Making Digital ID a Success in the UK
The Zoom meeting will be opened up at 13.45
Where: On-line Zoom Meeting
14.00 Welcome – Nick Mothershaw, OIX CEO & Chair
14.05 – 14.30 UK Trust Framework and Competent Authority Update – Hannah Rutter, Deputy Director, Digital Identity - DCMS
14.30 – 14.45 Bank IDs via Open Banking ECA – Chris Michael, OBIE
14.45 – 15.15 UK Private Sector Trust Schemes: updates from Trust Scheme projects:
- Finance - Harry Weber-Brown, TISA
- Pension Dashboard - Jon Pocock, MAPS
- Age Verification – Katharine Walters, PASS Scheme
- Property Conveyancing – Ian Imeson, Property Logbook
- Employment Vetting – Mark Sugden, DBS
- Payments – Russell Saunders, payUK
15.15 -15.25 Cross Sector Interoperability Forum –OIX’s role in interoperability and alignment – Nick Mothershaw, OIX CEO & Chair
15.25 – 15.50 Panel Session on challenges and achieving interoperability - Panellists - as per the above Trust Scheme Projects Update
16.00 – 16.10 Inclusion segmentation and next steps – Sarah Walton
16.10 – 16.20 OIX Strategy update - Nick Mothershaw, OIX CEO & Chair
- Definition and Adoption
- Upcoming Working Groups
- Digital ID for RPs
16.20 Wrap-Up & Thank You - Nick Mothershaw, OIX CEO & Chair
16.25 Optional Session: New to The OIX – want to know more? Stay on for this final 5mins session lead by OIX Member Manager, Emma Shaw
Please note the above topics & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.We are really looking forward to seeing you online at the first of the events under the newly branded 'OIX Identity Trust Conference Series'.
We also hope that we might be able to hold a face to face Identity Trust Conference before the end of 2021.
Many thanks & kind regards
The OIX Team
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