Virtual Event: Digital Identity
Understanding the Policy, Practice and Delivery of Identity Management in the Public Sector
(Start: 12.00pm ET / 9.00am PT)
As we continue to see technology impacting the way we live and work, there is a growing expectancy for citizens to have access to a safe digital identity.
Traditionally, our identity systems have largely been based on physicality. However, with technology evolving at such a pace and many of the transactions that require ID are conducted digitally, governments worldwide are looking for strong and trustworthy digital identity systems that are secure, reliable, and cost-effective.
Such bold transformations bring about many opportunities. Addressing questions early on will ensure government departments are on track to keep up with the changes in the way we manage, share, and express our identity.
Public Sector Network’s virtual Digital Identity event will bring together experts in the space to help advance those conversations.
Examine the big issues that influence digital identity strategy and planning
Listen to experts share real life examples of identity progress across the Public Sector
Listen as people share about openness and transparency in their digital strategy to gain public confidence
Learn about secure data sharing between departments
Cheryl Stevens MBE
Department of Work and Pensions
Government of BC
Digital ID & AuthenticationCouncil of Canada (DIACC)
Treasury Board Secretariat
Nova Scotia Digital Service
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
Institute for Citizen-Centred Service