PROGRAMMING

Our topic focused sessions cover key issues across four critical themes of Governance and Privacy, Inclusion and Empowerment, Technology and Implementation, and Risk and Security. The challenges and opportunities of identity cannot be tackled in silos — for this reason, there are key crossover sessions that bridge tracks to foster the conversation among participants across industries, peer groups, and areas of expertise.

We’re excited and honored to convene the world’s most influential organizations and smartest minds across all industries to shape the future of identity.

*Crossover program

Governance and Privacy

Governance, whether through formal legal regulation or self regulating standard setting, plays a vital role in the identity landscape. In this theme we have a lively discussion between regulators, standard setting bodies, advocacy groups, industry, and consumers.

New Tools and Rules for Identity Management *

There are many instruments, “tools and rules”, of trust within the identity ecosystem; the challenge is aligning technology tools and legal rules to deploy identity management services globally.

This presentation will provide a pragmatic perspective of global efforts focused on the intersection of business, legal and technical aspects.

This session is held with technology and Implementation
Fostering Innovation through Regulatory Sandboxes *

Regulatory sandboxes have become a framework where regulators, financial institutions, and entrepreneurs can interact to test products, services, and business models in a live environment. Hear from a panel of both regulators and entrepreneurs about the opportunities and challenges of working in these sandboxes.

This session is held with technology and Implementation
International Regulation of Identification in Financial Services: Key Differences and Trends

Governments around the world are making numerous changes to the regulation and supervision of financial marketplaces. This session will cover key trends and differences specifically affecting identity and identification.

Who owns identity? A Conversation *

Explore fundamental questions such as: “can identity be owned?”, “should it be?”, “by whom?”. This panel conversation will discuss how diverging identity protocols and legal trust frameworks are grappling with these questions.

This session is held with Enablement and Inclusion
Reaching Hard to Verify Customers through “Non Traditional” Identity Verification *

A large proportion of the global population is unverifiable using “traditional” identity verification. This panel discusses both the advances in non traditional data sources and verification methods, and the evolutions in regulatory and privacy paradigms that are needed.

This session is held with Enablement and Inclusion

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Enablement and Inclusion

Identity is a fundamental on ramp for many crucial services ranging from finance to healthcare to education, and other vital social benefits. This theme will tackle not only progress in identity systems for inclusion, but also the new business models and practices emerging out of these challenges.

Designing systems to mitigate bias in the sharing economy

The explosive growth of the sharing economy has not come without challenges, including allegations of bias based on race and other personal identity factors. Hear from expert panelists on the front lines of designing systems to promote inclusion.

KYS - Know Yourself - A look at identity around the world

This session will tackle how people around the world view identity, as well as the practical implications of these differences on designing identity systems at a global scale.

Who Owns Identity? A Conversation *

Explore fundamental questions such as: “can identity be owned?”, “should it be?”, “by whom?”. This panel conversation will discuss how diverging identity protocols and legal trust frameworks are grappling with these questions.

This session is held with Governance and Privacy
Reaching Hard to Verify Customers through “Non Traditional” Identity Verification *

A large proportion of the global population is unverifiable using “traditional” identity verification. This panel discusses both the advances in non traditional data sources and verification methods, and the evolutions in regulatory and privacy paradigms that are needed.

This session is held with Governance and Privacy
Identity as a Pillar in the Global Development Agenda: Efforts to date and future directions

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Technology and Implementation

In this theme we’ll explore key technologies changing the identity landscape. Our expert cross industry panels will also delve into the practical implications and lessons learned from implementation.

New Tools and Rules for Identity Management *

There are many instruments, “tools and rules”, of trust within the identity ecosystem; the challenge is aligning technology tools and legal rules to deploy identity management services globally. This presentation will provide a pragmatic perspective of global efforts focused on the intersection of business, legal and technical aspects.

This session is held with Governance and Privacy
Fostering Innovation through Regulatory Sandboxes *

Regulatory sandboxes have become a framework where regulators, financial institutions, and entrepreneurs can interact to test products, services, and business models in a live environment. Hear from a panel of both regulators and entrepreneurs about the opportunities and challenges of working in these sandboxes.

This session is held with Governance and Privacy
Identity on the Blockchain: Challenges and Opportunities

Blockchain is seen by some as a an opportunity to revolutionize identity management, while others don’t see a path towards practical implementation. This panel will explore the practical challenges and opportunities of blockchain technologies for identity management.

The Business of Identity

There is a clear opportunity for companies to add value by giving users greater control over their data, reducing the amount of sensitive information that gets passed around, and simplifying and strengthening authentication. In this panel, entrepreneurs and experts discuss the merits and drawbacks of different revenue models and the challenges for those seeking to build scale in a fragmented identity market.

Best Practices and Lessons Learned from Biometric Implementations

Biometrics can be a powerful tool to both identify and authenticate users. However, implementing the technology and managing this sensitive data is not free. Panelists across a variety of industries will share their experiences.

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Risk and Security

Identity can be a powerful tool for risk management, but managing identity systems and data poses ever growing security challenges. This theme will tackle emerging threats, technologies, and best practices for building safer and more resilient systems.

Physical security goes digital -- access management in a connected world

As physical and digital worlds converge, the line between physical access policies and digital authentication management is eroding. This cross industry panel will explore best practices in adapting to this paradigm.

Identifying and Securing the Internet of Everything

The Internet of Everything is comprised of billions of nodes and edges between people, networks, and things. Identifying, managing, and ultimately securing these complicated relationships is crucial to the success of the Internet of Everything. This panel tackles the latest developments in building identification and security for this scale and complexity.

A Data Breach Postmortem

Highly public data breaches of tremendous magnitude have become the seemingly new normal. This postmortem view offers an in depth look at the aftermath — they don’t call it a postmortem for nothing.

Machine learning + AI: New technologies meet old identity issues
Identity Centric Security in the Cloud

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