Annual IDnext program

11th October

09:00 – 09:30

Entrance & coffee

09:30 – 09:45

Opening & Welcome

Robert Garskamp | IDNEXTPLATFORM

Robert Garskamp founder of the IDnextplatform.

09:45- 10:10

JAYA BALOO | AVAST

Future of Innovation

I would actually like to talk about the future of identity. I would like to address past evolutions that have failed to provide a single interoperable standard that is capable of providing a global mechanism for managing identities to support our digital transactions. I would also like to take a few concerning cases, from the current security and privacy space to examine shortcomings that would need to be addressed in order to provide a robust identity solution for society.

10:10- 10:35

Koen de Jong | Innovalor

Challenges for the EU identity wallet

European digital identity wallet that European citizens can use to identify themselves and share attributes in each member state are a wonderful vision. However, it is not without its challenges. Marlies Rikken will be sharing several of these challenges and invites open discussion on the path forward.

10:35- 11:00

HENK MARSMAN | RABOBANK

Righteous Digital Identity – What is involved in doing it right?’

The promise of digital identity (inclusiveness, banking-the-unbanked, leave no man behind) does not take off. It is difficult to position a digital identity solution in a ‘right’ manner, so that it builds upon (civil) registration, is in a legal and cultural framework, promotes privacy and agency and is secure. At the same time the need is more pressing, as also articulated in UN SDG 16.9 (legal identity for all by 2030). This presentation gives an overview of these aspects and starts to build a framework for righteous digital identity solutions.

11:00- 11:30

SYLVIE VANDEVELDE | ITSME

A trusted digital ID: a key to an inclusive digital society

Our world is becoming more digital and more mobile every day. The sensitivity of information being exchanged online grows rapidly and data privacy is a real concern to many people.

11:30- 12:00

Morning refreshments and networking time

12:00 – 13:15

IDENTITY IN RETAIL

MODERATOR – MARTIN SANDREN

MAARTEN BEVERS – LEASEPLAN | MATHIEU AHLSTROM – IKEA & ANNANT GUJRAL – AHOLD DELHAIZE

The Covid years have been a tumultuous period for retailers. Depending on the nature of your business some had to go to an online only model or deal with massive surge in demand for certain products.

As the customers do more and more business online has the customer identity and access model changed? Will the NL customers follow their Scandinavian cousins into using eIDAS or will the login/password paradigm stay in retail applications? Has the wide ranging usage of Digid in health applications during Covid made the NL consumers more used to eid solutions? Retail companies has also had to convert their non logistics and store operations to operate in the working from home paradigm including remote onboarding. What has been the biggest challenges and how have they been overcome?

IDENTITY IN TRAVEL

MODERATOR – ANNET STEENBERGEN

SIMON HANIA – UBER | MANUEL GARAT LOUREIRO – BOOKING.COM | COR DE JONGE – MINISTRY OF JUSTICE AND SECURITY

Identities are today an integral part of transportation. Without ids you will not be able to drive a car to get to your customers or see your friends in the next city, get packages delivered or travel to see families and friends in other countries. Digitalization of the ids is becoming a reality with the Covid passports, inclusion of drivers licenses into digital valets. In large organisations that also works closely with partners securely validating not only the identity but the affiliation with the partner organization and the role of the user within the partner organization. How is the digitalization impacting these processes? Identities are also leveraged to identify the trucks, cars and planes that transports the people and goods. How are digital identities facilitated to secure car to driver as well as car to car interactions?

13:15 – 14:15

Lunch and networking time

14:15 – 17:00

UNCONFERENCE

JACOBA SIEDERS | MODERATOR

For those one that are attending IDnext for the first time a little bit more explanation on the concept of the event.

The event is intended to help you and all the other attendees find the time and space to talk with and learn from each other. It will be a combination of a fixed and free-form un-conference format.

Combining unconventional formats this conference will create space for peer-to-pear learning, collaboration, interaction, discussion and creativity. Attending the IDnext conference will give you the opportunity to listen to experts and professionals and take part in debates and discussions. Alongside the (un)-conference format, there will also be sessions on the agenda that are related to the themes above and that will be defined on the day itself.

17:00 – 17:30

IDENTITY INNOVATION AWARD CEREMONY

The Identity innovation award to promote, encourage and raise awareness for innovative concepts and setup in the world of Digital Identity. Previous winners are: Iovation, eHerkenning, Meeco, eDentiti, IDBCN, Trulioo, Ziggur and OpenID foundation.

