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event kicks off Monday 13 September in Munich – with in person attendance!
Meeco is delighted to be attending and presenting.
This is a very welcome opportunity to reconnect with colleagues from around the globe and sit side by side in this hybrid event. The European Identity and Cloud Conference returns fully digital, reacting to the global pandemic.
KuppingerCole has used the experience of the past eighteen months in virtual conferencing throughout to offer a safe and hygienic event experience – on-site, virtual, and hybrid.
This year, Katryna Dow
, our CEO & Founder attend in person, and Jason Smith
, our Chief Commercial Officer will beam in virtually for his presentation.
Both Katryna and Jason are presenting on Tuesday 14 September; Katryna in the Consumer Identity and Digital Transformation, and Jason in the Privacy and Consent Management tracks. Following is an outline of their sessions.
Over the past decade significant advancements have been made towards decentralised, self-sovereign and tokenised identity. Now that we can tokenise a unique value, what is the new value we can enable?
The emerging post-pandemic world is already calling for a new type of ‘digital’ normal. We are at the beginning of a new design and architectural phase. Personal data linked to identity, fueled by AI will sit at the centre of everything.
If we get this right, we may enable citizens, students, patients, passengers and consumers to more equitably join the value chains fuelled by data and identity, which in turn could lead to greater trust, personalisation and a more prosperous society.
However, this will require new commercial models, enforceable regulation and the digital tools to transform our connected society. This session will focus on the work ahead to connect services, service providers to our semantic world.
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 12:00—12:20 CET
Do people really care about data privacy?
The pandemic has forced more of us into digital channels and with that has come an over sharing of personal data. It’s become too easy to upload an app and straight away put your name, email address, payment details in, without actually understanding fully where and with whom that information may be shared and why it’s being used.
Is this a cost that people are prepared to pay?
Latest research suggests a growing data privacy chasm between people and business. How can business bridge this chasm?
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 15:50—16:10 CET
It’s not too late to get your last-minute ticket!
If you’re at the event, we would love to have you join us in person, or of course in the comfort of your remote screen.