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Late morning session topics from Digital Identity conference

Four more great session topics and speakers from this Thursdays conference

Posted 13 June 2022 by Matt Stanley


As a follow up to last weeks post on the first four sessions from Thursdays conference, here are the next 4 session topics including speakers from DWP Digital, DEFRA, the Pensions Dashboard Programme and NHS Blackpool.

Tim Skaptason – DEFRA

THE EVOLUTION OF DIGITAL IDENTITY AT DEFRA

Since May 2018, Condatis and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) have worked together on several Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) strategy and implementation projects. In this panel session with Defra’ Enterprise Architect, Tim Skaptason we will cover where Defra started off in their digital transformation journey, the evolution of Defra’s digital identity framework, and how they have enhanced their digital services over the years.

Defra have several differing user types, from external European and International bodies, public and private sector bodies, Academics and student researchers, voluntary and third sector organisations, and the general public. Together with the team at Defra, Condatis have collaborated on strategy and the provision of a standards-compliant orchestration engine, while retaining the existing Defra component responsible for application of complex business rules, protecting Defra’s past investment.

Defra’s investment in innovations opens the potential for opportunities using password-less technologies and verifiable credentials, to further improve their services and simplify the end-user experience. Tim is joined by the Condatis CEO, Chris Tate.

David Reid – Pensions Dashboard

THE PENSIONS DASHBOARD AND DIGITAL ENTITLEMENT

The Pension Dashboard has been a complex system to develop. Many people have several pensions and often need to delegate pension management. Most pension systems are manual, and paper based, authorisation for a financial advisor to act on your behalf is done on paper. How can this highly manual process be expressed in the digital world, especially if the demographic is non-digital native?

This session will explore the ways and means of making pension management and access digital and how entitlement and delegation fit into a digital identity-driven system. We are very pleased to have David Reid, Head of Policy, Engagement & Analysis at the Pensions Dashboard Programme join us for this session. David is joined by the Chief Identity Strategist at the Open Identity Exchange, Nick Mothershaw.

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Cheryl Stevens MBE DWP Digital

MONITORING THE REGULATORY LANDSCAPE AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS ON THE HORIZON

Join Experian and leading experts for a panel discussion on the evolving regulatory trends shaping the identity market and impacts on lenders and consumers alike. Along with looking at what could future regulatory implications look like for government.

Cheryl is joined by Tom Gadsden and Victoria Jackson both from Experian.

Philip Graham – NHS Blackpool

THE IDENTITY FIT AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Local government is increasingly looking how citizen services can be replicated / replaced by digital versions. How can this be done so that all citizens have equal access to these services and in a way that secure against fraud when identity document such as birth, marriage, and death certificates are used?

We are pleased to welcome back Citizen Identity expert Philip Graham, Digital Programme Director from NHS Blackpool Teaching Hospitals to share his extensive insight. Phil is joined by Saroj Bains from ForegRock.

Tomorrow we will share the afternoon sessions with you which include our regular and very popular sessions, on International identity and the future of identity.

We look forward to seeing you on Thursday. You can still register here.