2019 NZ Digital Identity Summit
Privacy | Trust | Transparency | Frameworks | Digital Futures
Andrew Weaver, Executive Director, Digital Identity NZ
• Where is NZ on the digital identity journey?
• What is unique about NZ’s digital identity?
• What are the objectives we would like to achieve as a sector?
David Birch, Digital Identity Thought Leader (UK)
• What is the future of authentication and standards?
• Lessons from abroad and how we can apply these to New Zealand
• Collaboration and insights sharing – how can we work closer together to create cohesive opportunity
• Where is the value?
Katherine Noall, Chief Executive Officer, Sphere Identity
As world markets change the challenge of onboarding customers increases. In new markets there is an increased need for trust and speed. This is combined with data compliance issues. New identity technologies and high identity security and privacy standards solve these problems. The key to growth in new markets is change.
Key to making progress has been creating a brand of Digital Customer Identity at BNZ – and getting buy in from key stakeholders as to its importance
When we know who our customers are, we can connect all of their relationships to their identity and provide them a better experience. Identity is not just about authentication. It’s about knowing who our customers are at every point they interact with us, to create a secure, seamless, and personalised experience
In these collaborative and interactive roundtable discussions, network with experts and peers to collaborate and cocreate opportunities for Digital Identity within New Zealand. Attendees will get to pick two roundtables to attend as they are run twice.
1. Managing Data and Trust - The Principles of “Good Identity” – ForgeRock
2. What do we need to consider to ensure we have an inclusive digital identity ecosystem?
3. Solving complex onboarding problems - Sphere
4. What is the role of biometrics in an identity ecosystem?
Sam Brodie, CEO & Founder, Centrapass
Emily Fry, Digital Trust, Mattr
These quickfire case studies will examine digital identity projects, their intentions, outcomes and lessons we can all learn from the process.
Johan Fantenberg, Senior Solutions Architect, ForgeRock
Mokena Spooner Hokianga, Team, IRA
Jon Duffy, Assistant Commissioner, Policy and Operations, Office of the Privacy Commissioner
- What characteristics of NZ business allow us to be transparent with data use?
- What do New Zealander’s really want when it comes to data privacy
- Finding the balance – how can we move digital identity along without compromising personal security?
Emma O’Connell, Policy, Standards and Regulations Lead – Digital Identity Transition Programme,, Department of Internal Affairs
- Progress on trust frameworks and the registration and deregistration of trusted providers
- Security and privacy for citizen data – ensuring sovereignty of personal data
- Defining the role of government within the digital identity framework
Dave Corbett, Chief Executive Officer, Centrality FinTech
Frith Tweedie, Digital Law Leader, EY Law
Emily Fry, Digital Trust, Mattr
- Is there such a thing as a ‘holy grail’ solution for Digital Identity in New Zealand?
- What frameworks need to be implemented
- What is New Zealand’s identity and how does this link to our digital future?
Ata McGregor, Head of Customer Experience, 2Shakes
Moderated by: Andrew Weaver, Executive Director, Digital Identity NZ