SDW Programme

The SDW 2018 conference programme will be available in 2018.




For information the SDW 2017 conference programme is below:


 Day Two | Day Three

Day One - Monday 26 June

alt Opening Remarks


Mark Lockie, Managing Director, Science Media Partners, Editor – Security Document World, UK

Matthew Finn, Managing Director, AUGMENTIQ, UK

 alt Opening Keynote Address

OPENING KEYNOTE: Always simpler, better, and definitely safer

  • Creating security to enable continuous improvement;
  • Transforming from legacy to state-of-the-art;
  • Ambition, innovation, and security all together.

Oliver Morley, Chief Executive Officer, Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), UK

  alt  Keynote Address

KEYNOTE: Australian Passports – the role of the passport in the digital age

  • Physical passports are here to stay and we will explore some of the security considerations for the next generation Australian passport;
  • However, society’s move towards digital transactions require us to look at digital identity, travel facilitation and the role that passport can play in a new light;
  • This presentation will explore the concept of a truly digital passport and how it might coexist with the physical version.

David Chadwick, Director, Passport Standards & Biometrics Section, Australian Passport Office, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
 10.55  Keynote Questions and Answers
 11.05 Refreshment  Break Sponsored byalt
alt Building trust in the lifecycle of identity

Trust is the cornerstone of identity. To have confidence someone is who they claim to be, we need to trust the identity document being presented; trust the integrity of checks carried out to establish the authenticity of that document; and trust the veracity of the issuance process that issued the document to the person presenting it.

In recent years, the industry has recorded a sharp decline in document fraud, but an equally sharp rise in identity fraud. So how can government and industry work together to establish and build trust to ensure the right checks and balances are in place so effective checks are carried out on genuine people presenting genuine documents?

This session aims to provide the latest thinking to help answer these critical questions.

Panel Chair:
Matthew Finn, Managing Director, AUGMENTIQ, UK


Spotted: Latest trends in ID document fraud

  • Numbers and types of forgeries;
  • Trends in document fraud;
  • Regions and branches that suffer from identity fraud.

Maickel van Oijen, Supervisor Documents Helpdesk, Keesing Technologies, The Netherlands

Fight against document fraud - the Commission action plan

  • A holistic approach to fight document fraud
  • Actions for Member States and EU institutions
  • Report on results for first quarter 2018

Silvia Kolligs-Tuffery, Policy Officer, Visa and Document Security Unit, Directorate for Migration and Mobility and Innovation, DG General Migration and Home Affairs, European Commission

Overview of the main results of the European Project ORIGINS on passport breeder documents

  • How to enhance the passport breeder documents lifecycle;
  • Recommendations on security solutions for passport breeder documents;
  • Towards common best practices: standardisation of breeder documents

Stéphane Caillebotte, Program Manager, OT-Morpho, Coordinator of the European Project ORIGINS, France


 12.30 Lunch Sponsored byalt
 alt Special Session - Cooperation and innovation in integrated border management
  • Document and identity fraud is a global migration problem; the need to establish a traveller’s true identity has become more important, from the perspective of identifying potential terrorists, serious criminals, legitimate travellers and persons in need of protection;
  • An approach of cooperation and collaboration, nationally and internationally is the only way that those who would seek to harm society can be effectively tackled;
  • Support to the border management and law enforcement agencies of Lebanon is vital not just for the safety of Lebanon itself, but also for the wider world. Lebanon effectively acts as a filter and early warning source for Europe.

Session introduced by:  Mark Lockie, Managing Director, Science Media Partners, Editor – Security Document World, UK

André ten Caat, Senior Employee Training / Document Expert, Royal Netherlands Marechaussee

Phil Johnson, Team Leader and Key Expert for IBM Lebanon, International Centre for Migration Policy Development

Mohammad Abbas, Document Expert, Directorate General of General Security for Lebanon

 alt Project in Focus: Grand Designs

Successfully bringing government ID projects to fruition requires many stakeholders to work together and unify their ideas and innovations around a strong initial concept. There is much at stake, with security and identity surety being primary concerns.

However, there are many other factors at play, including working within economic constraints.

SDW’s Grand Designs session sees the world’s foremost secure ID projects presented from concept to delivery, giving a real insight into what factors are needed to achieve success.


