In case you haven’t seen it yet we thought we’d share with you details of various sections of next weeks agenda for Think Digital Identity for Government. We think you’ll agree that this jam packed day is full of some really interesting and insight full content curtesy of some brilliant speakers. Here’s the first 4 sessions of the day:
GOVERNMENT KEYNOTE: DIGITAL IDENTITY FOR YOU, FOR ME, FOR EVERYONE! ARE YOU READY?
Natalie Jones OBE, Director of the One Login for Government Programme will speak about her experience in leading the development of the UK Government’s flagship Digital Identity System. Natalie’s speech will set out the ground-breaking vision agreed across Government, the roadmap to success and current progress. She will also discuss the use of new technologies and give an insight into some of the challenges faced in delivering a programme of this magnitude.
DWP DIGITAL CASE STUDY: PROPRTIONATE IDENTITY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Cheryl Stevens MBE, Digital Director, Shared Channels Experience at Department for Work and Pensions team will present a case study on the departments use of proportionate identity across channels.
SECURE ACCESS FOR A CONNECTED WORLD
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Todays digital world has become more complex and there are countless interactions between people, machines, and apps – and its growing. IAM systems are under strain to manage new digital initiatives and deal with threats. Before digital explosion you could control access with the right “gates”, but now the digital estate is growing and changing too quickly. We need secure access for every interaction, human and non-human, which requires a solution that is comprehensive and connected.
Ilana Smith and Brandon Murdoch from Microsoft UK will share insight into the creation of a trusted identity fabric that can serve the entire digital estate now and into the future. This will provide a safe entryway, not a gateway restricting access, which will help you verify all identities and secure, manage, and govern access to any resource.
UK DIGITAL IDENTITY AND ATTRIBUTES TRUST FRAMEWORK UPDATE
George Muscat, DCMS’ Policy Lead for development of the UK Digital Identity and Attributes Trust Framework will be looking at a set of rules including roles, policies, procedures and standards governing the use of digital identity. George will be speaking on the government’s progress on the trust framework after working closely with stakeholders to test and receive feedback on the alpha update iteration of the trust framework over the last year. He will also set out the government’s vision for the role the trust framework will play in the digital identity ecosystem – to help organisations check identities and share attributes in a trusted and consistent way, enabling interoperability and increasing public confidence.
You can still register to attend this conference either in person or virtually via the conference website here.
We hope to see you on the 16th.