Government, commercial and consumer markets are in search of answers to the growing challenges associated with securing human identity in a privacy-sensitive manner.
connect:ID will explore these real world requirements in an engaging, thought-provoking and inclusive environment that brings together all the stakeholders under one roof.
The three-day multi track conference will be backed up with a two-day, free-to-attend Expo (March 18-19) exploring the fusion of multiple advanced identity technologies – including biometrics, secure credentials and digital identity systems.
Identity is increasingly mobile, global and transactional, and this international conference and associated expo, will address the challenges and opportunities emerging from these important trends.
The show focuses on a myriad of identity technology requirements in government, but it will also cover, in-depth, the bourgeoning need for effective identity solutions in the financial, healthcare and corporate sectors – as well as the consumer space, with the rise of the social network.
Expect to meet 300+ conference attendees, 40+ expert presenters, 50 exhibitors, and countless exhibition visitors from all corners of the globe…
The effective use of identity technologies is crucial to enhance security, productivity, and convenience in today’s increasingly connected world.
As a global meeting point to debate cutting-edge solutions and bring together all the stakeholders under one roof, why not be a part of our success story?
Network with the industry's top movers and shakers, from both the government and industry sectors, exhibit your products and services in our impressive exhibition hall, share in a wealth of knowledge and expertise during the cutting-edge three-day conference.
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Special focus on developing nations
Identity infrastructure is advancing at an impressive rate throughout many emerging economies, as many nations leapfrog traditional technologies and adopt sophisticated identity solutions.
Despite the challenges, we are entering a “decade of identity and innovation” in countries such as Africa. For this reason connect:ID is proud to make “developing nations” a special focus at its launch event.