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IDnext Lunch Break: Does government give us an identity, or do we yield one of our identities to government?
December 17, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Main mission of IDnext is all about sharing knowledge. There are multiple ways doing this. Still, we do know that time is precious, and it needs to be spent in an effective and timely manner. What is the best way doing this?
During the day, it is time for a break and have a moment to sit down and have a good discussion with fellow peers, connect and share your thoughts on a variety of topics.
Topic of this IDnext Lunch Break is:
“Does government give us an identity, or do we yield one of our identities to government?”
Irrespective of whether care, education or taxes are at stake, Identity & Access Management (IAM) is an important issue with regard to government services. In this session, Eric Brouwer explores how IAM is organised at government level and which starting points are taken into account. Those starting points are described in the NORA topic IAM.
Eric Brouwer works at ICTU Foundation, the independent advisory and project organisation within Dutch government, which helps government organisations improve their services by means of collaboration and smart use of IT.
Among others, he was programme manager for the introduction of Identity Management at the Dutch ministries, and he performed connection tests for the introduction of the ‘Rijkspas’, a secure smartcard for physical and logical access control.
As from 2010, he has worked on the further development of the architecture of NORA, i.e. the Netherlands Government Reference Architecture (published on www.NORAonline.nl), which since 2 July 2008 has constituted relevant government policy for the design and implementation of all public functions by public and private organisations.
This IDnext Lunch Break is supported by: