Hosted by KNOW Identity
In Person (Las Vegas, NV) – April 5-8, 2020
The KNOW Identity Conference is the industry-leading identity event. With 2000+ attendees and 50+ content-rich sessions, KNOW is a powerful, immersive event, where the leading edge of digital identity gets sharper. In 2020, we’re showcasing five brand new programming tracks: Risk & Compliance, User Experience, Security, Inclusion, and Data Economy. These tracks are designed to drive tough and insightful conversations around identity and create space for a dynamic community to collaborate and share ideas. Below are a few of the programming tracks for 2020:
- Digital Identity Platforms and Enablers: Players across financial services, big tech, and telecommunications are racing to bring digital identity ecosystems to market, is your business ready? From identity providers and relying parties to technology enablers, join the conversation shaping the identity ecosystems poised to have an impact far beyond 2020.
- Surveillance Economy and Data Privacy: Data privacy is the battleground on which the next digital identity war is being fought. Are privacy and security mutually exclusive? Will user-centric data models hamper identity inclusion and handicap the development of revolutionary new products? Join the conversation set to shape the next 20 years of digital identity products.
- The Future of PII in Healthcare: The exponential growth of patient healthcare data and its application to personalized medicine has outpaced the development of ethical and regulatory frameworks. How can we preserve patient privacy while ensuring the highest standards of care and continuing to foster innovative new treatments?
- The New Economics of Identity: Long considered a cost center, identity has emerged as a core engine for economic growth as next-generation ecosystems unlock the potential of new identity business models. Explore technology’s impact on identity’s core economic models, the effects of new regulations, and how investors are taking advantage.
- From Open Banking to Open Everything: Open APIs are redefining what it means to be a financial institution. What lessons can we learn from the approaches taken to open banking in markets across the globe, and how might they be applied to digital identity?