Identity Week 2020 launches call for speakers


The organisers of the industry-leading Identity Week 2020 show are seeking influential government and industy speakers for the event.

The event will feature three distinct conferences - SDW, Planet Biometrics and Digital:ID - in addition to two focused one-day summits. Together, these will explore the complete spectrum of the identity lifecycle

Conference themes at SDW 2020 include Secure Physical Document Design,Fraud and Forgery Detection, Borders and Immigration, ePassports, Next-Gen Driving Licences, Mobile ID, Document Readers, Enrollment and Issuance, Foundational Identity, Document Authentication.

Themes at Planet Biometics 2020 include Enabling Seamless Travel, Payment and Retail Innovations, Behavioural Biometrics, Law Enforcement, Biometrics in Government, Humanitarian Aid, Mobile Biometrics, Biometrics at the Border, Standards and Testing, Ethics, Consent and Privacy.

Meanwhile the Digital ID 2020 sessions will cover National ID Schemes, Blockchain, Identity and Access Management, Proofing and Authentication, Self Sovereign Identity, Interoperability, Digital Onboarding, Trust, Frameworks, Healthcare ID, and Digital Identity Fraud.

Several global governments, Facebook, Heathrow Airport, the BBC and other organisations at the forefront of identity have also confirmed their participation in the conference - to join them download the application form and send a proposal to Sam Dolton ( by Wednesday, 23rd October 2019.

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