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Privacy vs Identity - Opportunity and Challenges

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EEMA's 30th Annual Conference

An opportunity to discuss key influences and issues in the industry at this unique, intimate event.

Topics to be covered include:

  • The vision of future trends & technologies
  • The ROI from Big Data & Analyticsview agenda
  • Creating mobile identity and trust
  • Establishing identity & strong authentication
  • Securing IOT & AI to support the economy
  • Privacy, regulation & legal issues
  • Succeeding with Blockchain application
  • Developing projects for the EU & Global Markets

Venue

Microsoft Headquarters

Address/Location

2 Kingdom Street

Paddington, London

W2 6BD

UK

Agenda

Day1

Opening plenary with keynotes from Siim Sikkut, CIO Estonia and Dave Birch, Director of Innovation, Consult Hyperion

  • Guidelines for parties relying on QTSPs
  • Principles on identification for sustainable development: towards the digital age
  • Privacy v identity - sustainable solutions
  • HS2020 projects
  • Round table sessions - delegates set the agenda

Day 2

  • Impact of AI for the digital economy
  • Use of standars and conformity assessment schemes to increas trust in digital identity systems
  • VERIFY - the GDPR challenges, commercial solutions and legal recognition
  • HS2020 project stream
  • IAM & KYC challenges in banking/finance
  • Can you have privacy & IOT or will monetisation corrupt?
  • Blockchain
  • GDPR - will you be compliant before May 2018
  • Mobile enabling the data-value exchange - consumer insights and use cases
  • Regulation and legal perspectives on eSignatures, Identity & Privacy

Expected participants

The conference structure and programme is specifically aimed at:

  • Senior managers directly charged with protecting their corporate infrastructure
  • Technical experts who determine security requirements and implement solutions
  • Policy and decision makers with overall security responsibility
  • Legal/Compliance/Regulatory professionals who work with policy and decision makers in establishing security policies
  • Government executives and practitioners who are responsible for protecting systems and critical infrastructures
     

Fees description

EEMA members: €300 + VAT

Non-members: €400 + VAT

Academics: €150 + VAT

Documentation

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Geographic coverage
Organisation type
Start date
04 July 2017 - 10:30am (Europe/Luxembourg time)
End date
05 July 2017 - 5:00pm (Europe/Luxembourg time)
City
London
Organiser

EEMA

Contact email
info[at]eema[dot]org