Session Chair's Introduction

Calum Bunney, Solutions Architect, Nexus Group, Sweden


New apps for electronic identification documents: a door to usability

  • Spanish ID/Travel documents decentralized issuing process;
  • Dual interface Spanish national ID;
  • Upgrading of document issuance infrastructure;
  • Mobile apps for both e-Government and daily activities.

Yolanda Pérez Tocino, Formative Projects and International, Documentation Division, Spanish National Police Force

Alberto Sánchez Bermejo, ID Documents Manager FNMT-RCM, Spain


A new German electronic passport!

  • The current German EU passport is considered one of the most secure documents in the world, although its current concept dates back to 1988;
  • On March 1, 2017, Germany introduced a completely new designed generation of EU passports
  • This presentation will highlight the security features of the new passport and explain the security concept behind it.

Dr Uwe Seidel, Scientific Director, Head of Section KT 5 – IT Forensics, Documents, Bundeskriminalamt, Germany


Slovenia – Register Oriented Country (from civil status registration to strong e-authentication)

  • Computerized central population register based on a long tradition in population registration since 19th century focusing on civil centric approach, with benefits and protection of citizens’ rights deriving from different statuses and a solid basis for state functioning;
  • Use of PIN and biometrics for clear identification, data protection and identity fraud; on-line exchange of information with other vital national registry (tax, pension, social, health insurance…) through standardized platforms;
  • Central register of legal identity in conjunction with the eID and central authentication – advantage of Slovenian model.

Nina Gregori, Director General of Directorate for Migration, Naturalisation and Internal administrative Affairs, Slovenia

15.35 Questions and Answers
15.45 Refreshment  Break Sponsored byalt
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16.10 Russell King, CEO, Paycasso, UK
alt Entry/Exit: Stronger, smarter borders for a changing world

For many years, border security professionals have advocated the need to know exactly who and what is crossing the border.

From an immigration perspective, this demands a system and set of capabilities to ‘count people in and count people out’ of a country. In 2016, after its initial proposal in 2013, the European Commission issued a legislative proposal for a package of measures known as ‘Smart Borders’, recommending the creation of a European Entry/Exit System and Registered Traveller Programme. Meanwhile the USA has indicated its conviction to add an Exit capability to its border management processes.

Against this backdrop, this session adopts a global view and considers the latest policy developments, as well as the challenges and practical realities of establishing identity and improving border control effectiveness by recording the time and place of people crossing borders around the world.


Session Chair's Introduction

Matthew Finn, Managing Director, AUGMENTIQ, UK


Panel - Entry/Exit: Stronger, smarter borders for a changing world


Roger Edwards, e-Borders Working Group, Secure Identity Alliance (SIA)

Andy Smith, Director, Government Services, SITA, UK

Tony Smith CBE, Former Director General, UK Border Force & Managing Director, Fortinus Global, UK

Gareth Williams, Company Secretary & Head, Strategy, EUROSTAR, UK

17.15 End of day one conference sessions

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Conference pass holders are invited to join us at The Roof Gardens, Kensington. Other SDW attendees are very welcome and may purchase a ticket to attend.

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Day Two - Tuesday 27 June

 alt Recent trends in counterfeiting of travel documents and how Government is responding

 Special Session in association with the Document Security Alliance

With the ever increasing sophistication of counterfeiting today, it is necessary for governments to take proactive steps to design secure travel documents that can be readily authenticated by law enforcement while continuing to support and facilitate travel and border crossing.

This session will examine the recent trends in counterfeiting observed by the U.S. Government and how the Department of State and Government Publishing Office have responded – from design and construction to production.


Session Chair's Introduction

Tony Poole, Partner, AJW, Inc., President, Document Security Alliance, USA

09.05 Document counterfeiting: trends and case studies
  • Simulation of line artwork;
  • Simulation of tactile features.
Elizabeth Gil, Forensic Document Examiner, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, HSI Forensic Laboratory

The next generation US passport and other North American document design initiatives

  • The future U.S. Passport;
  • The future U.S. Visa;
  • The role of research and development in U.S. document design.

