28th Annual Conference to take place on 8th and 9th July 2015 at Ditton Manor
LONDON, 11th JUNE 2015 – EEMA, the European association for identity and security, today announces the agenda for its 28th annual conference that will be hosted by CA Technologies at Ditton Manor, its UK headquarters near Windsor and London’s Heathrow Airport, on 8th and 9th July 2015. Organised by EEMA and OASIS, the main theme will be how to build trust in a hyperconnected world, and what private and public sector organisations can do to seize opportunities and manage risk across applications, devices, national borders and the cloud.
During the two day conference, keynote presentations, track sessions and panel debates will provide hundreds of delegates with insight and education in to the latest thinking, innovations and issues relating to all aspects of eID and security, as well as a wealth of opportunities to network with peers. Agenda highlights include in-depth sessions covering:
• Legal and technical applications of privacy and data protection
• Securing trust across borders and devices
• Federated identity across the Internet of Things
• Privacy: Risks, responsibilities and solutions
• Biometrics: the time has come?
• Cloud: Applications and Identity
• Emerging identity-based economies
Executive Director of EEMA, David Goodman states: “We are bringing together international privacy and identity experts to stimulate fresh thinking and novel approaches to dealing with security and privacy risks in our increasingly hyperconnected world of applications and devices.” Goodman adds: “This year’s EEMA annual conference will generate dialogue across government and business, combining high-profile keynote speakers, interactive roundtable sessions, and moderated debates.”
Organisations participating in keynotes, panel discussions and track sessions at the conference include Bank of America, Blackberry, CA Technologies, CERT-UK, Clingstone Ltd, CloudAuthZ, Cloud for Europe, CloudWatch, Communications Management Association (CMA), Compare and Share, COSTAR BzW, Ctrl‐Shift, Digital Policy Alliance, EEMA, EuroCloud, Fraunhofer, IBM, IDnext, Internet Society, ISACA, Kuppinger Cole, NICE Systems, OASIS, Portsmouth University, Queen Mary University of London, Queralt Inc, The Open Identity Exchange (OIX), time.lex, TrustCore, University Medical Centre (Utrecht).
The full agenda for Building Trust in a HyperConnected World is available at www.eema.org. The 28th annual EEMA conference is open to members and non-members. To register attendance visit: www.eema.org. For a complimentary press pass, contact Graham Thatcher on Tel: +44 (0) 7933 672240 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org