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

Kaumatua Peter Jackson (Te Ātiawa, Taranaki Iwi)

Ngapera Riley, MC

We’re delighted to have Ngapera Riley, the CEO of Figure.nz, as our host for the day.

Graeme Muller, Chief 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 

Juliana Cafik , Microsoft 

Juliana will provide an overview of the international landscape for Digital Trust Frameworks and how NZ’s compares. 

This panel discussion brings together a diverse group of experts in the field of Digital Identity. The panelists will explore the critical issues in this field, sharing their unique insights and experiences. The discussion will cover a range of topics including the roles of Trust Frameworks and Digital Wallets, perspectives on adoption from Relying Parties and Verifiers, and what challenges need to be overcome to secure the future of Digital Identity. This will offer a comprehensive understanding of the current landscape and the path ahead. In addition, the panelists will engage with audience questions, fostering an interactive and engaging dialogue.

Moderator: Colin Wallis, Executive Director, Digital Identity New Zealand

Panellists: 

Juliana Cafik, Microsoft 

Waylon Kenning, Ministry of Social Development (MSD)

Representative from ASB

Conrad Morgan, Chief Technology & Product Officer, Worldline New Zealand

At the forefront of Paytech in New Zealand and a trailblazer in open banking, Worldline is forging an acceptance network that transcends mere transactions. Hear from Conrad about how they have established a digital identity acceptance network with an aim to streamline processes, empower consumers with greater data control, and create the platform for New Zealand’s digital landscape.

Colin Wallis sits down with Conrad Morgan, Chief Technology & Product Officer, Worldline New Zealand to build on Conrad’s keynote. 

Morning tea and networking with fellow attendees, sponsors and exhibitors

Steven Graham, General Manager, Innovation, Biometrics at NEC New Zealand explores the factors that have led to negative public perceptions around Biometrics.

Moderator: Steven Graham, General Manager, Innovation, Biometrics at NEC New Zealand 

Graeme Prentice, Biometric Solutions Business Architect, NEC New Zealand
Dr Vica Papp, Principal Data Scientist in Identification, MBIE

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

Vanessa Ronan-Pearce, Payments NZ

Allyn Robins, Brainbox AI

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

Alex Sims, University of Auckland

Three leading experts convened by a fourth, our MC, discuss what aspects of the morning’s Kōrero resonated with them from a Te Ao Maori viewpoint, to help guide both speakers and audience on the challenges, opportunities and why getting it right is important for all New Zealanders.

Victoria MacLennan, DECA

Dr Warren Williams, Katoa Connect Trust

Dr Karaitiana Taiuru, Te Hapori Matihiko

Lunch Break

Exploring the challenges and triumphs of achieving digital trust. Delegates will be invited to choose their preferred topics for these facilitated discussions. Led by industry experts, this is an opportunity to connect and network with peers.

 Topics could include: 
1The Digital Identity Services Trust Framework Authority: supporting the digital identity services market in AotearoaJames Little and Prashil Reddy –  DIA
2 Passkeys: can security and customer experience really work together?Justin Soong – Authsignal
3From trusted cash to trusted digital cashRobbie Taylor – Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Exploring the challenges and triumphs of achieving digital trust. Delegates will be invited to choose their preferred topics for these facilitated discussions. Led by industry experts, this is an opportunity to connect and network with peers.

 Topics could include: 
1The Digital Identity Services Trust Framework Authority: supporting the digital identity services market in AotearoaJames Little and Prashil Reddy –  DIA
2 Passkeys: can security and customer experience really work together?Justin Soong – Authsignal
3From trusted cash to trusted digital cashRobbie Taylor – Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Afternoon Break

Dr Vica Papp, Principal Data Scientist in Identification, 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.

Moderator: Paul Platen, Chair, Digital Identity New Zealand

Dr Vica Papp, Principal Data Scientist in Identification, MBIE

Justin Soong, Founder, Authsignal

 

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

Speaker to be announced

Speaker to be announced

Steve Wiggins, Chief Executive, Payments NZ

Shane Day, Chief Technology Officer, Unify Solutions

Three leading experts convened by a fourth, our MC, discuss what aspects of the afternoon’s Kōrero resonated with them from a Te Ao Maori viewpoint, to help guide both speakers and audience on the challenges, opportunities and why getting it right is important for all New Zealanders.

Victoria MacLennan, DECA

Dr Warren Williams, Katoa Connect Trust

Dr Karaitiana Taiuru, Te Hapori Matihiko

Remarks from the international guest speakers, hosts and MC

Host – Colin Wallis, Executive Director, DINZ

Closing Karakia

Networking Drinks

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