Identiverse Content Countdown Series
Specific industry sectors have specific requirements. Understanding the impact and implications of these is, of course, vital to practitioners working within these sectors. But there’s a lot that the wider industry can learn from their efforts. In this blog, I’ll cover three sectors that are often featured at Identiverse—and 2019 is no exception. And these sectors tend to have broader relevance across other industries.
This tends to fall into three categories: General policy, including regulatory regimes and national verified identity/attribute schemes; internal identity management; and government-to-citizen services. This year’s government track at Identiverse will touch on all three with sessions like these:
You also won’t want to miss our two featured keynotes:
This presents some particularly interesting identity challenges, especially in the areas of consent, delegation and break-the-glass scenarios. Developments in these areas and more are rapidly becoming generally important:
Financial Services Identity
This sector has seen an explosion of innovation and development, occasioned in part by the growth of open banking, and in part by an increasing interest in the provision of identity services:
You also won’t want to miss the Wednesday morning keynote address by Andrew Nash (Managing Vice President of Identity Services, Capital One): Next-generation IDM: Managing Identities for People.
Remember: Your full conference pass to Identiverse includes access to all our great keynotes, sessions and master classes, which are all thoughtfully curated by a content committee comprised of subject-matter experts from across the industry. Plus, you also get priority access to recordings of all the sessions! And to top it off you can also claim CPE credits for your (ISC)2 certifications, or your IAPP CIPM and CIPT for attending Identiverse.
Check back with us for the final blog of the series as we round up a few other highlights from the 2019 Identiverse agenda. And if you haven’t yet done so, there is still time to register to join us June 25-28 in Washington, D.C!View More Posts