In 2018, we hosted two conferences on digital identity across government. The first examined the ethos and ethics around identity in public services, whilst the second looked at the actual delivery of some of the main projects across various government departments including DWP, HMRC, DVLA and NHS Digital.
The events offered a forum for informed discussion around the adoption of identity in public services, and discussed the concept, strategy and delivery of those identity services.
We considered the international picture, looking at the variety of approaches for digital identity. We also looked at the speed of take-up of GOV.UK Verify and then heard from GDS on the future plans for the platform, which lead us onto role of the private sector in the next stages of its development. We also looked at identity in the wider public sector, discussed trust and took a look into our crystal ball to consider the future of identity in public services.
The June 2019 conference will be a continuation of the excellent work and content already covered in this series. We will feature new live examples of identity projects actively being executed in the public sector whilst highlighting ideas, approaches and experiences from across the globe. We will also deliver the latest update on the Verify transition to the private sector, look at Identity after Brexit and consider the ID opportunities in 2019.
We are currently finalising the launch agenda but don’t let that stop you registering. Take a look here to see what some of last year’s delegates thought of the conference and then get registered yourself to ensure you get the latest updates on our agenda and speakers.
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