Michelle Wilson, Document Design Officer, US Department of State, Passport Services

09.45 Transforming the GPO to support Next Gen passport production
  • Implementation of new design and security technologies;
  • Acquisition of new manufacturing technologies;
  • Transforming a culture – Taking it to the next level.
Scott Stole, New Product and Program Development Manager, U.S. Government Publishing Office, Security and Intelligent Documents
10.05 Questions and Answers
10.15 Refreshment  Break Sponsored byalt
 alt Joint session with the National Policing Identity Crime Portfolio Conference including Keynote Address and IN FOCUS panel

Session Introduction

Alan Gooden, Former-Detective Superintendent, National Coordinators Office, Economic Crime Directorate, City-of-London Police, UK


MORNING KEYNOTE:  Tackling identity crime

  • Identity Crime is a cross cutting issue that impacts on all communities in the UK;
  • It is used by criminals to commit a wide range of crimes;
  • We need to do more to help victims.

T/Commander David Clark, Police National Coordinator for Economic Crime, City-of-London Police, UK


IN FOCUS: Disrupting identity and document fraud

The fight against identity fraud is a constant battle between the authorities and the fraudsters. But, in today’s uncertain world, the stakes have never been higher. At one end of the scale, citizens face economic loss and disruption, with governments facing risks to national security at the other. The focus of this practical session is to identify effective ways to unearth and disrupt identity fraud networks, and to consider ways to combat fraud in action.

Led by
Alan Gooden, Former-Detective Superintendent, National Coordinators Office, Economic Crime Directorate, City-of-London Police, UK

David Benford, Managing Director, Blackstage Forensics

Gavin Burton, Strategic Development Director, TrustID

Martin Huxley, Assistant Director, Home Office, Immigration Enforcement, Criminal and Financial Investigations

Jim Marshall, Head, Home Office Immigration Enforcement’s National Document Fraud Unit (NDFU), UK
 12.00 Exhibition Viewing
 12.45 Lunch Sponsored byalt

Open to all conference and exhibition attendees


A prominent highlight of SDW for the past few years has been the panel: Views from the Top. The session brings together senior leaders from organisations operating across the document security and identity management arena to share their views from the top of their respective organisations.

Returning to the conference stage in 2017, Views from the Top will offer key insights into the challenges and opportunities that are driving change, affecting the market and shaping the future of the industry.  The SDW 2017 Views from the Top panel offers a powerful and rare opportunity to hear, first hand, the leadership’s thinking by examining the wider strategic context and considering the longer-term view of the design, development and wide-scale use of government-issued identity documents.
Led by Matthew Finn, Managing Director, AUGMENTIQ, UK

Carl-Otto Kuennecke, CEO, Otto Kuennecke

Frédéric Trojani, Executive Vice President - Government Programs, Gemalto

Didier Trutt, CEO - Imprimerie Nationale

 14.30 Session changeover
  alt  Taking travel document “e” security to the next level alt DocEx PART 1
Government only

Physical document security has advanced significantly over the last decade, but perhaps the biggest improvement in the security of travel documents has come through the introduction of smart chip technology and biometrics.

But attack vectors still exist, from eavesdropping and skimming to cloning and face morphing. These possible weaknesses are all the more exposed as the world relies ever more on the automation of border crossings.

This session examines how “e” travel document security must evolve to meet these wide-ranging challenges.

One of the most popular conference sessions at SDW, the DocEx Knowledge Exchange is designed for secure document designers, examination experts and issuance authorities from around the world.

In this private government-only setting, attendees are able to explore some of the challenges they face, understand new global document fraud trends, and share their experiences in a supportive environment


Session Chair's Introduction

Dr Uwe Seidel, Scientific Director, Head of Section KT 5 – IT Forensics, Documents, Bundeskriminalamt, Germany

Session Chair's Introduction

Paul Alty, Specialist Document Examiner, National Document Fraud Unit, UK

 14.45 Ten years of electronic passports – Attack vectors and future challenges
  • Overview of hardware security of ePassports;
  • Analysis of attack vectors and efforts for execution of attacks;
  • Implications for practical security and counter-measures.

Dennis Kügler, Head of Section “Chip-Security Analysis”

Dominik Klein, Advisor, Section “Chip-Security Analysis”,Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Germany

The anatomy of a counterfeit

  • The construction and production methods of a high quality counterfeit driver’s license;
  • Materials analysis;
  • Production methods and security features;
  • Importance of comparing to a genuine standard.

Elizabeth Gil, Forensic Document Examiner

Robert Gohl, Supervisory Forensic Document Examiner, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration & Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations Forensic Laboratory, USA


Who can flash that ePassport? 

  • Ever since they have existed, ePassport content has always been static (no change allowed);
  • New technology and new specifications are changing this – travel documents will be updated in the field;
  • How can citizen data and functional integrity be protected in this changing environment?

