Please note this agenda is subject to change.
What are the personal, digital, and physical/biometric identity attributes that are being used in combination to establish trust in today’s increasingly online world? How are these attributes evolving to protect customers and help businesses recognise the good from the bad? How is data, technology and behavioural science supporting us in enabling better trust - and what’s on the horizon?
In this panel session we’ll explore the evolution of trust from the perspective of different industry sectors and will consider some of the disruptive forces and drivers for change; What is the consumer appetite for passive authentication across different types of transaction? What’s the right balance between convenience and friction, to satisfy both consumer demand for faster payments, as well as their desire to feel their personal data and transactions are secure? How does this balance change over time or depend on the type and size of transaction? Is zero friction the goal?
There have been various attempts to create digital identity trust frameworks around the world. In this panel session we’ll discuss who consumers trust when it comes to controlling access to their identity credentials and how this differs by age and background for example. We invite several potential guardians of digital identity to join us to explore the pros and cons of each different route to developing a successful digital identity trust framework.
For online identity trust to be successful it needs to work for all, and to be inclusive. How can we ensure the identities of the vulnerable are protected and how is the online world changing the concept of who is vulnerable? How can we distinguish between genuine digital identities and synthetic ones. How can we prepare for a metaverse where avatars, data doubles and data twins are the norm - challenging traditional notions of what constitutes a real identity and making it harder to assess which digital identities can be trusted.
What are the biggest threats, challenges and concerns in relation to online identity trust and what are we doing to overcome them? What progress is being made and where are the roadblocks? How can different organisations and institutions come together, across public and private sectors, to share intelligence and experience and help solve some of these challenges?
The Future Laboratory will be presenting a first look into our latest research around the breakers of digital trust, and the concept of the "authentaverse". More details to follow.
Behavioural biometrics – the next frontier
In this immersive session, we’ll bring to life a scam and will show how innovative combinations of data and insight can be modelled using advanced analytics and converted into intelligence to detect these situations in real-time so that the fraud can be prevented.
In this fireside chat, we bring together leading experts, technicians, data scientists, academics and consultants to hear their informed perspectives and real-life examples on how AI can be brought to bear in order to help predict identity abuse and enable a more preventative stance.
In this session we invite thought leaders to provide outside-in insight and a fresh perspective on innovations they’ve experienced that might help us challenge existing paradigms and find new ways to think about identity and trust as we prepare for the future.
This session will focus on the key insights from the day and will consider the power of bringing together experts from across disciplines, industries, and other areas of expertise to shed new light on the evolution of identity trust and how we can all prepare for the challenges and opportunities the future will present.