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WorldReach Panel on Establishing Identity: Innovation in Digital Identity Enrolment

Getting enrolment right is the cornerstone of any secure identity programme. But it is not without its challenges, especially in terms of identity assurance, system security and information accuracy. New technological approaches are now emerging to help government digitize the process of establishing and verifying identity.

This FREE expert panel on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 9AM EDT, kindly sponsored by WorldReach Software, will consider:

Richard Rinkens, Coordinator for Biometrics, Interoperability and Information Technology, European Commission, Belgium

After implementing the Biometric Matching System (BMS) for the Visa Information System (VIS), he worked on a variety of strategic ideas and concepts involving biometrics and identity management such as the Smart Borders initiative, the SIS AFIS, the Schengen Masterlist, the Entry Exit System and the European Travel Information and Authorisation System and modernising and harmonising the European identity cards. He was involved in the Interoperability programme from the start. He is now involved in Police cooperation and information exchanges such as Prüm and API/PNR. Richard has an academic background in electronics, informatics and artificial intelligence.

Gordon Wilson, CEO and President, WorldReach Software, Canada

Gordon Wilson has been in the Information Technology industry for more than 30 years. He has considerable experience working with governments tasked with issues related to international travel, customs & border services, immigration, passport issuance, foreign affairs and consular operations. Since 1998, Mr. Wilson has overseen the creation and growth of WorldReach Software as a leading international company enabling secure on-boarding and highly trusted digital services, using innovative processes and technology to verify you are who you say you are. Mr. Wilson is the company’s lead representative for associations aligned with border control and travel facilitation.

Mark Erlich, Head of eID Department, Estonian Information System Authority, Estonia

For the past three years, Mark has worked mainly with eIDAS (European regulation No 910/2014) implementation in Estonia. This challenge includes a close cooperation with public e-service providers, trust service providers and partners from other countries. Mark has been working for the Information System Authority since 2010. This authority is responsible for public sector IT security and also building and maintaining base infrastructure of the e-Government of Estonia. Mark initially worked as a PKI/eID Domain Manager, with the responsibility of strategical management of the national eID technical platform. Mark has more than 15 years of competence in identity and related technical solutions.

Missed it? Don’t Worry

If you were not able to see Gordon Wilson speak in this very well received FREE webinar live, it now is available here. On this page you can click to ‘Access Webinar’ and if you have previously registered it will bring up the replay. If you haven’t previously registered, you will be prompted to sign-up and then you can watch it at your leisure.

Don’t miss your opportunity to listen to the experts and discover today’s innovation in digital identity enrolment!