We’re delighted to be holding this OIX Identity Trust Update on Thurs 18th May 2023 from 13:30 (UK).
This event will be a hybrid event.
This event is being held physically at RISE London, 41 Luke Street, Shoreditch, LONDON, EC2A 4DP 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 13.30 when tea/coffee/biscuits will be served.
The Zoom meeting will be opened at 13.55 UK.
13.30 Registration – Tea, coffee & juice and biscuits
14.00 Introduction, Welcome & OIX Strategy Update - Nick Mothershaw, Chief Identity Strategist
14.05 Digital identity wallets in practice - David Goodman, Director, Identitas Consulting & Lal Chandran, Co-founder and CTO, iGrant.io
14.30 An Update from the Open Wallet Foundation – Daniel Goldscheider, OWF
15.00 An update from NIST - Ryan Galluzzo, Digital Identity Program Lead for the Applied Cybersecurity Division - NIST
15.30 Tea/Coffee Break
15.50 OFCOM – George Billinge, OFCOM
16.20 Title TBC - David Alexander, Chief Executive and Platform Architect Mydex CIC
16.50 Member Update Emma Shaw, OIX Member Manager
17.00 Networking Drinks & Nibbles
Please note the above topics & timings are correct at the time of writing but are subject to change.
Please note that registration will close 3 working days before the event at 5pm on 15th May 2023
This is due to placing the catering order and also so there is time for RISE London's team to comply with their security, health & safety and facility requirements.
Please make sure you book your place ASAP because physical places are limited - feel free to share this on Twitter.
We really hope you’re able to join us!
The OIX Team
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