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Future Privacy and Identity

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10th December 2015

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An EEMA/BCS Thought Leadership Seminar

A leading community event to enable delegates to move beyond the basic issues of Privacy and Identity. It will feature thought-provoking panel discussions and netowrking with peers, tackling the key issues surrounding privacy and identity as a core enabler of today’s personal, business and government processes, making it an invaluable and unique occasion.

The following underlying elements will be under discussion:

  • Consent/ permission management
  • portable digital proof/ evidence
  • Person centred vs organisation centric
  • Separate identity verification, identity assurance
  • Interoperability – maintain things in distinct layers

This annual one day seminar is aimed at business people and planning ,strategy and development professionals who have an influence on policy in government, citizen and business applications.

See interviews with some of the speakers:
Keynote address – Dave Birch – youtu.be/MScmb0ZLczg

Keynote address – Malcolm Harbour – youtu.be/QtxpDGd_S4M

Jonathan Bamford interview – youtu.be/5PE2MlLOrrQ

John Bullard interview – youtu.be/At_e6VbA-kg

Janet Hughes interview – youtu.be/lAd0Ch_55x4

David Alexander interview – youtu.be/lrpBPixawlU

Dave Birch interview – youtu.be/NPNqHltXE34


10th December 2015
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