We’re delighted to be holding this quarterly workshop; an #Identity Trust Update - now also incorporating the launch of the Open Wallet Foundation - on Thurs 23rd February 2023 from 13:15 (UK).
This event will be a hybrid event.
It is being held physically in the Chapel Suite at the Wellington Hotel by Blue Orchid, 71 Vincent Square, London, SW1P 2PA, UK and it will also be available via Zoom to anyone who can't make it in person.
If attending in person, registration will be open from 12.00 when a light lunch will be served.
The Zoom meeting will be opened at 13.10pm.
12.00 Registration - a light lunch will be served
13.15 Introduction, Welcome & OIX Strategy Update - Nick Mothershaw, Chief Identity Strategist
13.30 Biometric testing and assurance in a digital identity scheme - How all trust frameworks should ensure product testing to new global standards in their certification processes – Dr Chris Allgrove, Ingenium
14.00 DBS Inclusion Project Update - Dr Sarah Walton, Counterpoint Consulting
14.30 Tea/Coffee Break
14.50 eSignatures Working Group – launch of a new paper on Digital ID and eSignatures.
15.20 The CARIN Alliance: Federating Digital Identity in US Health Care – US Trust Framework -Ryan Howells, Leavitt Partners & CARIN Alliance & Kyle Neuman, DirectTrust
15.50 Member Update - Emma Shaw, OIX Member Manager
16.00 Open Wallet Foundation (OWF) Launch
17..30 Networking Drinks & Nibbles until 18.30
Please note the above topics & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.
Please make sure you book your place ASAP because physical places are limited - feel free to share this on Twitter & Linkedin.
We really hope you’re able to join us!
The OIX Team
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