MWC20 Barcelona seminar: Mobile identity, enabling the digital world

Start: Tuesday 25 February 2020 11:30 am

End: Tuesday 25 February 2020 1:30 pm

Venue: Fira Barcelona

Location: Barcelona

The GSMA’s Identity Programme is pleased to invite you to the Identity Seminar: ‘Mobile identity, enabling the digital world’ at MWC20 Barcelona.

The GSMA Identity programme has developed an extensive report around digital identity and the pivotal role it plays underpinning the digital transformation. This seminar will focus around the key learnings of this report, unveiling critical success factors, trends in digital identity solutions and opportunities, how the ecosystem works, and what are the predictions for the coming years.

Leaders in the industry will deep-dive into the digital identity landscape, providing insightful expertise of the limitless commercial opportunities it brings and how operators, technology partners, service providers and users can benefit from it.

Time Session Speaker
11.30 – 11.45 Keynote: Welcome and introduction Richard Cockle, Head of Identity, GSMA
11.45 – 11.55 Keynote: Digital identity innovative use case TBC
11.55 – 12.30 Panel: Critical success factors

Discussion around key benefits mentioned in the report: Economic growth & incremental revenue, Improved user experience, Greater business efficiency, Better security, Cost savings.

Moderated by Mark Little, Senior Manager Strategy, GSMA

 

Participants:

Ravish Patel, Director of Data, Telesign

Glyn Povah, Head of Product, Mobile Identity, LUCA – Telefonica

Burak Akinci, Director of Digital Communication & Advertising Services, Turkcell

Johannes Jaskolski, General Manager, ZenKey & Assistant Vice President, AT&T

12:30-13:00 Panel: Trends in digital identity solutions and opportunities Moderated by David Pollington, Head of Services Technology, GSMA

 

Participants:

Ea Chaillioux, VP Ecosystem Engagement, Digital Business Unit, IDEMIA

Ryan Gosling, Head of Partnerships & Business Development, Callsign

Keiron DaltonMobile Identity Strategy, EE

Andy Kim, Project Leader, SK Telecom

13.00 – 13.25 Keynote: Future of ID: predictions Ben Wood, Chief of Research, CCS Insight

David Birch, Director, Consult Hyperion

Andrew Tobin, Managing Director EMEA, Evernym

13.25 – 13.30 Keynote: Summary & close Richard Cockle, Head of Identity, GSMA

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Speakers

Johannes Jaskolski

AVP at AT&T and General Manager at ZenKey

Johannes Jaskolski

Johannes Jaskolskiis the General Manager of XCI JV, LCC, a Joint Venture formed by AT&T,Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile to launch a mobile authentication and identity solution codenamed Project Verify.Johannes is also an Assistant Vice President in AT&T’s Chief Security Office with over 20 years of emerging technology and cybersecurity experience. In his current role, Johannes is AT&T’s identity and access management program and product owner, responsible for formulating strategy, capabilities, and architecture in close partnership with key business and technology stakeholders. Johannes oversees AT&T’s end-to-end identity and access management program which encompasses over 200 million identities across all AT&T lines of business. Previously, Johannes served as a Distinguished Member of the CSO Technical Staff and led the development of AT&T’s identity and access management strategy and platform architecture,including the identity integration for the DIRECTV merger.His mobile centric platform strategywas awarded the 2016 ISE North America Project Winner award in the commercial category. Johannes is a recognized leader in emerging technology and cyber security. He is a 2018 recipient of the prestigious AT&T Science & Technology Award for his work on mobile authentication,-which has the potential to transform identity and authentication services. Johannes has been featured at security conferences including events hosted by AT&T, IBM and Ping.

Dave Birch

Director of Innovation and Global Ambassador, Consult Hyperion

Dave Birch

David G.W Birch is an author, advisor and commentator on digital financial services. He is a Global Ambassador at Consult Hyperion (the secure electronic transactions consultancy that he helped to found), Technology Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (the London-based think tank), a Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey Business School and holds a number of board-level advisory roles.

Before helping to found Consult Hyperion, he spent several years working as a consultant in Europe, the Far East and North America. He graduated from the University of Southampton with a B.Sc (Hons.) in Physics.

David G.W Birch is an author, advisor and commentator on digital financial services. He is a Global Ambassador at Consult Hyperion (the secure electronic transactions consultancy that he helped to found), Technology Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (the London-based think tank), a Visiting Professor at the University of Surrey Business School and holds a number of board-level advisory roles.

