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By davebirch posted Oct 30 2007 at 6:47 PM
[Dave Birch] If you fancy listening to some single sign-on vendors presenting product features and calling them a strategic vision for the future of identity management then you have plenty of conferences to choose from. If, on the other hand, you fancy joining in intelligent conversation and genuine debate about the future of identity in a networked world, you'll probably want to come along to our annual Digital Identity Forum in three weeks' time. There are presentations and expert panels featuring representatives from the Home Office, UCL, Identity & Passport Services, Visa, Oxford Internet Institute, ACI Worldwide, University of Surrey, Garlik, CoreStreet, EMAP, Hitachi Europe, Valimo, DEMOS, Ping Identity, Sun, Bournemouth University, ARM, CPP, the Mobile Data Association and the National Policing Improvement Agency. They'll be covering subjects ranging from the use of digital signatures in Turkish mobile phones to the potential for authentication as a business in its own right. But most of all they'll be continuing the Digital Identity Forum's tradition of open, friendly and informed discussion. And there's a pub quiz too! What's not to like! And they're virtually giving away the delegate places for the miniscule sum of 445 pounds plus VAT.

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The agenda for the Digital Identity Forum is pretty much complete now so run, don't walk, over to the Forum web site and register yourself now.

These opinions are my own (I think) and are presented solely in my capacity as an interested member of the general public [posted with ecto]


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