A webinar to be hosted by the Festival of Identity will cover the upcoming European Entry-Exit system.The system promises to be a revolution for Third Country Nationals (TCNs) traveling through a European border. It will also be a big challenge for all border crossing points because all EU member states will have to deploy necessary solutions to comply with the regulation by 2022. The webinar will discuss the following questions: What data will be requested of TCNs? How will it be requested? How will this data be managed by all stakeholders abiding to the EES regulation?Join this webinar, kindly sponsored by IDEMIA, to learn more about the future EU-EES regulation and its impact on identity.Nelly Strady, Border Management Systems Product Manager at IDEMIAAfter ten years as Project leader in a leading automotive group, Nelly joined Thales group in 2012 and started developing her expertise in identity management, contributing to the French passport system's deployment before expanding her scope to border control solutions. She is specialized in international tenders for State identity solutions and participated to border control eGates programs in several international airports. At IN Groupe, she successfully coupled system engineering and bidding.At IDEMIA since 2019, Nelly leads the Group's positioning on European Entry-Exit Systems and international immigration processes. Nicolas Phan, Market Manager Border Control and Passenger Flow Facilitation at IDEMIANicolas has spent his entire career in the security industry working for international companies such as Thales Group, IN Groupe where he held responsibilities to develop successful strategies, marketing and product management on various markets such as Critical infrastructure protection, Urban security, ID Management and notably border control on which he has worked for the last 5 years.Within IDEMIA since the beginning of 2019, Nicolas brings his knowledge of the Border control market and will share its vision on how the challenges at land and sea borders can be addressed.