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Day 1 Tuesday 18 June
10.00Welcome & Keynotes
Chair: Jon Shamah, Chair, EEMA

Mark Power, Director Technical Sale, Data & AI, Microsoft, UK

Gunnar Nordseth, CEO, Signicat, Norway The Evolution and future of digital identity

Keynote: TBC
11.00Coffee & Networking
11.30Digital Transformation in the Financial Sector
Chair: Steve Pannifer, Consult Hyperion, UK

Harry Weber-Brown, Digital Innovation Director, TISA, UK
Digital ID for financial services

Mads Henriksveen, CA and eID Manager, Buypass AS, Norway
Certificates as enabler for innovation in FinTech
New Data Protection & Privacy Challenges
Chair: Herbert Leitold, A-SIT, Austria

John Erik Setsaas, VP of Identity & Innovation, Signicat AS, Norway
The future of self-managed identities

Eleanor McHugh, Director, InIdSol, UK
Right here, right now - privacy through transient identities
Is the Speed of Digital Transformation Leaving Employees Behind?
Chair: Mark Tindal, CEO, Contact Centre Systems, UK

Richard Skellett, Founder, Digital Anthropology, UK
Empowering employees through digital transformation
12.30Lunch & Networking
Chair: David Alexander
, CEO Mydex CIC, UK

Julian Ranger, Chairman, UK
Personal data - real world examples of how individual control allows businesses to do more
14.30Coffee & Networking
15.00A Perspective on the Emerging
Personal Mobile Data Ecosystem Leading to Trusted & Sustainable Business Models
Chair: Rick Chandler,
Treasurer, EEMA, UK

Dario Betti, CEO, MEF, UK

Andrew Bud, CEO, iProov, UK

David Pollington, Senior Director, GSMA, UK
Legal & Regulation Issues, Challenges & Solutions
Chair: Tim Reiniger,
Director, Reiniger LLC, USA

Jacqueline Zoest, Barrister, Campbell Millar, UK
Privacy and the Internet of Things: law, regulation and governance

Mark King,
Consultant, Broadsail, UK
Digital is not just online
go.eIDAS: Applications and Pilots to Create Trust in the Future
Chair: Jon Shamah,
Chair, EEMA, UK

Christoph Zehetner, BRZ, Austria
FutureTrust Pilots: demonstrators and their progress (with AT client presentations)

Carl-Markus Piswanger, e-Government Architect, BRZ, Austria
Introducing the FutureTrust Business Services, their applications and progress
16.00Coffee & Networking
16.30Unconference Informal Round Table Debates of your choice
Subjects dependent on submissions received on the day at the conference - an opporunity for all attendees to set the topics for discussion
Moderated by: Esther Makaay, Business & eID Analyst/Architect, SIDN, Netherlands (invited)
18.00Reception, networking and awards
Including Gin Tasting
Day 2 Wednesday 19 June
08.30EEMA 33rd General Assembly
09.30Keynotes: Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Processing to Combat Crime
Chair: Jon Shamah,
Chair, EEMA
Collecting and Managing Digital Evidence using AI - the LOCARD Project

Richard Perkins, Director, EMEIA, NICE Public Safety, UK,
Digital transformation of criminal evidence, case study and demo
10.30Coffee & Networking
11.00How Artificial Intelligence Contributes to Effective Transformation
Chair: George Sharkov,
Director, ESI CEE, Bulgaria

Prof Ibrahim Kushchu, Brighton University UK (invited)
Trends and futures of AI and business transformation
Has Blockchain Come of Age?
Chair: John Erik Setsaas
, VP of Identity & Innovations, Signicat AS, Norway

Peter Cozijnsen, Business & Security Consultant, CGI, Netherlands
Blockchain security, a framework for trust and adoption

Daniele Tumietto, Advisor, CSQA, Italy
Blockchain technology: world experience and implementation. Challenges in the private and public sector
Transforming the Way we see Trust: the LIGHTest Project
Chair: Heiko Rossnagel
, Fraunhofer, Germany

Hans Graux,
time.lex, Belgium
The legal perspective

Martin Hoffmann, NLNetlabs, Netherlands
A high level technical perspective

Rachelle Sellung, Researcher, Fraunhofer, Germany
The business perspective
12.00Lunch & Networking
13.00Digital Transformation in Action: real life examples
Chair: Robert Garskamp, Managing Director, IDnext, Netherlands

Johan Stronkhorst, Group ICT Security Manager, Greenyard, Belgium
New technology transforms Greenyard from 70 SMEs into one corporation

Romek Szczesniak, Director, InIdSol, UK
Redbush: a research platform for e-commerce
Orchestrating Digital Identity, Privacy and Assurance - the Kantara perspective
Chair: Colin Wallis,
Executive Director, Kantara, UK

David Black, Consultant, ID Crowd, UK

Mark Lizar, CEO, Open Consent Group, UK
GDPR by Design and Default, Security and Governance Challenges and Solutions
Chair: Carolyn Harrison
, MD, Assured Clarity, UK

Kuan Hon, Director, Fieldfisher, UK
GDPR, NIS Directive, etc etc: will they drive organisations to improve their security posture?

Jörg Hladjk, Partner, Jones Day, Belgium
Can the GDPR be a catalyst for digital transformation
14.00Coffee & Networking
14.30Do Public/Private Digital Identity Schemes Need National Identity Standards Overseen by Mandatory External Assessments?
Fireside Discussion
Chair: Nils Inge Brurberg,Program Manager, BITS, Norway

Richard Trevorah, Technical Director, tScheme, UK Invited

Alastair Treharne,
Head of Identity Risk & Standards, Digital Service, UK Invited
A roadmap for international interoperability
Three Initiatives to Enable Enhanced Privacy and Security

Mark Lizar
, CEO, Open Consent Group, UK
Open Surveillance for advanced privacy and security

Miha Stopar,
Senior Software Developer, XLAB, Slovenia
Functional Encryption Technologies: the FENTEC preject

Alessandro Guarino, StAG S.r.l, Italy
Threat intelligence and attack predictions in the ASEAN REGION: the YAKSHA platform
15.30Closing Keynote
Emma Lindley, VP Visa and Dave Birch, Global Ambassador, Consult Hyperion - an in-depth discussion on the Digital Identity Mass Market
Closing remarks: Roger Dean, Director Special Projects, EEMA

Programme subject to change

New for 2019: Meeting Rooms available for discussions and building your business relationships.
Pre-booking is advisable