Editorial

New headline sponsor confirmed for Think Digital Identity For Government 2019: LexisNexis

“Having attended Think Digital Identity as a delegate, we were certain that we wanted to be involved the next one”

Posted 17 October 2019 by

Think Digital For Government 2019, the UK’s only Digital ID event with a specific focus on the UK public sector, has confirmed that risk management leader LexisNexis Risk Solutions has agreed to come on board as a Headline-level sponsor for its upcoming (December 5th) event in Westminster.

Sinéad Mooty, the company’s EMEA Field Marketing Manager, told us her company’s decision was based on its positive experience of the last event in June.

“Having attended Think Digital Identity as a delegate, we were certain that we wanted to be involved the next one,” she stated.

“The content, level of delegates and the engagement was second to none, so it was an easy decision to make to sponsor it this time around. LexisNexis Risk Solutions are looking forward to the team attending the Think Digital Identity for Government event on 5th December in London.”

The very welcome news perfectly complements other emerging news about the day’s agenda.

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Lisa Barrett, Director of Digital Identity at GDS, has indicated that her session will now be covering such core UK Digital ID issues as, ‘What will be our lasting contribution to Digital ID for this country and the world – as we are committed to getting this right, putting privacy and users first in a way we can be proud of.’

Other keynote speakers definitely coming on December the 5th include:

The company behind the event, Think Digital Partners, has also confirmed 130 delegates have already confirmed attendance, with registration from across 40 Central Government Departments and local government bodies.

Commenting on the LexisNexis Risk Solutions announcement, Matt Stanley, Think Digital Partners’ Director, noted, “Over the past couple of years, we have worked very closely with central government Departments such as DWP, to ensure that all our content at each Think Digital Identity For Government only ever focuses on topics that matter not just now across the public sector, but also flags up – early enough to be proactive about them – the important issues and technology that will come into play in the next 12 months.

“We ensure that delegates attending know they will walk away at 4 o’clock with information that will help them in the roles they currently work with in government (Central and Local, as well as in the wider UK public sector).

“We place huge value on networking with colleagues, and work to ensure we dedicate time during the day for delegates to meet and discuss the topics that they have heard about from the experts speaking on-stage minutes before.”

If you think that sounds useful, then why not secure your chance to participate in shaping the future of UK Digital Identity by registering for your place today – and see you in December!