DIGITAL TRUST HUI TAUMATA

Programme

Explore our one-day conference programme filled with inspiring keynote presentations, engaging panel discussions, and plenty of networking opportunities in the company of digital identity leaders from Aotearoa and around the world.

Our one-day programme features keynote presentations, panel discussions, roundtables and more. 

Tuesday 13 August

8:30 - Registration & Coffee

Conference registration, coffee and networking with exhibitors

Mihi Whakatau

Graeme Muller, Cheif Executive Officer, NZTech

Colin Wallis, Executive Director, Digital Identity New Zealand

An update on the government’s future direction for Digital Identity and Trust in Aotearoa

Hon Judith Collins, Minister for Digitising Government, Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology 

Speaker to be confirmed 

Panel to be confirmed 

Speaker to be confirmed

Expert Panel – Acceptance Networks: Where the ‘rubber meets the road’ for the people, devices and organisations

Panel to be confirmed

Lunch and networking with fellow attendees, sponsors and exhibitors

Dave Birch, Author, advisor and commentator on digital financial services

Expert Panel – Everything needs an Identity: Perspectives from digital wallets, devices and bots, AI and regulatory

Panel to be confirmed

Speaker to be confirmed

Expert Panel – Biometrics Download – How to reset the national conversation

Panel to be confirmed

Lunch Break

Exploring the challenges and triumphs of achieving digital trust

Exploring the challenges and triumphs of achieving digital trust

Afternoon Break

DINZ EC Deputy Chair Vica Papp (MBIE)

Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) improves public service delivery at population scale and as such, is essential for participation in society and markets in the 21st century. Digital Identity is the keystone of DPI, but its uptake critically hinges on trust. But what do we know about if and how people trust digital identity in Aotearoa in the 2020s? Join Dr VP as they introduce the findings of the research report, and explore its implication for policymakers, businesses, vendors, relying parties and individuals in the digital identity sector.

Expert Panel – Discuss Research findings, Scams, fraud, the digital divide, misinformation, under age access to harmful content, and the role of modern digital identity practices in enabling the balance between security, access and market responsiveness

Panel to be announced

Speaker to be announced

Speaker to be announced

Speaker to be announced

Speaker to be announced

Event summary – Remarks from the international guest speakers, hosts and MC

International speakers- Dave Birch et al

Host – Colin Wallis, ED, DINZ

MC – Ngapera Riley

Closing Karakia

Networking Drinks

Tākina Convention & Exhibition Centre