Part of MEF London Week and supported by Mozilla, the 7th Consumer Trust Summit in London brought together enterprises, start-ups and technology providers to discuss key market enablers while offering an essential European regulatory update.

 The half-day programme featured four expert sessions taking an in-depth look at the regulation, use cases, trends and drivers that are disrupting and enabling game-changing opportunities for businesses and consumers alike when it comes to personal data.

Getting Ready for GDPR

New EC regulations will transform the way data is collected and used. This session looks at some of the key components of GDPR and explores how companies are preparing for the implementation of new data regulation in Europe and beyond – both from a compliance perspective but also the business opportunities when it comes to monetizing data and building trusted relationships with consumers. Featuring;

  • Fedelma Good, Director of Information Policy, Barclays
  • Mark Thompson, Privacy Practice Leader, KPMG
  • Kasey Chapelle, Chief Privacy Officer and VP, Commercial Compliance, American Express Global Travel Business
  • Carl Wiper, Group Manager, Policy Delivery, Information Commissioner’s Office

MEF Chair Keynote

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ICO, UK Regulator Briefing

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Privacy 2.0

New data protection rules mean consumers must be presented with meaningful choice and control over the way their data is collected and used. But what does that look like in practical terms, and how can businesses benefit from involving consumers more in the process? The risks and opportunities affect all sectors and emerging technologies including AI and IOT create new challenges. The debate looks at new data flows, consent, privacy by design and explores how choice and control can be implemented. Featuring;

  • Gervase Markham, Policy Engineer, Mozilla
  • Michele Nati, Lead Technologist, Personal Data & Trust, Digital Catapult
  • Alan Duric, CTO, Wire
  • Emanuele De Leonardis, Innovation Director, Data & Analytics, Orange

 Use Cases

INSURANCE – AXA GLOBAL

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HEALTH – FITBUG

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS – ORANGE

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Panel

The speakers discuss the privacy 2.0 concept and take questions from the audience.

  • Tim Green, MEF Features Editor (moderator)
  • Dr. Cecile Wendling, Head of Foresight, AXA
  • Anna Gudmundson, CEO, Fitbug
  • Emanuele De Leonardis, Director, Data Strategy & Governance, Orange

Digital Identity Management

In the digital world, the issue of ‘who you are’ is hugely important. Every organisation wants to be sure you are who you say you are, from the eRetailer to the tax office to the bank. It is very easy for fraudsters to exploit the system when all that is required is an email address or password. When the burden of proof is higher, it causes friction and can be highly problematic for users.  The panel explores the key business benefits and how to create a trusted identity. Featuring;

  • Laurent Charreyron, Consultant & business analyst, Kupperingcole, Moderator 
  • James Monaghan, Product Management Director, Evernym
  • Thibault Devalroger, Senior Director, Business Development, Docusign
  • Dave Poole, Business Development Director, MyPinpad

 Use Cases

CONSTRUCTION – QVARNLABS

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ONLINE LENDING – THE ID CO

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MOBILE BANKING – IPROOV

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Panel

The speakers discuss digital identity management and take questions from the audience.

  • Laurent Charreyron, Identity and Privacy expert, KuppingerCole (moderator)
  • James Varga, CEO & Founder, The ID Co
  • Matthew Pearch, Commercial Director, iProov
  • Kaius Häggblom, CTO, QvarnLabs

The Personal Data Economy

Introduction
The personal data economy, also known as the Internet of Me, the API of Me, M2B, self data, the personal information economy and more, describes a powerful new idea: letting individuals take ownership of their information so they can share it with businesses on their terms. This could include basic ID, health and information, financial records, buying history, social media activity, biometrics and more.

Dr Windsor Holden of Juniper Research gives a brief overview of MEF’s Whitepaper: Understanding the Personal Data Economy.

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PERSONAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Katryna Dow, Meeco

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Julian Ranger, Digi.Me

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Benjamin André, Cozy Cloud

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Panel

The speakers discuss the personal data economy and take questions from the audience.

  • Dr Windsor Holden, Juniper Research (moderator)
  • Katryna Dow, Founder & CEO, Meeco
  • Benjamin André, Co-founder & CEO, Cozy Cloud
  • Julian Ranger, Chairman & Founder, Digi.Me

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