MWC19 Shanghai seminar: The future of digital identity in China

Start: Wednesday 26 June 2019 2:00 pm

End: Wednesday 26 June 2019 4:00 pm

Venue: Jumeirah Hotel

Location: 1108 Meihua Rd, ShiJi GongYuan, Pudong Xinqu Shanghai Shi, 201203 China

With digital services consolidating across Asia and particularly in China, identity and data are at the core of every business. Now more than ever, companies are looking to expand and monetise their identity data. Hosted by the GSMA Identity team, the first half of the seminar will explore how Chinese operators are building strong ties with the biggest merchants in China and how they are expanding their services to new technologies like 5G and IoT. The second half of the session will unveil how global service providers are accessing the Chinese consumer base. The session, delivered by key MNOs and the biggest merchants in China, will impart a holistic view of the future of digital identity in the region.

 

 

Seminar Agenda
Time Agenda Speakers
14.00 – 14.15 Welcome & Introduction Richard Cockle, Head of Identity, GSMA
14.15 – 14.25 From Mobile Connect to IT Connect Zhuang Renfeng, EVP of CMIC, China Mobile
14.25 – 14.35 Identity Service Development of China Unicom MA Yan, General Manager, China Unicom
14.35 – 14.45 TBC Ren Weiquan, Vice General Manager, China Telecom
14.45 – 15.05 The Future of Digital Identity in China Zhuang Renfeng, EVP of CMIC, China Mobile
MA Yan, General Manager, China Unicom
Ren Weiquan, Vice General Manager, China Telecom
David Pollington, Head of Service Access, GSMA (host)
15.05 – 15.25 TBC Wei Qing, CTO, Microsoft China
15.25 – 15.45 Accessing the Chinese market Ivan Yang, Business Development Lead, Trulioo
Morgan Webb, Senior Programme Manager, Microsoft
Stefan Kostic, CEO, IPification
Mark Harvey, Global Engagement Director, GSMA (host)
15.55 – 16.00 Summary & Close

 

Renfeng Zhuang

Deputy General Manager , China Mobile Internet Company

Renfeng Zhuang

Mr. Renfeng Zhuang has more than 20 years working experience in telecommunication Industry. As a senior executive who worked in Guangdong Mobile and Heilongjiang Mobile, he has won Science and Technology Progress Award of China Mobile many times and received the Special Allowance of the State Council. Currently, he is the Director and Deputy General Manager of China Mobile Internet Ltd., a subsidiary company of China Mobile, and responsible for the development and operation of two strategic products——Mobile Authentication and RCS.

Morgan Webb

Senior Programme Manager, Microsoft

Morgan Webb

Within the Microsoft Identity engineering team, Morgan Webb manages our key Partner Alliances, to ensure both successful technical integration and mutual business value. This is achieved through educating and enabling our Independent Software Vendor and Technology partners of the Azure Active Directory platform, then from both a business and technical perspective building a strategic roadmap of solution integration to our platform.

Ma Yang

General Manager, China Unicom Online Information Technology

Ma Yang

MA Yan is the Chairman and General Manager of China Unicom Online Information Technology co., LTD., visiting professor of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, and council member of IoT Engineering School of Jiangnan University.

He is also a professor senior engineer graduated from ESC Rennes School of Business with MBA Ph.D. degree, an expert on IoT development of Wuxi City, a senior member of China Electronic Association.

 

He has served as General Manager in Market Operation Department of China Netcom, General Manager in Home Customer Department of China Unicom, Director in IoT Office of China Unicom.

Richard Cockle

Head of Identity, GSMA

Richard Cockle

Richard Cockle, Head of Delivery at GSMA Identity, will give an overview of how the GSMA is working with the mobile industry to offer secure digital identity.

David Pollington

Head of Applications & Services , GSMA

David Pollington

David Pollington, Head of Applications & Services at the GSMA will be hosting this Hangout focused on self-sovereign and decentralised identity and the future of identity within trends such as conversational commerce (RCS).

Mark Harvey

Global Engagement Director, GSMA

Mark Harvey