Economics of Identity: The Road to 2020

The Economics of Digital ID: Addressing the Challenges

21 May, 13.30-17.30 followed by networking drinks reception

Together with representatives of sector organisations, companies and stakeholders currently working in the digital ID space, we will pick apart the challenges and discuss: what needs to be done to create an interoperable digital ID market in the UK?

Keynote: Lisa Barrett, Director of Digital Identity, GDS

1.30

Registration

 

 

2.00

Event Opening

Moderator

Sarah Walton

2.05

Introduction

 techUK/ OIX

Anthony Walker and Don Thibeau

2.10

KEYNOTE

GDS

Lisa Barrett

 

2.30

Panel: techUK Recs 1,2,8

  • Establishing a Digital ID ecosystem
  • Point of contact
  • Competent authority

DWP

Cheryl Stevens

 

TISA

Harry Weber-Brown

FDATA

Gavin Littlejohn

DCMS

Andrew Elliot

MasterCard

Dan Johnson

3.00

Participants’ Q&A/Discussion

 

3.15

Exploring interoperability between GPG45 and JMLSG Guidance

OIX

Rob Laurence

 

 

 

 

3.30

Panel: techUK Recs 3,4

  • Gov.UK Verify’s future plans
  • Opening of data to private sector

TCS

Pratap Tambe

NHS

Phil Graham

Post office

Martin Edwards

Yoti

Julie Dawson

GDS

Lawrence Hopper

4.00

Participants’ Q&A/Discussion

 

4.15

NETWORKING BREAK

 

4.30

Panel: techUK Recs 5, 6

  • Issuing attributes digitally/thin files
  • Recognising digital ID as equal to paper- based & face-to-face

Tower Hamlets

Jon Graham

 

IAG

Harvey Tate

Gambling Commission

Martyn Roberts

HSBC

Alastair Campbell

Etive

Stuart Young

5.00

Participants’ Q&A/Discussion

 

5.20

Outline of next steps

OIX/techUK

Ruth Milligan and Nick Mothershaw

5.30 -7.00

Networking Drinks Reception

 

 

Please note, this event will be of wide interest, so tickets are limited to one ticket per member of either OIX/techUK.
 

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