Silicon Trust London Forum – 26.06.2017

 

The Silicon Trust invites you to come to London to join other partners and ID experts for our annual Forum on latest trends in the ID markets – Monday, 26 June 2017 from 12:30 to 17:30 (BST) (click to register)

This year we will be looking at the latest developments in the area of mobile ID as well as the exciting developments in the segment of multi-application ID schemes. Both topics are of great interest to public sector audiences around the world.

The migration from card to mobile, or the co-existence of complimentary mobile and card-based schemes for public sector applications is an ongoing challenge for government and system integrators alike. At the core of all considerations must be the added value for the citizen, be it in the form of more convenience, added security or additional day-to-day functionality.

The same goes for so-called multi-application schemes: adding a payment functionality to national ID cards can transform a verification scheme into a multi-purpose platform for citizens to carry out financial transaction as well as access government services. At the same time, more than one stakeholder in any card scheme makes data handling and other high security processes more complex. Therefore, from a standardisation point, multi-application schemes should be designed to be as flexible and interoperable as possible when it comes to implementations. This year, during the Silicon Trust Forum, we will look at the advantages of using open standard instead of closed-loop approaches for schemes which combine ID with payment, social benefits or public transportation.

AGENDA
12:30 – 13:15
Registration and Snack Lunch
13:15 Welcome & Update on EU law enforcement mobile solutions 
Forum Moderator: Frank Smith, Chair of ENLETS Mobile 
13:30  Session 1: Latest developments in Mobile ID implementations
The mobile ID session will look at successful implementations in Europe as well as the roadblocks in large scale implementations. What works were and why. What is the role of the mobile device – is it really the Trusted Device we claim it is or, in a first step, a convenient interface for cards and tokens? 
Confirmed speakers:
  • Royal Holloway, University of London – Professor Keith Mayes: Sophisticated attack methods and scenarios- How do secured smart cards compare with mobile solutions?
  • HID Global – Steven Warne: Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Mobile IDs: Building Highly Secure, Trusted Identities
  • GIE SESAM-Vitale – Michel Venet : The Vitale eCard ID pilot project – more than just technology

Invited panelists:

  • OSPT Alliance – Yannick le Goff, President
  • YOTI – Chris Field, CMO
15:00 Coffee Break
15:30 Session 2: Requirements for successful multi-application schemes
Combining national ID cards with payment functionality can transform a verification scheme into a multi-purpose platform for citizens to carry out financial transaction as well as access government services. Multi-application schemes rely even more on interoperable standards and flexibility when it comes to implementations. This year, during the Silicon Trust Forum, we will look at the advantages of using open standard instead of closed-loop approaches for schemes, which combine ID with payment, social benefits or public transportation.
Speakers:
  • OSPT Alliance – Yannick le Goff, President: Benefits of true open standards in transportation schemes / multi-application scenarios
  • Margins Group – Emmanuel Selby, CTO: Marriage of finance & ID – can private & public sector cooperation really work?
  • cryptovision – Benjamin Drisch: Challenges behind successful Multi-App schemes

Panelists:

  • Royal Holloway, University of London – Professor Keith Mayes, Director of the Information Security Group
  • Infineon Technologies – Dr. Detlef Houdeau, Senior Director Business Development
17:00 Wrap up 
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