a spotlight on contactless biometrics as a hygienic solution in travel, the financial world and other transactions. Panellists in this session will explore successful use cases and lessons learnt so far in a COVID-19 world as we move to a more contactless future.
Nov 1813:00
Conference pass

Panel: Virtual Passports - Implementation Challenges

SDW: Future Credentials
An estimated 120 countries now deploy ePassports, and the next logical evolution of passports is in an entirely virtual format. This panel focuses on progress made so far, including ICAO’s work on a new Digital Travel Credential, and how to address the current barriers for adoption.
Nov 1814:00
Conference pass

The next generation US DoD ABIS: Improving identity management, information and watch list sharing with partner nations

Keynotes
How are biometric solutions being applied in real world for the efficiency of governments and commercial organisations, and to what extent can they be a definitive solution?
Nov 1814:20
Conference pass

Roundtables

Keynotes
COVID as a catalyst for innovation - what to expect in eGovernment in 2021 and beyond
Face Plus Voice: How the combination of face and voice biometrics strengthens modern day biometric authentication
The future of secure ID document authentication: What are the biggest challenges we have to face?
The relevance of mobile drivers licences in Europe
Nov 1815:05
Conference pass

Panel: Moving Forward with Mobile Driving Licences

SDW: Future Credentials
- Derived Credentials- Implementation Challenges- Physical and Digital in Tandem
Nov 1816:05
Conference pass
last published: 13/Nov/20 10:35 GMT