if you enjoy playing golf, and if you have the time and the inclination to spend Friday 22 September on the golf course, want to meet identity and (cyber) security experts and would like to beat the pro (Xavier Ruiz Fonhof), then don't forget to register for this fun event.
There is much talk of blockchain, but when will FinTech and other organisations offer their services to the blockchain? Concrete examples of this may first show themselves in 2018. We asked Peter Penning, IT Manager Solutions Delivery Centre at ING, and Steven Gort, data whisperer at ICTU about their views on blockchain.
"By now, we know quite a bit about blockchain as a disruptive technology. It’s about time we demonstrate how it performs in practice. What actual use is it to organisations and citizens?" That is the challenge we took up on the IDnext platform in close collaboration with Sogeti:
There is an ongoing debate about the value of a digital signature. To solve this debate once and for all, Signicat (partner of IDnext) invites you to our seminar where we will approach this debate from both legal and business point of view.
Technology will play an increasingly important role in society – these are often positive developments that make life easier and more pleasant, but also they render it less secure – and don’t we unwittingly cross ethical boundaries that we’d have preferred to avoid if we’d understand the consequences of those developments better?
Blockchain opens up the possibility to accelerate internal old and
sticky processes as well as the transformation to new business models.
Business models based on a distributed ledger where all kind of assets
can be registered, including precious assets. By having this distributed
ledger shared across a network of multiple sites, geographies or
institutions, transactions can be done directly between the participants
of the network.