Thursday 18th June 2020
Title: Identity Solutions for the ‘new normal’
Where: ‘Zoom’ Meeting – this online meeting will be opened up at 13.50
14.00 – 14.10 Welcome & Introduction – Nick Mothershaw, OIX Chair & CEO
14.10 – 15.10 COVID–19 Identity Solutions:
- A model to help us “Stay Alert” and “Control the Virus ” with digital, mobile identity.
Ben Barnett, Chief Commercial Officer – FOLIO
Folio are working on private sector, pathology and government initiatives to enable citizens to engage safely and privately in a changing world.
- OpenGate to reopen the skies with biometric touchless travelling (top 30 EUvsVirus winner)
Harm Jan Arendshorst, CEO & founder iLabs Technologies b.v.
iLabs are building an inclusive and open platform for touchless travelling while protecting the privacy of the travelers when sharing covid19 health certificates, contact tracing information and location history between countries, border control, health & safety organisations, airports and airlines.
- Credential management for organisations, spanning organisational ID cards, health receipts and access
Julie Dawson, Director of Regulatory & Policy – YOTI
Yoti have created Digital Identity solutions to enable healthcare information, such as qualifications, test results and vaccinations to be associated with trusted YOTI ID for an individual. This information can then be communicated electronically and privately to those with whom the user needs to share this information. YOTI are working in numerous countries to solve COVID ID problems and beyond.
15.10 – 15.40 PANEL: Identity Solutions for the New Normal
The panel will discuss how the Corona Virus pandemic and the shift to social distancing and remote access to services has underlined the need for trusted Digital ID. The panel will identify key use cases where digital-distanced trust in identity will be required.
Panellists: Alison McDowell – GDS/DIU; Charlotte Sadd – NatWest Group; Don Thibeau – OIDF/OIX; Others TBC
15.40 – 15.50 Wrap-Up
Please note the above topics & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.
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