Identification of citizens: Innovation, Law, Business, Government, Financial Services
September 23, 2015 Non-Governmental Organization IT Alliance with the support of the profile committee of the Verkhovna Rada will hold a round table on the topic: "Identification of citizens: innovation, law, business, government, financial services," which will discuss issues concerning the areas of application of modern technologies of identification, the value in the reform of the country and European integration, exchange of international experience. As well as the impact of identification in financial services and government agencies serving citizens.
The main objective: to raise public awareness, legislative and executive bodies of government, business, financial institutions on the problems of identification of citizens.
Co-organizers: “Carte Blanche” magazine, Financial Studio company .
Date: September 23, 2015.
Time: 09: 00-15: 00.
Venue: Kiev, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
Key questions to be addressed during the discussion:
· Legal aspects of identification
· International experience and the situation in Ukraine
· Modern technologies and solutions for the identification
· The future of digital identity
· Protection of Personal Data
· ID-management: privacy in the digital society
· Financial Services: BankID-online, what's new?
· E-governance and e-services in combating corruption.
Target audience: representatives of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, the relevant committees of the Verkhovna Rada, the National Bank of Ukraine, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Social Policy, the SBU, the Interior Ministry, the Migration Service, the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, key certification centers, representatives of the security services and information protection of banking institutions, heads of national and international software companies and solution providers and equipment (SW, HW) for the provision and use of means of identification, etc..
For accreditation and conditions of participation, please contact:
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