Before helping to found Consult Hyperion, he spent several years working as a consultant in Europe, the Far East and North America. He graduated from the University of Southampton with a B.Sc (Hons.) in Physics.

Keiron Dalton

Mobile Identity, EE

Keiron Dalton

Keiron has worked in the world of mobile identity for the past 10 years, focused on data insights specifically from mobile operators. With experience ranging from the GSMA to end customer service provision, he’s now focused on supporting the mobile identity push within BT. ‘Doing is discovery

Andy Tobin

Managing Director EMEA, Evernym

Andy Tobin

Andy Tobin is responsible for Evernym’s activities in the EMEA region, and head of business development globally. He is a key member of the team that created the world’s first self – sovereign identity network, Sovrin, and open sourced its code as Hyperledger Indy. Andy spent 11 years at
Telefonica where he ran all non-voice technology, built a mobile bank, and launched the iPhone in the UK. Prior to that he was responsible for e-and m-Commerce at Logica, where he also built the world’s first m-Commerce server way back in 1999

Ea Chaillioux

VP Global Ecosystem Engagement, Digital Business Unit, IDEMIA

Ea Chaillioux

Ea Chaillioux, VP Global Ecosystem Engagement, Digital Business Unit at IDEMIA.

Ea is leading the Global Ecosystem Engagement activity in IDEMIA’s Digital Business Unit where she engages with global and local players such as technology alliances, regulators, humanitarian organizations with a focus on Digital inclusion and financial inclusion, with the aim to share our expertise and enable business opportunities with IDEMIA’s Financial Institutions and Mobile Operators customers.

Previously, Ea was leading the Digital Solutions Business Line for Mobiles Operators Business Unit at IDEMIA covering marketing, presales, product experts, sales and operational teams. 

Before that, from 2007 to 2012, Ea was an account manager and then Head of the customer team in charge of business development of a strategic mobile operator customer at Nokia Siemens Networks. 

Between 1998 and 2007, she held various positions in Sales at Siemens Networks.

Andy Kim

Identity Manager , SKT

Andy Kim

Andy majored in computer science and has been working in IDENTITY / AUTHENTICATION area since 2010. He launched a service called T-AUTH in 2016 and In 2018, the platform was changed to a common brand of 3 Korean MNO called “PASS”. PASS has secured 26 million active users since its launch (55% of total customers). It is Korea’s No. 1 authentication platform that processes 1.1 billion customer certificates every month. Andy is an expert in identifying and brokering the needs of Service Providers and End Users and currently serving 30,000 partners. Now, Andy is running a “Zero Fraud” project with governments, telecommunications companies and financial companies to get rid of all Fraud.

Glyn Povah

Group Head of Product, Mobile Identity, LUCA, Telefónica

Glyn Povah

Ravish Patel

Director of Mobile Identity., Telesign

Ravish Patel

Ravish Patel works at Telesign as a Director of Mobile Identity business. He is an expert on the topics of Mobile Identity, Fraud Management, Machine Learning & Data Privacy. He has worked with global web properties and mobile operators across continents helping them roll out identity and risk verification solutions.

Richard Cockle

Head of Identity, GSMA

Richard Cockle

Richard Cockle, Head of Identity at GSMA, leads an international team developing new identity capabilities using Mobile Connect. He expanded the business reach of Mobile Connect to 70 mobile operators in over 30 countries, reaching over half a billion people worldwide.

With over 15 years of experience leading vital projects in the mobile ecosystem, Richard has an exceptional understanding of the key challenges being faced by the industry. In the past, Richard led the GSMA IoT programme where he secured industry agreements to key standards for M2M chipset design and remote SIM provisioning. These two are widely deployed nowadays. Richard also has a wealth of experience working with governments and regulators.

In addition, Richard Cockle currently holds an advisory role with HR Tech consultancy SilverCloudHR, where he works with blue-chip companies to develop and implement their HR Tech strategies. Prior to the GSMA, Richard held a number of technology delivery roles in Vodafone and BT.

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 Little

Senior Consultant, GSMA Intelligence

Mark Little

Mark and his analyst team work to support the intelligence and consultancy needs of the GSMA programmes, helping them deliver on their Identity, Spectrum and Future Networks deliverables. He has worked on the personal data topic previously at Ovum Telecoms and at GSMA for over 10 years and regularly moderates at privacy and security conferences, also appearing on television and radio discussing personal data, big tech and all things digital