connect:ID 2018 launches call for speakers

04/10/17

Leading Identity technology event connect:ID 2018 has launched a call for speakers.

In a statement, the organisers - Science Media Partners and the International Biometrics + Identity Association - said connect:ID 2018 will bring the entire identity community together to fully explore the identity revolution that is now taking place, and chart a course for the future.

The event is now seeking expert contributions for its multi-track conference. If you have insight and experience that can help, join the discussion by submitting your original, non-commercial speech proposal.

Themes to be explored include better border management, enhancing the travel experience and advancing citizen services with ID. It will also cover "leveraging mobile ID for growth in emerging markets", and "enhanced secure document design".

For more information on taking part, click here.

The deadline for submissions is 31 October 2017.

Please email any enquiries about the call for speakers to Mark Lockie, Conference Co-Chairman - m.lockie@sciencemediapartners.com.

 

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