Programme

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DAY ONE - 4 JULY

 

09.30 Registration & Tea/Coffee   
10.30

Chair: Jon Shamah, EEMA Chair of the Board

Welcome Address: Brandon Murdoch, Partner Software Engineer, Identity Division, Microsoft

Keynote #1: Dave Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion: IOT - Identity for the New World

Keynote #2: Siim Sikkut, CIO of Estonia - Challenges of building a digital society
11.30 Coffee & Networking
12.00

Open Plenary Session: Interactive Panel Discussion - THE VISION OF FUTURE TRENDS & TECHNOLOGIES
Brandon Murdoch, Partner Software Engineer, Identity Division, Microsoft

Guillaume Forget, Director, Cryptomathic

Julian Ranger, Chairman, digi.me

13.00 Lunch & Networking
14.00 TRACK 3 TRACK 4
Session C
Session D
Guidelines for Parties Relying on QTSPs
Principles on Identification for Sustainable Development: Towards the Digital Age

Privacy v Identity
Sustainable Solutions

HS2020 Project Stream
Chair: Erik R van Zuuren, CEO Trustcore Chair: Louise Bennet Chair BCS Security Community of Expertise & Identity Assurance Working Group
Chair: Chair:

The European Trust Regulation has been in place 12 months and promises great ROI’s for those who dare to use services like qualified web services certificates, qualified signatures, and others, defined by the Regulation. However, does everyone fully understand what the qualified services providers should put in place and therefore which guarantees they should give? Does everyone understand what these services actually provide (or not) to relying parties and what relying parties can (not) expect? This session will be presented in two parts, (corresponding to these areas) ENISA guidelines that have been drafted recently and engage with the participants on any outstanding questions in this area.

 

Sławomir Górniak, Data Security & Standardization Unit, ENISA - European Union Agency for Network and Information Security

 

 

 

Olivier Delos - SEALED.BE

 

Every organisation should sign up to the ten principles on identification as published by the World Bank Group & Centre for Global Development – is this the way forward for every individual and organisation to both feel and be safe online?
Panellists:

Ian Fish, BCS-ISSG Membership Secretary

John Bullard, TrustChains

Andrew White, Deloitte

Dr Edgar Whitley, Associate Professor, LSE: Privacy versus Identity? Digital identity privacy principles and the context of sustainable development

 

Nick Pope, Principal Consultant & Jonathan Allin, Product Manager, Thales e-Security: Establishing identity and maintaining privacy in the cloud: the need for hardware security modules

Richard Gomer, Researcher & Consultant, University of Southampton: Consentfullness: what, how, why.

 

Jon Roffe, CEO, Aletheia

Edona Fasllija, Researcher, TÜBITAK-BILGEM e-ID Unit: Turkish e-ID card based derived mobile credentials

Tina Hühnlein, ECSEC: Towards GDPR, eIDAS and PSD2 as a service

Carl-Markus Piswanger, eGovernment Expert, BRZ: FutureTrust Pilots
 15.30 Coffee & Networking  
 16.00

Informal Round Table Debates

An opportunity for all attendees to set the topics for discussion

SAPIENS Project Meeting
Private session - Partners only

 17.30

Report back from the Round Table Sessions

 17.45

Let the party commence & Networking reception

19.30

End of day one

DAY TWO - 5 July

 8.00

 EEMA's 31st Annual General Assembly 

 9.00 TRACK 5  TRACK 6
 Session E
 Session F
Impact of Artifical Intelligence for the Digital Economy
The Kantara Initiative Use of Standards & Conformity Assessment Schemes to Increase Trust in Digital Identity Systems
VERIFY - the GDPR Challenges, Commercial Solutions and Legal Recognition
HS2020 EU Projects
Chair: Stuart McRae, Executive Collaboration & Talent Evangelist, IBM Chair: Colin Wallis, Executive Director, Kantara Initiative: Chair: David Rennie, Government Digital Service
Chair: Hugo Kerschot, Managing Director, IS-practice

