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Free end-user Event
25 March, London, UK


STORM Guidance is holding a FREE (for end-users) back to back event on Wednesday 25th March, at the ICAEW, London.
Morning: Cyber Smart Cities – Securing the technology risks in Smart Cities
Afternoon: Supply Chain Assurance – Assuring your supply chain now.

Registration details: http://stormguidance.com/storm-seminar-mar25.html


Connect:ID – An Exploration of Physical & Digital Identity in the 21st Century
Conference: March 23-25, 2015 - Exhibition: March 24-25, 2015.
WEWCC – Washington, DC

Taking place on March 23-25, 2015, connect:ID will unite solutions adopters and stakeholders worldwide to explore the development and fusion of multiple advanced identity technologies – including biometrics, secure credentials and digital identity systems.

www.connectidexpo.com


eIDAS Private Sector Engagement High Level Event
eID: emerging business cases,
31 March 2015, Brussels

What is the value of electronic identification (eID) for my business model and how can I go digital in the near future? These and more questions will be addressed during this 2nd private sector stakeholder event, moving forward making the use of eID a daily reality for business and citizens.
 
The day, building on the results of the first event in November 2014, offers high-level business representatives tangible examples to better understand eID, the regulatory framework, and possible integration into business models.
This event will develop the opportunities to integrate eID in 3 important business sectors: banking, the airline industry, and the sharing economy. It is part of the effort to promote uptake of the eIDAS Regulation in the private sector in order leverage eID as a key enabler of the Digital Single Market (DSM) by making cross-border electronic transactions more secure, convenient, and trustworthy.

Further information


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The European Digital Identity Event 2015

Leeuwenhorst NH Hotel in Noordwijkerhout 
15-16  April 2015
Together with the NVVB event.
NVVB (Dutch association of civil services) is a partner of IDnext platform
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IDnext is known as the European (un)- conference that is Digital Identity industry’s leading networking and knowledge sharing event with a program built around the true key issues of the digital identity of both private and public organizations

At IDnext event (inter) nationally renowned experts and key players in the world of Digital IDentity will address the most relevant issues in the fields of security, mobility, privacy and much more - informing a high qualified audience on the evolution of the digital identity upon which future developments will be built. Over the different tracks of this two-day event, catalyzed networking opportunities will bring together experts and professionals from the industry, government representatives, innovators and (pioneering) end- users.

Active participation in the un-conference during IDnext offers unique opportunities of interaction, dissemination of knowledge and experience with your peers

Further information at http://idnext.eu/




SDW 2015  – the world’s leading document security show – focuses on ePassports, visas, driving licenses, national IDs, worker credentials, advanced border control, anti-counterfeiting, fraud detection, and much more. The event will provide a global showcase for next-generation human identity solutions, focusing on intrinsic document security and new cutting-edge secure infrastructure in live situations. www.sdw2015.com





The Cyber Security Review is uniquely positioned to draw on the combined knowledge, skills and expertise of the cyber security community to identify the emerging threats and facilitate the international community’s development of coherent policies and robust capabilities to protect cyberspace, improve security and enhance confidence in the resilience of the cyber-enabled world.

For more information please visit: www.cybersecurity-review.com



EEMA : established in 1987 to promote collaboration in the technical and business aspects of ICT