Identity Week America 2023 is almost ready to open its doors to 3,000 visionaries among the identity industry.

From 8am tomorrow, collect your badge and make your way to the Keynote Theatre for opening sessions to get underway with our first speaker, Will Kreth, CEO and Founder of HAND. Ahead of the AI movement, HAND is one of the first DOI registration agencies to tap into the creation of digital twins and talent identities of notable public figures.

His keynote will be incredibly inspiring and demonstrate the growing scope of digital identity that has evolved the need to access everyday services securely to becoming an extension of our physical identities and a great asset in the entertainment industry.

Social media has been full with proud exclamations from our speakers excited to take part in the next two days.

“I’ll be giving a keynote!”
“We’re exhibiting – come by our stand”

In a busy convention centre, many familiar faces in identity will be talking together about modern identity-based verification for government, industry and end-users.

The promise and perils with identity-promising solutions such as decentralised identity, blockchain and the metaverse will move the discussions from only a year ago onto how ownership and security ID models are undergoing a metamorphosis.

With the industry headhunting emerging technologies, applications and people, the event will explore how the future of identity-based verification, to validate a user is who they claim to be, will rely on using readily available technologies like smart phones, blockchain and assurance government issued digital documents to make the process secure and friction-less.

On the agenda


Don’t miss the chance to hear headlining topics discussed by the senior level executives responsible for the U.S. national security strategy – implementing biometrics across (sea and land) border points – and legacy commitments for secure travel that have bred the TSA PreCheck scheme, CBP strategy for biometric deployments.

Supply Chains & Trade

Facilitating international trade, secure and interoperable IT infrastructure ensures reliable supply chains.


As America’s leading health solutions company, CVS Health will be taking part in discussions around the impact of cyber security budgets on patient care outcomes, health identifiers and credentials for health app users and staff. Identity innovation drives digital transformation of data within healthcare.


With the banking and finance industry adopting ‘untraditional’ banking services, like PayPal, Revolut, convergence is needed to join up all secure customer experiences to prevent and deal with fraud incidents.

Citizenship & Naturalisation 

Fraudsters are making legitimate applications for citizenship using stolen identities and photographs. Security features on ID documents and cards are being developed for asylum seekers and refugees.