Amy Di Benedetto
Digital Product Manager
Chief Information & Digital Officer
Universal Communications Group
Engagement Lead, Digital Identity
Department of Internal Affairs NZ
Despite various surveys suggesting fewer than 1 in 4 Australians have a strong understanding of digital identity, the drive to introduce this digital-first notion within all business has been strong. With the total approved investment in Digital Identity in Australia from its commencement being $204.3 million, the DTA has finally retired and replaced the existing digital identity scheme AUSkey with the new and improved National Digital ID scheme.
Coming into full effect from March 2020, organizations must now provide a platform that leverages identity information to enhance your customer experience, while building loyalty, trust and business. As such this platform must be agile and able to continuously adapt to changes in consumer expectations.
The Digital Identity and Access Morning Briefing NSW 2020 will bring together senior leaders to network and create strategies to drive NSW digital identity and access management into the future.
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Heads of Identity & Access Management
- Heads of Technology Risk
- Heads of Digital Identity
- Heads of Risk & Compliance