Join us for this “Road to EIC” virtual fireside chat where we
  • Explore the current state of digital identity standards and cybersecurity regulations
  • Dissect topics such as Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI), OpenID Connect, OAuth, and NIS2
  • Take a closer look at evolving regulatory frameworks that are shaping the future landscape
  • Give you a foretaste of what to expect at the European Identity and Cloud Conference 2024
A Digital Hitchhike on the Road to EIC 2024

As the digital realm evolves rapidly, the importance of robust and secure identity verification mechanisms becomes paramount. Standards in digital identity help establish secure authentication methods and protocols to safeguard user information by offering frameworks that respect individual privacy rights, while still enabling effective identity verification. In an era dominated by online interactions and transactions, the significance of digital identity standards cannot be overstated.

Join us as we dissect the latest advancements, potential challenges, and transformative innovations in the realm of digital identity. Our expert panel will delve into topics such as decentralized identity, biometric authentication methods, and the adoption of standards like FIDO2. We'll also explore the implications of GDPR and other privacy regulations for digital identity practices. This virtual event is only a foretaste of the multitude of relevant discussions that will happen at the European Identity and Cloud Conference 2024, where you will ultimately gain a comprehensive understanding of the future trajectory of digital identity standards and equip yourself with the knowledge necessary to navigate the evolving digital landscape securely and efficiently. 

The event will be moderated by Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, and Mike NeuenschwanderVP KuppingerCole US and Global Head of Research Strategy.

Speakers' Contributions

These gurus of identity will be joined by dyed-in-the-wool digital ID trailblazers to discuss standards, the industry, and the journey in an AI-enabled future. Our esteemed guests on the first “Road to EIC” virtual gathering are Joni Brennan, Board Director at IDProPresident at Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada, and former Executive Director of the Kantara Initiativeand Pamela Dingle, Director of Identity Standards at Microsoft. 

Our experts will discuss current questions in digital identity standardization, focusing on interoperability, privacy, and security, and addressing challenges in creating seamless communication between different identity systems while ensuring the protection of user data. They will also touch upon the ongoing exploration of decentralized identity models, mobile identity solutions, and the role of evolving technologies like blockchain.  

Join us on the “Road to EIC” and prepare for this annual event within the digital identity community, taking place in Berlin from June 4 to 7. 

Road to EIC: What’s Next in Digital Identity Standards?
Joni Brennan President
Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada
Joni Brennan
Joni Brennan is the President of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC). Building upon 15 years of hands on experience in Identity Access Management innovations and industry...
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Pamela Dingle Director of Identity Standards
Pamela Dingle
Pamela Dingle has 20 years of experience in implementation and architecture of identity standards for web access management, provisioning, and federation. As Director of Identity Standards at...
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Martin Kuppinger Principal Analyst
Martin Kuppinger
Martin Kuppinger is Founder and Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole, a leading analyst company for identity focused information security, both in classical and in cloud environments. Prior to...
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Mike Neuenschwander VP KuppingerCole US and Global Head of Research Strategy
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Mike Neuenschwander
Mike has 25 years of experience in identity, access management, privacy, and security technologies, stemming from his time at Novell (now OpenText) where he introduced some of the first identity...
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