Mario Stoltz, Product Manager, NXP Semiconductors, Germany

Latest trends in forged polycarbonate documents

  • Latest trends;
  • Strengths & weaknesses of polycarbonate documents;
  • Challenges for humans and machines.

Stephan Mentzel, Expert for physical and technical document examination, Federal Police Headquarters, Section 33, Germany


Addressing face morphing attacks and their threat to the global electronic passport system – A project status report

  • Face morphing attacks pose a threat to the entire global electronic passport system;
  • Analysis of different morphing attack pipelines and the quality assurance likely to be performed by an attacker;
  • Design roadmap for countermeasures to detect and prevent face morphing attacks.

Uwe Rabeler, Technical Project Manager, Bundesdruckerei, Germany

The devil's in the detail: Key security features that continue to thwart the forger

  • Security features that have so far not been not been counterfeited to a deceptive standard;
  • Tamper evident features;
  • Features easily detectable by the lay person.

David Roberts, Specialist Document Examiner, National Document Fraud Unit, Home Office, UK
 15.45  Questions and Answers   Questions and Answers
 15.50 Exhibition Viewing and Refreshment  Break Sponsored byalt
  alt  On the front line: Enhanced identity verification techniques alt The emerging eID landscape

From border control to law enforcement and beyond, hundreds of thousands of people work on the front line. One of their significant challenges is to verify a person’s identity as quickly, reliably and effectively as possible. This challenge is made all the greater by the environment in which identity checks are performed and the limited time pressures that exist. Coupled with that, many front line professionals, such as bank clerks or hotel receptionists, are not dedicated identification experts, but are asked to make a judgement nonetheless.

New – more mobile – ways of scanning documents are also becoming popular, but as well as a variety of advantages, they could also represent a significant risk to the integrity and quality of the verification process.

This session examines the trends and challenges associated with verifying identity on the front line and offers ideas as to the skills, tools and procedures available to enhance the efficacy of this process.

New technologies are enabling eIDs to play an even greater role in the digital citizen experience. From national eIDs, to those being issued at a more local level (such as smart city implementations) multiple applications are now increaisngly on offer, including a raft of goverment services and applications, such as payment, transportation and voting.

Alongside these application developments this track also considers the emergence of alternative identity scheme architectures using technologies, such as blockchains.


Session Chair's Introduction

David Westgate, Business Support and Forensic Analysis, Travel Documents, Government Programs, Gemalto, UK

Session Chair's Introduction

Calum Bunney, Solutions Architect, Nexus Group, Sweden

 16.20 Front line use of identity document validation systems across employers, businesses and public authorities
  • Why the Home Office supports the use of identity document validation systems;
  • The steps the Home Office is taking to promote the use of the technology and to support the industry; 
  • How industry and the Home Office can work together.
John Allen, Illegal Migration, Identity Security and Enforcement, Immigration & Border Policy Directorate, Home Office, UK

Step-by-step: Transforming Portuguese life

Presentation of trends in today’s world;
Two real-life examples of what was done in Portugal to make life easier for citizens through the use of eID solutions – electronic voting and opening accounts.

Jorge Alcobia, CEO, Multicert, Portugal

 16.40 Evolution in identity verification – moving from physical to online and mobile
  • ID checking is evolving from secure documents to mobile ID and remote ID proofing;
  • Security features developed for secure documents are not fit for that;
  • How can we keep the same security level under new circumstances?
Erik van Dijk, Product Manager Security Features, OT-Morpho, The Netherlands

Smart cards for smart citizens of smart cities

  • Smart city strategies are key drivers for ICT in the public sector;
  • Smart cards can be the means of choice to securely participate in smart city ecosystems;
  • New challenges and requirements need to be faced and tackled to support multiple application areas.

Bernd Zwattendorfer, Technical Marketing Manager, Infineon Technologies Austria


Mobile + secure documents

  • A review of how mobile solutions are changing the game for front-line law enforcement;
  • A look at mobile solutions, identity and the travelling public;
  • Insight: where emerging trends and innovation may lead us in the future.

