Identity Innovation Labs

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Date: 28/06/2018

Time: 9:30 to 18:30

Location: Feng room, 2nd floor, Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai,
No. 1108 Mei Hua Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai 201204

The Identity Innovation Labs are a set of three stand-alone industry discussions on the latest developments in digital identity. Featuring a range of experts, these sessions are designed to help the broader ecosystem understand the value of using operator data attributes to verify users for digital services, and how emerging technologies such as RCS and Blockchain/Distributed Ledger will introduce new opportunities and approaches to identity services.


Lab 1: The digital and identity market in China & South East Asia: new opportunities for industry players

 10:00 – 11:30

The opening lab will provide insight into the unique trends and commercial opportunities of digital identity in China and South East Asia. Senior industry figures will reveal their roadmaps, commercial strategies and how MNOs can add value to digital transactions. This session will conclude with an analysis on the impact of eKYC techniques.

The digital and identity market in China & South East Asia: new opportunities for industry players
10:00 to 11:30
Time Agenda Speakers
10:00-10:15 Internet and digital landscape in South East Asia and specifically in China Julian Gorman, GSMA
10:15-10:30 Unveiling the Digital Societies report: APAC Emanuela Lecchi, GSMA
10:30-10:45 Innovative Authentication method for boosting Mobile Connect global roll-out  Steve Kostic, IPification
10:45-11:00 Enhancing eKYC with MNOs attributes verification LokeHwee Wong, G+D
11:00-11:30 Panel discussion: Emergence of eKYC techniques for reducing cost of acquiring/strengthening KYC. Challenges and opportunities • Anatoly Kvitnitsky, Trulioo
• Atreedev Banerjee, Danal
• LokeHwee Wong, G+D
• Zhuang Yan, China Mobile
• Julian Gorman, GSMA (moderator)

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11:30-13:00 Lunch, sponsored by Trulioo


Lab 2: Working with global Internet platforms: best cases and solutions in the identity market

13:00 -14:30

With MNOs ready to unleash there potential as key enablers for digital identity, the second lab will study how they can support service providers develop their brand and global presence. With their wealth of experience in multiple markets, MNOs are vital to advancing cross-border transactions and thus can be a great asset to any business seeking expand its commercial ambitions.


Working with global Internet platforms: best cases and solutions in the identity market
13:00 to 14:30
Time Agenda Speakers
13:00-13:15 How to work with global service providers and other eco-systems / Internet platforms  Marie Austenaa, GSMA
13:15-13:25 Microsoft: views on digital identity and trends  Morgan Webb, Microsoft
13.25-13.35 SKT & DT: Cross-border case study Andy Kim, SK Telecom
13.35-13.45 Trulioo: identifying businesses to show the power of digital identity for both B2B and B2C Anatoly Kvitnitsky, Trulioo
13.45-13.55 Danal: life cycle of customer accounts. Opportunities and threats Atreedev Banerjee, Danal
13.55-14.05 Digital identity case study Michelle Wheeler, Payfone
14.05-14.30 Key learning analysis • Marie Austenaa, GSMA
• Mark Harvey, GSMA

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Lab 3: Changing landscape for identity: enhancing Rich Communications Services (RCS) chat and evolution towards decentralised identity

15:30 – 17:00

The final lab of the day will explore how Mobile Connect can be combined with RCS chat capabilities to support a range of new use cases, and the potential benefits of utilising Blockchain in future identity frameworks. With both playing a central role in the development of new services, operator attributes can ensure that such technologies are supported by trusted means of verification as the market scales.

Changing landscape for identity: enhancing RCS chat and evolution towards decentralised identity 
15:30 t0 17:00
Time Agenda Speakers
15:30-15:45 Importance of identity and network attributes as enablers in the proposition mix that Chat Platforms offer to service providers David Pollington, GSMA
15:45-16:00 Benefits that Mobile Connect brings to RCS messaging Huang Xi, China Mobile
16:00-16:15 Ezy-Park: combining RCS, Mobile Connect and mobile payment to deliver a seamless user experience Thierry Barba, Orange
16:15-16:30 RCS case study  Ron Nessim, Summit Tech
16:30-16:45 Introduction and overview to Decentralised Identity – what it is and why it may be important David Pollington, GSMA
16.45-17.00 Mobile Connect update from China Unicom and applications of Blockchain in MC Jinfeng Kou, China Unicom


Lunch available from 11:30 to 13:00

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