The Zoom meeting will be opened at 14.50
15.00 Introduction & Welcome - Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chief Identity Strategist
15.05 Foundation 2, Enabling the Flow of Data – Jon Nash, Fellow - Demos
Today, identity providers face the enormous challenge of persuading thousands of companies and government bodies to support their products and services. The Foundation 2 proposal was developed in response to this challenge through engagement with government departments, regulators, industry groups, and technology companies. This proposal describes a technical architecture for enabling the flow of data between organisations that unlocks the value of data to simplify services, support new applications and improve people's lives.
15.40 Digital Wallet Technology Update - Anthony Lavigne, Thales UK
With our lives becoming ever more digitally enabled a move towards truly secure digital documents is becoming more clear. During the pandemic we have seen clear advantages to enabling digital ID documents and being able to link those to new data such as vaccinations. With the update to eIDAS the European Union is taking a global lead in enabling secure documentation for their citizens.
Thales will explore the latest on digital wallet technology, bringing some current case studies on projects they are delivering around the world and look at what is next.
16.00 MyIdentity.org.uk in home buying and selling - Stuart Young, Property Logbook
Stuart will cover the scope of the The Home Buying and Selling Group's (HBSG) trust scheme, who is involved, how this will align with the UK Trust Framework as well as liability, the pilot approach and timescales.
16.25 Digital Footprint as an Augmented Intelligence Data Solution for Digital Identity Verification - Pablo Vasquez, Manager, Global Alliances & Business Development - Acuant
16.45 OIX Board Report, OIX Strategy Update & Member Update - Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chief Identity Strategist & Emma Shaw, OIX Member Manager
17.00 Wrap Up
Please note the above topics & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.
Many thanks & kind regards
The OIX Team
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