In 2008 and 2012, we held the first two of New Zealand’s major Identity Conferences. These events began a conversation about managing digital identity and its wider implications for people in New Zealand and beyond.
In 2015, we met again to discuss what has changed in an increasingly connected world. Digital identity and privacy have become critical enablers of service transformation and data-driven innovation. How then can we maximise the benefits and minimise the risks around identity and privacy in our increasingly digitised and connected ways of living, working, socialising, shopping, and playing?
Those who joined us on 18-19 May 2015 were part of the next stage in this debate.
The conference was again presented by Victoria University of Wellington, the Department of Internal Affairs and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
The theme of the 2015 Identity Conference was