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Viewing entries tagged with 'identity conference'

Notes from the Identity Conference Charles Mabbett
5 June 2015

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The 2015 Identity Conference began with Deputy Prime Minister Bill English calling for more permissive privacy settings in information sharing across the public sector. It ended 36 hours later with applause and a call for beers.

Guest post: Many questions, some answers Richard Foy - DIA General Manager of Digital Transformation
2 April 2015


Everyone knows the old adage about how on the internet no one knows you’re a dog. As we move government towards more digital, we’re less concerned about whether you’re a dog, but more concerned about which dog you are, and how can we make sure we’re providing you the right services.

Return of the Identity Conference Charles Mabbett
17 November 2014

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It is exciting for us to be able to finally be able to tell everyone the Identity Conference is returning. The two day event will run two weeks after Privacy Week in May 2015. It will be the third time the Identity Conference has been run.