CIISec recognises that large organisations spend their time and money searching for solutions to both everyday problems and those that may impact their business models over the next few years. At the same time small innovators do not always have the opportunity to promote their products to these companies.
Using our community CIISec propose a match making opportunity to benefit both parties. CIISec’s Corporate Partners, Full and Fellow members are invited to attend webinar sessions aimed at finding solutions to the problems their organisations may face.
To ensure credibility, the innovation companies presenting will have been vetted by a small steering group already familiar with the sector.
Jamie Smith, Strategic Engagement DIrector at Everynym
Jamie is Strategic Engagement Director at Evernym, responsible for business development across EMEA. His focus is helping organisations embrace new self sovereign identity approaches to drive new digital growth, and he brings over 15 years experience of delivering digital technologies and disruptive business models to market in the UK and around the world.
Nick is Chair and Chief Executive director of the Open Identity Exchange, a member’s organisation whose goal is to make it easier for consumers, organisations and things to trust each other when interacting online.Nick is also programme manager and consultant to the TISA Digital ID Project, which is creating a trust scheme to allow financial services firms use a Digital ID as proof of ID for Know Your Customer purposes. Nick was previously Director of ID and Fraud solutions at Experian where he was responsible for the strategic development of Experian’s fraud and identity solutions for both the public and private sectors. Nick led Experian’s development, launch and operation of a full “Identity as a Service solution”, which included ID proofing to a defined Level of Assurance and strong credential management. Experian leverages this platform as an identity provider within the GOV.UK Verify scheme and also for its own customers; making this the first live example of a Digital ID that is seamlessly interoperable across public and private sector in the UK.
Nick Mothershaw, Chair and Chief Executive director of the Open Identity Exchange
Nick has a depth of knowledge regarding Identity solutions for a variety of different sectors (e.g .government, finance, age related) using different verification techniques spanning data validation to document selfie verification. Key to ID trust is mitigating against ID theft, and Nick also has expert knowledge in fraud detection and prevention tools, having designed the Hunter application fraud solution and acquired numerous other fraud detection tools, including device risk detection. Nick was also director of a company providing global solutions within the broader Criminal Justice arena. Here he architected the Scottish Intelligence Database: the only cross force intelligence sharing and matching solution in the UK. He also exported best of breed UK crime management systems to Australia and the US. Nick has also worked for IBM in the healthcare and utilities sector, and began his career as a mainframe systems analyst with a large UK brewer and pub company. He has a degree in Computer Science. Nick has three children and is into amateur dramatics in his spare time. He has recently played one of the title roles and Beauty and the Beast (we’ll allow you to guess which one), and a thane in Macbeth.
The Open Identity Exchange (OIX)
OIX is a community for all those involved in the ID sector to connect and collaborate, developing the guidance needed for inter-operable, trusted identities Through our definition of, and education on Trust Frameworks, we create the rules, tools and confidence that will allow every individual a trusted, universally accepted, identity.
OIX’s objective is to achieve an open approach that will:
• Allow individuals to use an ID they already have, with easy step-up trust establishment when required
• Provide service providers with access to millions of trusted IDs
• Allow ID issuers to become a trusted ID provider with minimal effort
• Enable users to understand where they can use their ID
• Make IDs interoperable across sectors
• Ensure security and compliance
Completing your registration
Important please note to complete registration Members must sign into your account. Then select Register Myself at the bottom of the page followed by Proceed to checkout and submit order on the new page. Following this you will receive an order confirmation for your registration.
For online webinars you will receive a Zoom link. You will receive an email direct from Zoom and reminders about the event 1 week, 1 day & 1 hour prior to the event.
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Am I eligible to attend?
The event is available for all CIISec Membership levels
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