IDnext association disseminates knowledge
and experience by organizing events, masterclasses, seminars and workshops.
On a variety of themes, using expertise within the world of IT and Business, it is further an independent not-for-profit network organization uniting a variety of experts in the world of the Digital Identity; e.g. software vendors, system integrators, service and knowledge providers, advisors, governmental organisations, research and knowledge institutions.
Below you will find a overview of the scheduled IDnext activities.
eID 2.0The key aim of this event is to expound on the latest state of affairs (where does eID stand, where has it been introduced and what is being worked on) and also to give a clear overview of and insight in the developments and pilots from the various perspectives.
IDnext meetup 2016 - an update on the latest developmentsSubsequent of the last IDnext meetup, IDnext will put together an interesting programme designed to bring participants up to date on the latest developments in digital identity.
Trust in Digital World 2016
This is a unique and once only opportunity – “Trust in the Digital World” is Europe’s leading independent, interdisciplinary, unbiased and European focused conference.
Worldwide experts, innovators and key players in the world of Digital Identity will address the most relevant issues in the fields of security, mobility, privacy and much more – informing a highly qualified audience on the evolution of the digital identity upon which future developments will be built.
eYOU in the EU
A European event welcoming experts and policy and decision makers from all over Europe to gain insight into the current digital market and its developments: which innovations are expected, what are relevant business cases and how about privacy?
European governments are working hard to facilitate digital citizenship and entrepreneurship within the various agendas aiming at a digital single market with cross-border identification and authentication possibilities. Where are we today and what is happening in the private, academic and corporate sectors in relation to these developments?