Stuart McRae, Executive Collaboration & Talent Evangelist, IBM: Who do you think I am? Identity in the cognitive era

Tony Fish, Co-Founder, AMF Ventures

Huma Shah,Research Fellow, Coventry University

Andrew Hughes, CEO, ITIM Consulting Corp/Chair Leadership Council, Kantara Initiative

Robin Wilton, Technical Outreach Director (Identity & Privacy), Internet Society & Kantara Initiative

Mark King, Independent Consultant

Andrew Churchill, Director, Technology Strategy: Digital identity and authentication - how to juggle eIDAS, PSD2 and GDPR

Wilf Prasher, Business Development Manager, Sitekit: Citizen identity in Liverpool: enabling access to digital services with Verify

Nicolás Notario, Research Engineer, ATOS Research and Innovation: ARIES (ReliAble euRopean Identity EcoSystem) shows how establishing identity and strong authentication by means of virtual eIDs contributes to minimising fraud and maintaining trust

Bharadwaj Pulugundla, Manager Digital Innovation, Verizon: From real world identities to privacy-preserving and attribute-based CREDentials (www.recred.eu) The aim of this project is to integrate ReCRED platform with Mobile Connect solution, giving control to the end user to provide consent to share the attributes with third parties

 10.30  Coffee & networking
 11.00 TRACK 7 TRACK 8 Session G Session H
 IAM & KYC Challenges in Banking/Finance
Can you have Privacy & IOT or will Monetisation Corrupt?  TDL - Blockchain
LIGHTest
Chair: Tony Fish, Co-Founder AMF Venutres
Chair: Rick Chandler, Treasurer, EEMA
 Chair: Amardeo Sarma, General Manager, NEC
Chair: Jon Shamah, Chair, EEMA

Jacoba Sieders, Head of Identity & Access Management, ABN AMRO

John Erik Setsaas, Identity Architect, Signicat: Addressing the threats of PSD2: how banks can monetise on identity data

Sarah Munro, VP-Head of Digital Identity, Barclays Bank (TBC)

Ken Munro, Partner, Pen Test Partners: Toy trouble - is the ban of 'My Friend Cayla' a realistic solution to the problem of poorly secured IoT devices?

Alessandro Guarino, CEO, StudioAG: Connected vehicles: security, privacy and economics

Irene Kafeza, Advocate, Kafeza Law Office: Privacy and identity in Internet of Things: smart devices

Claire Vishik, Security & Privacy Standards & Policy Manager, Intel

Raoul da Costa, Head of Pre-sales, PrimeKey Sloutions AB tThe evolving blockchain for trust-learnings from the public key infrastructure PKI experience (TBC)

Lightweight infrastructure for Global Heterogeneous Trust management in support of an open ecosystem of stakeholders and trust schemes.
12.30 Lunch & networking
13.30 TRACK 9 TRACK 10 Session J
Session K
GDPR - Will You Be Compliant Before May 2018: MEF: Mobile enabling the data -value exchange. Consumer Insights and Use Cases
Regulation and Legal Perspectives
on eSignatures, Identity & Privacy
Chair: David Alexander, CEO, Mydex Chair: Andrew Bud, Chair, MEF
Chair: Robert Garskamp, Managing Director, ID.next

Carolyn Harrison, Marketing Director, BeCyberSure

Corné van Rooij, VP Product & Strategic Alliances, iWelcome: The impact and visualisation of GDPR for consumer identity mangement (TBC)

Jen Persson, Coordinator, Defenddigitalme: Changing data privacy management for education records

Inge de Ruijter, equensWorldine

Speaker TBC: MEF’s consumer trust research findings
Julian Ranger, Chairman, digi.me:
The ‘PIMS’ opportunity

Jana Krimpe, Founder, B.EST Solutions:
Mobile ID - secure key to the digital trade hub in Azerbaijan and cross-border e-services

 

David Alexander

Alan Liddle, Director DCS
Consulting & Stephen Mason,
Barrister:
Digital Signatures an interplay of Law and Technology 

15.00-15.30

Plenary Session & Closing Remarks