The whirlwind of Identity Week America 2023 will be kicking off in two weeks with all government and industry players in attendance across two packed days discussing the intersection between policies and technology innovations in identity management.

The event is a non-negotiable date in the calendar for anyone that works for a solution provider or organisation with strict objectives to increase the amount of identity technologies deployed across useful applications – such as in travel, financial services, public sector, and healthcare.

Over 3,000+ attendees have secured their ticket to fulfil two main priorities – to indulge in quality networking experiences and hear updates from the broader identity industry.

Our stellar speaker line-up alone shows the potential for future-defining partnerships to be established on the conference floor between top performing, accredited solution providers and global organisations upholding standards for identity and access management, security and compliance.

We will be matching executives from finance institutions and travel organisations, healthcare bodies and government to improve transparency, collaboration and convergence between individual identity endeavours.

Have you booked your ticket to watch these new sessions?


Foundations of Digital Identity

Vyjayanti Desai, Program Manager, Identification And Development, The World Bank

The World Bank is an international financial institution that provides funding and loans to governments for the purpose of pursuing capital projects, creating thriving economies, and enabling digital transformation.

This session will cover:

  • Foundations of digital identity
  • A key enabler of value creation for individuals and institutions
  • Digital inclusion, just and equitable access for all
  • What constitutes a good ID?


Dino Cataldo Dell’Accio, CIO, UN Joint Staff Pension Fund

Decentralised identity, encompassing user data ownership, privacy, consent to data, will be covered in a panel discussion featuring Dino Cataldo Dell’Accio as well as the Government Blockchain Association, NEC Security Systems, and the National Security Council – The White House. 

  • Discussing the role of blockchain technology in decentralised identity solutions.
  • Technologies and Standards for Decentralised Identity use.

Dino Cataldo Dell’Accio is a CIO with significant experience in governing, managing, auditing, securing, and advising on information and communications technology (ICT) systems and operations supporting national and international civil, judicial, financial, and peacekeeping functions.


Digital Identity in Financial Services 

Brian Russell, SVP – Head of Enterprise Platform for Identity Management and Authentication,
U. S. Bank

The integration of digital identity within the financial services has accelerated Banking-as-a-service and customers having remote control over their finances. This session will assess the landscape of architecture that authenticates and securely onboards customers and the capabilities of fraudsters to disrupt strong customer-bank relationships.

  • Banking as a service;
  • Trust and governance
  • Opportunities for collaboration between fintech and identity service providers;
  • Impact of AI on the future of digital identity in financial services.