Identity Summit London 2020

Thursday, 30 January 2020, 9:15 AM - 6:00 PM [GMT]

41 Luke Street, London, UK, EC2A 4DP, United Kingdom

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Event Information

Thursday, 30 January 2020, 9:15 AM - 6:00 PM [GMT]

About the Event

Identity Summit London 2020 is a one-day power-packed event focusing on digital identity and the innovative technology being used in this area, hosted by Rise London in the heart of London’s Fintech community and delivered by Goode Intelligence.

The question of how we effectively and securely identify people online and enable them to perform digital tasks in a safe and secure manner is one of the fundamental ones of our time.

With up to 120 senior leaders and technology specialists in digital identity from a range of sectors such as finance (including the FinTech community), retail, government, manufacturing, technology and telecoms, this is an outstanding opportunity to learn from experts and end-users.  Identity Summit London 2020 also provides plenty of opportunity for networking with peers and making new contacts enabling investors and buyers to come together with leading vendors to discover the latest innovation in digital identity and related technology applications.

Identity and digital technology specialists will be on hand with professional knowledge and case studies to share the latest innovations designed to improve areas such as customer experience through enlightening talks, panels and workshops.  This will enable you to deepen your understanding to help make decisions on the best strategy for deploying digital identity technology in your organisation.  With industry attendees representing a mix of companies at various stages of development from private start-ups through to established, listed companies, there will also be advice, business acceleration and investment opportunities to explore.

Summit keynotes and talks plus informative panel discussions will deliver exceptional insight on the key themes of:

       Digital Identity landscape for both Government and Private Schemes

       Government eID initiatives (Passports, Drivers’ licences and National ID schemes)

       The role in eKYC in supporting digital onboarding

       Is the time right for Sovereign ID?

       One identity to rule them all – Fact or Fiction?

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About the Organizer

Goode Intelligence is a world-leading identity and biometrics research and consulting organisation founded in 2007 and based in London. We work internationally with technology vendors and service providers to inform, educate and influence. Our services are used by a range of clients, from established super-brands right through to hot, emerging start-ups and market disrupters.

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Event Speakers

Andrew Churchill
Security Consultant & Researcher

Andrew Churchill has over 20 years’ experience working in security within Government, Industry and Academia, in particular cyber security and financial crime. He has led the cyber crime task force and co-ordinated security technology requirements for HMG, acted as subject matter expert on a European Union cyber crime and terrorism programme, sits on the Federal Reserve’s Secure Payments Task Force, has recently completed the UK’s Open Banking Threat Assessment Exercises, and is providing guidance on mitigating actions to Regulators to prevent vulnerabilities being exploited. In addition to his consultancy work, he is also currently lead author of the British Standards Institution’s ‘Digital Identification & Authentication Code of Practice’, adopted by UK Finance as meeting their regulatory obligations, and is developing technology benchmarking in this regard in partnership with GCHQ’s Academic Centre of Excellence, Royal Holloway. He acts as a cyber/financial fraud adviser to numerous institutions and associations, including the Emerging Payments Association, Kompli-Global, Huntswood, inter alia, In addition to his first degree he holds Masters in Defence & Security Analysis (MA, Lancaster) and Information Security (MSc, Royal Holloway).

Martin Ingram
Identity & Access Management Product Owner, Royal Bank of Scotland

Martin Ingram is the Identity & Access Management Product Owner for RBS, in charge of transforming identity & access management for RBS to support new customer digital journeys and requirements such as PSD2. Prior to RBS he has had a broad experience in security both from a vendor and a client organisation perspective having consulted or worked for organisations in Europe, America and Australia. As such he has been involved in IAM, Crypto systems, Content Security and malware amongst many other security domains. Martin has a background in engineering and has been on the board of several start-up technology companies.

Dr Manreet S Nijjar
Doctor and Founder of Digital Identity company Truu

Dr Manreet Nijjar is a practicing Infectious Diseases and General Medicine Physician who has been working in the NHS for over a decade. He has recently completed his Consultant training and is focusing on creating a trusted decentralised digital identity for doctors and associated healthcare workers. He has worked on this problem for the last three years and is working with leading global organisations in the digital identity space and is a recognised international speaker on the subject. Dr Nijjar also contributed to the health section of Lord Holmes’s report on blockchain.

Frank Smith
Chair ENLETS Mobile

Frank Smith has worked in law enforcement and technology, including 37 years with the UK Home Office. This has included biometrics, mobiles and travel document security; and work on front-line border control for UK Border Force, in France. He has considerable international experience, representing the UK on the management board of eu-LISA, has managed new legislation, and has been Private Secretary to the UK Minister for Immigration. Frank was lead author of ‘Strong Identity, Strong Borders’ for the Secure Identity Alliance (2017/18). He Chairs the EU working group on law enforcement use of mobiles (ENLETS Mobile) and has written on biometrics good practice. He has spoken at several international conferences and continues to focus on new technologies than can improve security and throughput at the border for all stakeholders.

Andrew Tobin
European Managing Director, Evernym

Andrew Tobin is a technology strategist. He has a history of delivering innovative technology solutions to complex business problems in the converging worlds of banking, mobile and identity markets. At Evernym he has been intricately involved in the growth of self-sovereign identity from theory into practice. He spends the majority of his time helping organisations to understand the implications and opportunities for their business, and showing them how it works in reality. He is a well-known evangelist, speaker and writer on the topic and loves the "ah-ha" moment when people realise the huge potential that digital credentials bring to the entire online ecosystem.

https://www.evernym.com/

Event Schedule

  • January 30, 2020
09:00 AM
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09:15 AM

Registration and light refreshments

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09:15 AM
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09:30 AM
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09:45 AM
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10:50 AM

Innovation in Identity - presentation & panel session

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10:55 AM
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11:20 AM

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11:20 AM
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11:35 AM
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12:20 PM

Diversity and Inclusion in Identity - presentation & panel (participants tba shortly)

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Use of Digital Identity at the Border - Advantages and Risks

Main auditorium

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Frank Smith

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The role of Government Identity in Commercial Identity Verification

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Andrew Churchill

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Keynote - title and presenter tba shortly

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Keynote - title and presenter tba shortly

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Identity in UK Finance: A perspective from Martin Ingram, Royal Bank of Scotland

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Martin Ingram

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Keynote - title and presenter tba shortly

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Case study (speaker tba shortly)

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04:55 PM
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Keynote - title and presenter tba shortly

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Presentation & panel - Self-Sovereign Identity (further panellists tba shortly)

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Andrew Tobin

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