Frank Smith, Chair, ENLETS Mobile (EU working group on mobile solutions for law enforcement), UK

Blockchain – Friend or enemy (or both) of electronic identity documents?
  • Blockchain-based identity schemes are an alternative to conventional identity documents;
  • The blockchain approach usually fails when attributes need to be asserted to an identity;
  • There are concepts to combine conventional identity documents with blockchain technology.
Klaus Schmeh, Consultant, cv cryptovision, Germany
  Questions and Answers Questions and Answers
alt   SDW Exhibition Drinks   alt
17.30 - 18.30 Enjoy networking in a relaxed environment with a glass of wine or a beer in the Exhibition Halls.



Day Three - Wednesday 28 June


alt In conversation with…

Session Chair's Introduction

Session introduced by:  Mark Lockie, Managing Director, Science Media Partners, Editor – Security Document World, UK


Incisive interview with Dr Narjess Abdennebi, Chief, Facilitation Section – International Civil Aviation Organization

Interviewed by Tony Dean, Identity Solutions Specialist, De La Rue International Limited, Member of ICAO NTWG and ICBWG Working Groups, UK

alt SDW Fishbowl – Bringing mobile ID platforms to life - practical considerations

Extending physical citizen ID programmes to the mobile domain will revolutionise how people interact with just about everything: from accessing government services and entitlements to crossing borders, banking and beyond.  Yet the alluring promise of ubiquitous access and enhanced convenience is not without its challenges; particularly in the areas of regulatory reform, effective design, security and privacy.

This track explores the opportunities, trends and challenges along that path towards a safe, secure future with mobile citizen ID.

Session led by: Frank Smith, Chair, ENLETS Mobile (EU working group on mobile solutions for law enforcement), UK

Wayne Fletcher, Global Director, Government Solutions, Entrust Datacard

Detlef Houdeau, “Member of the focus group “Secure Mobile Identification”, working under the patronage of German MoI, Senior Director Business Development, Infineon, Germany

Steve Warne, Director of Solutions Marketing, Government ID Solutions, HID Global, UK

10.35 Refreshment  Break Sponsored byalt
  alt The future of secure document design alt  Standardization, certification and evaluation in focus

Innovation in secure document design has accelerated as new manufacturing and ink processes emerge alongside increasingly complex deployments of maturing technologies.

This session will explore how the expansion of visible and invisible security elements is crucial in combating potentially disruptive forgery and tamper techniques, but also examine wider design trends and evolving authentication needs.

Standardization, certification and evaluation initiatives exist within the secure credential domain to help raise security levels and provide quality assurance for end users, including governments and tendering authorities.

This track will discuss a number of important new schemes, ranging from a “Common Criteria” style of evaluation for specific document security features, up to the certification of overall security management system processes that security printers rely on.


Session Chair's Introduction

David Westgate, Business Support and Forensic Analysis, Travel Documents, Government Programs, Gemalto, UK

Session Chair's Introduction

Stéphanie de Labriolle, Marketing Director, Secure Identity Alliance, France

 11.05 Design excellence of the future
  • Despite the digital age approaching rapidly, physical documents still provide first line protection from ever-more sophisticated threats of counterfeit and fraud
  • Document design has certainly evolved over the years, and today a combination of beautiful imagery and cultural aesthetics are skilfully layered and combined with the latest technologies and innovative security features
  • We discuss what the future holds for secure document design, and how you can achieve Design Excellence
Julian Payne, Creative Director, De La Rue, UK

First ‘Common Criteria-like’ physical security evaluation scheme 

  • An overview of the scheme and actors;
  • An introduction to the ePSEM;
  • Next steps and continuing work.

Petri Viljanen, SIA eDocuments Workgroup, Gemalto


Plastic Surgery: Minor augmentation to major facelift

  • Forgery and Counterfeiting of Polymer Substrates
  • Design considerations to counter the threat

Brian Somers, Forensic Document Examiner, National Document Fraud Unit (NDFU), UK

The new ISO Tax Stamps Standard: The why and the what

  • The intent of the standard is to give best practice guidance in order to raise the quality of all tax stamps to those of the best now issued;
  • This is to be more effective in combatting tax fraud and protecting the public;
  • Tax stamps can have additional functions which add to their cost-effectiveness.

