|Government ID World||Smart Security Week Innovation Live|
PLENARY GRAND OPENING
Keynotes & panels addressing transversal topics of the Smart Security Week conferences
|From National e-ID to Digital ID|
|Building Future Government-Led ID Ecosystems|
|From National ID to Derived Credentials|
|IDM & Privacy Protection|
Common to the co-located conferences forming Smart Security Week, the Grand Opening will be addressing the global move to put the consumer and citizen back in control of their data at multiple levels (citizen ID, customer ID, IoT devices ID, social network ID etc.).
This non-technical plenary session will explore both the latest privacy and data protection initiatives –policies, regulations, standards…– and their related societal and economic challenges.
On stage, several keynotes from high-level representatives of the EU, US, international organizations and other countries, as well as private sector representatives.
● Service providers perspective of helping customers deliver privacy and compliance in the cloud
● The mechanisms AWS offers its customers to help with their compliance programs and the GDPR
● Digital Sovereignty- as answer to the behavior of China and US
● Security Certification (in reflection of the Cybersecurity Act)
● Role of ENISA
● Further Harmonization in EEA
● Incident Shaping and Reporting
● Encryption – cooperation with law enforcement
|Smart Security Week Innovation Live
2.00pm: Exhibition Opening
• Implementing a perfect document system is like building a perfect house. Drawing parallels.
• Key factors to consider in advance
• Thinking about investments
• Finding the right subcontractors
• Construction phase, security, infrastructure and maintenance
• Convenience and usability
• The 4 trends of digital ID in 2018 and the key success factors to create a digital ID in a country
• How to create a strong collaboration between the public and private sector?
• Keeping pace with today’s digital transformation
• Use case of itsme: how private and public sector work together to create a unique digital ID
• We are still in the middle of a transition from the physical to a Digital Identity, it is an irreversible development going forward.
• Legislation is key
• Other conditions to speed up the acceptance of an e-identity: wide distribution, interoperability hub and trust
• The governments needs to provide the necessary enabling framework and create an open but regulated commercial cooperative network with the private industry
• Benefits of the Zero Liability Network, a platform in which organizations can confidently transact with individuals without the need to maintain costly and inconsistent duplicative enrolment and onboarding technologies and processes
• Foundational components the Digital Assurance Platform based on the emerging Pan Canadian Trust Framework.
• Benefits for Canadian organizations and individuals
• Why future ID ecosystems have to enable secure identity verifications in the real and the digital world
• Three technologies in comparison: mobile vs. card-based vs. block chain solutions
• Can mobile identity solutions square the circle?
• Barriers and obstacles to the widespread adoption of eGovernment
• How to reshape the government into a functional, secure, convenient digital ecosystem
• Guaranteed Smart Identity as a universal concept for the public and private sector
• Requirements to delivering citizens with a digital ID scheme that facilitates their everyday life
• User enrolment “gamified”, frictionless Strong User Authentication, enforced Privacy-by-design
• First eID Cooperative platform for citizens’ everyday life and use cases
• Highlight successes and failures of 20 years of government identity in the USA
• Look at the challenges the USA faces to move secure credentials onto mobile devices
• Highlight examples of mobile derived credentials, mobile driver’s licenses, electronic
• What the future holds for mobile identity in the USA
• Direction of National mobile ID introduction in Japan
• Post-introduction of Japanese PKI to telecommunications carrier UIM
• Introducing National mobile ID for iOS
• How to launch successfully Mobile ID service if there are 2 standards inside the country (ECDSA and DSTU)
• Absence of Identity card among internal population
• On‐line tax declaration is the strongest case to use Mobile ID service
• Lack of interoperability of certificates among Certified Registration and Certificate Authorities
• Leveraging the digitization of personal biometrics & paper ID’s into a digital ID process
• Gov agencies/users ability to integrate multiple factor authentication for extra security
• Identity trust between individuals and governments in a digital environment
• Expected $50 billion dollars saving for governments by 2020 and net 1.09% increase in EU growth
• Preventing document forgery
• eSeals vs eSignatures
• Simple to use eSeals
• How the eIDAS regulation addresses the issues of electronic seals
• New Opportunities of eIDAS-Network for cross-border identification
• First experiences from German perpective
• Application example from CEF-funded project StudIES+: “mobile European Student Card” as derived ID on mobile devices
• Concept for potential use of fingerprint scanner integrated in to a smart cards
• Addressing national ID practical issue about offline identification of citizen
• Cost reduction in implementation of National eID schemes
• Immediate citizen identification during emergencies, even by non-trained people
• How Europe provides cross‐border eHealth services to its citizens
• eIDAS to authenticate citizens accessing cross‐border eHealth services
• Blockchain as a logging mechanism
• The Konfido project: goals and initial results
• Facilitating cross border access to Personal Health Care (HC) data in a mobile way
• Use of various available building blocks, available standards and tools
• Loose coupling with Smartphone and Telecom Services
• Community based?
• Current information processes are too costly and time-consuming.
• Allowing citizens to use a Self-Sovereign Identity Agent that can help to fill in forms
• Validation of electronically provided attestations is very easy, i.e. very fast and cheap
• We provide figures on expected benefits (savings in throughput, costs).
• This is something we have to learn and/to do together
• Identity Federation requires expert knowledge and complex infrastructures – eIDAS is Identity Federation on an unprecedented scale
• Many (other) parties and roles are involved and many more need to be recognised and involved
• Lessons learnt from 100 Dutch municipalities
• The current identity management system in Guinea is negatively impacting the country in terms of economy and security
• Alternative by assigning a unique identifier to each resident in the country
• Case studies of implementing identity management systems in Kenya and Estonia