Connectivity ensures all aspects of our online selves — from social media posts to usernames and passwords — are easy to harvest on a global scale. There’s no need to follow anyone around town. Just task an algorithm to sort through digital details and you can find out all you need to know about anyone. At the end of 2017, an estimated 4.1 billion people had access to the internet, roughly 54% of the world’s population. One thing all of these people have in common is an accessible digital identity.
Digital identities and access systems are foundational elements of our shared digital future. Multistakeholder dialogue is needed on how to pursue the opportunities that come with digital identities and ensure protection of rights in a sustainable and responsible manner. To empower individuals, identity systems need to enhance security and convenience, preserve privacy and uphold individual rights and freedoms. With the use of digital technologies across the world at an all-time high, and with the adoption of the internet of things expected to connect over 200 billion devices to the internet by 2020, the scope of identity management is also fast expanding to devices and legal entities.
Taking such steps to secure digital IDs, and the personal details associated with them, will become more important as they are used in ever-increasing ways. In this webinar we will analyze the most important topics related to safe and secure management and control of digital identities and rights.
Who should attend
The webinar is open to all interested in the cybersecurity landscape, especially those concerned with privacy, privacy & access management (IAM) and trust management.
- 16:00 – 16:10 - "Introduction & Cyberwatching project" - Nick Ferguson, Trust-IT & moderator (Presentation)
- 16:10 – 16:15 - "How are SMEs addressing privacy and trust today and what do they need to know?" - Norman Röhner, Digital SME Alliance (Presentation)
- 16:15 – 16:30 - "Legal tips and compliance requirements" - Anastasia Botsi, ICT Legal (Presentation)
- 16:30 – 16:45 - "ARIES – trust and ethics" Dave Fortune, ARIES project (Presentation)
- 16:45 – 17:00 - "Zero Privileged Accounts: Removing the human threat." Jorge Marcos, Simarks Software (Presentation) (Simarks Presentation Info)
- 17:00 - 17:10 - Q&A
Who are the speakers?
- Norman Röhner (Technical Program Manager at European DIGITAL SME Alliance) will present needs of European SMEs in privacy, access management and trust, concentrating mostly on SME vendors.
- Anastasia Botsi (Associate of ICT Legal Consulting) will present GDPR Compliance Requirements and Practical Legal Tips.
- Dave Fortune (Saher Ltd Director and Partner in ARIES project) will outline how ethics and trust were embedded into the ARIES project and how societal acceptance / trust and ethics have been at the centre of thinking as this innovative R&D project has developed. He will update participants with the latest pilot rests and emerging results.
- Jorge Marcos (CTO at Simarks Software) will demonstrate the benefits of BestSafe, an ideal solution for the Privilege Management and Security of Applications for companies of any size, whether B2B or B2C, developed by Simarks.