- TYPE: Track START DATE: Thursday, May 12, 2011 START TIME: 14:00 LOCATION: Ammersee I
Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011 Time: 14:00-15:00
The German National Digital ID and it´s Exemplarity for Other Countries
Dr. Stephan Humer, UdK Berlin
In the digital age more and more trust-based transactions are conducted online. This poses great risks in terms of safety, the authenticity and the responsible use of data. Again and again, sensitive data gets lost, fake identities appear and digitally stored personal data is used by third parties without the consent of their owners. The introduction of digital identity documents should solve these problems. The idea is to transfer the traditionally high security of these documents in...
Consumer and Citizen Identities: Government Issued or Trust Frameworks?
Dr. Maarten Wegdam, InnoValor - ReadID
Governments everywhere issue passports and other offline identities, to be used to identify to governments and businesses. For the online world this however differs per country. Two approaches however are popular: government issued eID’s and market issued eID within a government regulated trust frameworks. This presentation presents use cases from different European countries and the USA, discusses how they fit in these models, and how successful they are. Based on these use cases,...
Date: Thursday, May 12, 2011 Time: 15:00-16:00
Identity Assurance Frameworks Are Now Upon Us. But What Are They For?
Matthew Gardiner, Mimecast
Identity assurance frameworks are now upon us, but what are they for? Put simply they were created to catalyze a new market for identity services on the Internet. An online marketplace where convenience is enhanced for the user, new revenue streams are created for identity providers, application usage is improved for relying parties, and trust, assurance, and privacy is increased for everyone.
Trust Frameworks vs. Government eID Solutions
Dr. Teodor Dumitrescu, Siemens IT Solutions and Services • Dr. Maarten Wegdam, InnoValor - ReadID • Dirk Arendt, OpenLimit SignCubes AG • Dr. Stephan Humer, UdK Berlin • Colin Wallis, Kantara Initiative
With an increase in online services, having a user friendly and safe national eID solution is becoming more and more important. Different approaches to provide this exist, and especially the role of government is very different between countries. In this panel experts from different European countries and the US will debate if a national eID should be provided by the government (e.g., German ePA, Dutch DigiD) or within a trust framework (e.g., Sweden BankID, Dutch eRecognition, US ICAM/OIX)....
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- May 10 - 13, 2011 Munich