17:30 – 18:00

ROLAND VAN RIJSWIJK | UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE

Identity in a (Post-) Quantum World’

The development of quantum-safe public key algorithms, also colloquially referred to as “Post Quantum Cryptography” (PQC) is accelerating. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US is running a competition challenging researchers to come up with secure PQC algorithms. This competition has entered its final phase, meaning that standardised PQC algorithms are on the horizon. This is going to impact the Internet industry, as these algorithms will need to be deployed, and this brings new challenges (as these algorithms sometimes differ significantly from current practice). In my talk, I will discuss these challenges in the context of digital identity, including a call for action by identity management vendors to assess how to best prepare their systems for the deployment of PQC algorithms.

18:00 – 19:00

Network drink

19:30 – 21:30

Executive diner | networking time

12th October

08:45 – 09:15

Entrance & coffee

09:15 – 09:30

Opening & Welcome

Robert Garskamp | IDNEXTPLATFORM

Robert Garskamp founder of the IDnextplatform.

09:30- 09:55

KATRYNA DOW – MEECO

Avoiding Shipwrecks and the Identity Challenges Ahead

Katryna will look at some of the new challenges we have ahead. With more and more digital adoption we are connecting our physical and digital worlds. The opportunity for convenience is increasing, yet the likelihood of privacy is decreasing. How do we balance these trade-offs? Will the companies that find this balance foster greater loyalty? Alongside the need for enterprise to adapt, the distributed world is becoming more and more mainstream. Can we challenge ourselves to find the middle road, where we create great customer experiences that are also Privacy and Security by Design.

09:55- 10:20

MARTEN VAN DER VELDE – PORTBASE

Why the privacy of a container matters!

Port logistics is in essential a game of cooperation. In order to improve planning and operations for all organizations involved and become more competitive, sustainable and secure, data sharing is of essence. Question however is with who to share, as it is not always clear who is next in line. As we are careful with our own privacy, the privacy of containers need to be protected as well. Not everybody is entitled to know the whereabouts, the planning and what is exactly inside a container. But how do you find the next in line?

10:20- 10:45

GUSTAF KAIJSER – STYRA

De-Coupled Authz – It’s Happening as We Speak

During the last year, the adoption of Open Policy Agent (OPA) has been growing at the speed of light. From entering the CNCF sandbox in 2018, it passed 7 million downloads a year ago in September and 90 million this September as a graduated project. This is more or less driven by developers instead of the IAM community. This talk will give an overview about the reasons why, and also explain why IAM professionals need to engage.

10:45- 11:00

Morning refreshments and networking time

11:00- 11:30

CRISTIAN HESSELMAN – SIDN Labs

Increasing the trustworthiness of the Internet

11:30- 12:00

WARD DUCHAMPS – SCALED ACCESS

‘Relationship-based access control’

Access management is about granting access rights based on who you are, what you know or do. But let’s face it, in reality, it is also about who you are connected to. Scaled Access has pushed the boundaries of advanced access management by including interpersonal relationships in access policies as a condition to gain or grant access. We’ll explain with a media use case how we give people their say in access permissions.

12:00 – 13:00

Lunch and networking time

13:00 – 14:15

SSI & ATTRIBUTE BASED IDENTITY

MODERATOR – JACOBA SIEDERS

LARISSA WEZENBERG / JORIS LANGE – RABOBANK | PETER VERKOULEN – TNO | YVO HUNINK – MUNICIPALITY THE HAGUE

The latest paradigm for identity management is “Self Sovereign Identity” (SSI), or “Decentralised Identity”. The concept is that not organisations, but the user is the centre-point of an ID, and that credentials are derived from distributed sources and reused, all to be defined by the user, to optimize SSI privacy. This track addresses the current state of adoption, initiatives of the EU to push SSI, and discusses the challenges and latest developments. 

IDENTITY & HEALTHCARE

MODERATOR – BOB KRONENBURG

NUPUR KOHLI – UNICEF Netherlands | HANS NIENDIEKER – IVIDO | TIM FRANSSEN – NUTS

(Self sovereign) digital identity as an accelerator of a seamless customer journey for patients, healthcare professionals sharing and mandating relevant data.

14:15 – 14:30

afternoon refreshments and networking time

14:30 – 15:45

SSI & ATTRIBUTE BASED IDENTITY

MODERATOR – JACOBA SIEDERS

DANIEL DU SEUIL – EUROPEAN BLOKCHAIN PARTNERSHIP | JOHN ERIK SETSAAS – SIGNICAT | EEFJE VAN DER HARST – INNOPAY | STERRE DEN BREEIJEN – TNO

The latest paradigm for identity management is “Self Sovereign Identity” (SSI), or “Decentralised Identity”. The concept is that not organisations, but the user is the centre-point of an ID, and that credentials are derived from distributed sources and reused, all to be defined by the user, to optimize SSI privacy. This track addresses the current state of adoption, initiatives of the EU to push SSI, and discusses the challenges and latest developments. 

15:45 – 15:45

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