Ian M Lancaster, Associate, Reconnaissance International, UK

 11.45 The Hinge: Where paper meets polycarbonate
  • With growing adoption of polycarbonate in passports, datapage attachment is a hot topic
  • Some hinge constructions are clearly better than others
  • Flexibility, durability and security are the key elements of a good product
Renaud Laffont-Leenhardt, Director of Product Marketing for Passports, Gemalto Government Programs, France

Intergraf ISO 14298 – the certification for security printers: implementation and benefits for security printers and end customers

  • Importance of Intergraf ISO 14298:2013 for security printers and end customers;
  • Continuous improvement of company’s security management system processes;
  • Assuring a high grade of security for governments, tendering issuing authorities and other end customers.

Marc Been, Convenor ISO TC 130/WG10 (Managing Director VPGI Certification, and Intergraf Representative

 12.05 Questions and Answers Questions and Answers
alt  Lunchtime Keynote Address

Tackling the abuse of secure travel documentation

Marc Owen, Senior Director of National and International Operations, Immigration Enforcement, Home Office, UK

Session introduced by:  Mark Lockie, Managing Director, Science Media Partners, Editor – Security Document World, UK

12.45 Exhibition Viewing
13.10 Lunch Sponsored byalt
  alt  Biometrics: Effective solutions, responsible use alt DocEx PART 2
Government only

Developments in biometric technologies and the widespread adoption of biometrics in travel documents and border-crossing procedures have transformed the document security industry. Decades of investment in research and development has made it exceptionally difficult to replicate and forge security features, driving a sharp decline in document fraud. The inclusion of biometrics not only further enhances document security, but also crucially establishes a unique, unbreakable link between the document and its legitimate holder. So, where do we go from here and what additional opportunities can be derived from biometrics? This session looks at the latest developments and sets the scene for how and where biometrics can deliver improvements to government, industry and the all-important end-user.

The second part of this popular conference session at SDW, the DocEx Knowledge Exchange is designed for secure document designers, examination experts and issuance authorities from around the world. In this private government-only setting, attendees are able to explore some of the challenges they face, understand new global document fraud trends, and share their experiences in a supportive environment


Session Chair's Introduction

Marek Rejman-Greene, Senior Biometrics Adviser, Home Office, UK

Session Chair's Introduction

Paul Alty, Specialist Document Examiner, National Document Fraud Unit, UK


Fast and seamless travel: From dream to reality in Singapore…

  • A joint government/airport authority project at Changi Airport has integrated biometrics within all processes;  
  • The project incorporates biometric checks across bag drop, immigration (departing and arriving) and boarding for facilitation and security;
  • Technology and processes have created not just a smart border environment but a wise border environment: a border which achieves the dream of a seamless movement of people through a border and airport without any need to stop.

Gillian Ormiston, Solution Expert, Border Control, OT-Morpho, France

Entry and Exit Stamps

•         Stamps, EU legislation
•         Feasibility study
•         EES, ETIAS

J.J.M. (Hans) de Moel, Policy Officer, Royal Netherlands, Marechaussee (KMar), The Netherlands


14.20 Biometrics at the border: the integrators challenge

Integration and testing challenges when using biometrics;
New form factors for biometrics and identity transactions;
Future directions for identification.

Peter Waggett, Director of Research, IBM UK

Non-secure security documents…or none at all!!

  • Examination of identity and other supporting documents that contain no high security features;
  • What can we evaluate and how reliable is it?
  • What about when there are no original documents, only copies, scans or attachments to online applications?

Emma Wagner, Forensic Document Examiner, Document Examination Unit, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Australia

Ben Kriss, Forensic Document Examiner, Document Examination Unit, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Australia

14.40 Questions and Answers Questions and Answers
14.50 Refreshment Break Sponsored byalt

alt PANEL – Identity innovations: Plotting a course for the future


The identity industry continues to move forward at lightning pace, with new technologies promising to revolutionise the way that services are accessed and the way people transact – between each other, online, in commercial settings, and with public administrations.This panel looks to the future. It will consider what identity innovations are likely to gain traction. It will ask what role secure government-issued credentials will play. And it will help identify the key trends that will enable identity industry stakeholders plot a course for the future

Panel Chair:
Matthew Finn, Managing Director, AUGMENTIQ, UK

R. Michael Holly, Chair, ICAO, New Technologies Work Group

Prof.dr. Didier Meuwly, University of Twente, Netherlands

John Nelson, Commissioning Editor – Security Print, Smithers Pira, UK


 alt  Closing Remarks 

Mark Lockie, Managing Director, Science Media Partners, Editor – Security Document World, UK

Matthew Finn, Managing Director, AUGMENTIQ, UK

alt  Close of conference  


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