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Date(s) - Mar 21, 2019
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm GMT

Rise London, Barclays Accelerator


Photo kindly provided by Mvine

This OIX event begins with Coffee/Tea and Registration at  1.30pm, with the workshop beginning at 2.00pm and we expect to finish around 5.00pm.

It is being held at RISE London, Barclays Accelerator, 41 Luke Street, London EC2A 4DP







2.00pm            OIX Roadmap – Don Thibeau

2.30pm            We don’t want your data!   Gilbert Hill

GDPR has made Subject Access Requests and data rights the front line of a new deal between citizens and organisations around our personal data. Tapmydata has faced the challenges of balancing Privacy by Design, security and blockchain technology and built a new channel for this Data Dialogue. We’ll share insights from users and organisations on the real state of health of our data rights in the UK and elsewhere.

Gilbert Hill Bio

Privacy Technologist and entrepreneur, founding Optanon, one of the first companies in the PrivTech space, now CEO of Tapmydata, a tool for people to take control of their data. Senior Tutor and Fellow of the Institute of Direct Marketing and former Chair of the DMA Mobile Council

3.15pm            Tea/Coffee/Juice Break

3.30pm            CEF Project Update – Harry Weber-Brown

4.15pm            Local Authority Interoperable Digital Identity – Stuart Young, Etive

Synopsis: Discussing how the use of local authority data can be used to help ‘thin file’ citizens gain an assured identity, Verify, and gain a LoA2 (medium level of identity) enabling these citizens to access high value services and interact with Government and local authority services. Combined with this is the collaborative work between DWP and LAs on user journeys and identity verification to increase the digital participation of thin file citizens across DWP services as well. Look at Tower Hamlets services, technical design, governance and user testing with the GDS and Post Office.

5.00pm            CLOSE

Please register to attend ASAP via Eventbrite:


Please note topics & timings whilst correct at the time of publication, are subject to change.