Date(s) - Dec 12, 2019
9:30 am - 1:00 pm GMT
RISE London, Barclays Accelerator,
9.30 – Tea / Coffee
10.00 – Introduction & Welcome – Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chair & Executive Director
10.15 – Women in Identity – What we are doing and why it’s important
Women in Identity is a not-for-profit enterprise run by volunteers to champion diversity and inclusion in our sector. Our membership extends across the globe, representing all genders and none, all races, ages, abilities and backgrounds. Our common purpose is to create a more diverse workforce across the industry, ensuring that identity solutions built FOR everyone will be built BY everyone. Working with partners, sponsors and other industry bodies, we will strive to reduce the bias inherent in current identity products, making them truly representative of the markets they intend to serve.
Read Colette’s Bio HERE
10.45 – Cross Border Banking – a demo from the CEF project – Richard Thompson, IDEMIA
11.15 – Verified Identities Within Trusted Communities – Craig Barrack, Carbon Heroes
With social media and online communities becoming ever more prevalent, there is a role for verified identities to improve the value and safety of online interactions. This study covered public attitudes to the importance of verification, how this can be displayed and the balance between asserting one’s identity whilst still protecting it.
11.45 – TISA Update – Harry Weber-Brown
12.15 – Trusted Environments Panel Session – chaired by Ben Helps, Factern
Panellists: David Rennie, Idemia; Paul Worrall, Zonafide & David Alexander, Mydex
12.45 – Overview on the working groups from TechUK/OIX Economics of Identity – David Goodman, OIX Executive Director
1pm – Close
Venue: RISE London, Barclays Accelerator, 41 Luke Street, London EC2A 4DP
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*Please note that the above details & timings are correct at the time of writing, but are subject to change.