Conference _Advert _4th - National Identity Management

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Conference _Advert _4th - National Identity Management
The Presidency
NATIONAL IDENTITY MANAGEMENT
MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
announces
A 3-Day Conference on Identity Management System
Theme:
DELIVERING NIGERIA’S IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE
OBJECTIVE:
T
he Conference is part of an ongoing process to harness worldwide examples of best practices, stimulate involvement of the public
and private sectors and continually re-affirm
re affirm the priorities for the implementation of an effective Nigerian Ident
Identity
ity Management
System Infrastructure. The vision is to implant a dependable identity assurance system that meets current and future needs of all
sectors of the Nigerian economy.
Sun. 21 – Tues. 23 September, 2008. Congress Hall, Transcorp Hilton
Hilton, Abuja.
DAY 1
SUNDAY,
SUNDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER,
SEPTEMBER, 2008
12noon-7pm
Registration:
Registration
3.10pm
All participants
7-9pm Cocktail / Welcome Reception:
Reception:
Niger/Plateau Room, Transcorp Hilton Hotel
DAY 2
9am
MONDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER, 2008
FORMAL OPENING CEREMONY
Alhaji M. Y. Ahmad,
- Chairman
Ahmad, CFR, SGF
H.E. Chief Ernest Shonekan, GCFR, - Special Guest of Honour
€ Welcome Address
€ Goodwill Message
€ Deepening Consumer Credit through an Effective
Identity Management System:
€ ID Management System and Social Safety Net
10.20am
TEA
4.40pm
PLENARY SESSION IV – LEGAL AND REGULATORY
FRAMEWORKS
€ The Legal and Regulatory Framework for ID
Management in a Developing Economy.
€ Privacy and Legall Vires for Data Sharing Issues.
€ Formal Opening of Conference
9.40am
Keynote Presentations: Rational for Improved Identity
Management in Nigeria
€ Enhancing Economic Growth, Trade & Development.
7.00pm
€ Identity Management, Freedom of Information and
Socio-Economic
Economic Development in Nigeria.
€ Identity Management and Anti-Money
Anti
Laundering
11.40am
11.55am
1.55pm
TEA
/
€ Benefits of Identity Management in Employment Checks.
2.40pm
COFFEE BREAK
F O R M A L
D I N N E R
Alhaji M. Y. Ahme
Ahmed,
d, CFR, SGF
COFFEE BREAK
PLENARY SESSION I - Nigeria’s Identity Management
Project
€ Identity Management in Nigeria: From Card Issuance to
Identity Assurance System.
€ Rollout of Identity Infrastructure
Infrastructu and Private Sector
Financing.
PLENARY SESSION II – SECURITY DOCUMENTS TOMORROW’S WORLD
€ Document Security Features: The Fraud-Busters’
Perspective.
€ Cyber-Security
ty and User Identity Management.
/
€ Offline to Online Identities: Legal Challenges of
Creating Digital Identity to Support
upport eTransactions in
Nigeria.
€ Implementing Privacy Controls:
€ Identity Management System – The UK Experience.
€ Enhancing Democratic Values and Protection of
Personal Freedom.
€ Identity Management and Counter Terrorism.
PLENARY SESSION III – IMPROVED IDENTITY
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SERVICE TRANSFORMATION:
BENEFIT TO BUSINESS
€ Improved ID Management System and Service
Transformation: Benefits to Business.
€ ID: Benefits for Commercial
mmercial and Financial Services.
-
Chairman
H.E.. Senator Liyel Imoke -
Special Guest of Honour
Senator Sanusi Daggash
Guest Speaker
-
DAY 3
TUESDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER, 2008
9.00am
PLENARY SESSION V - SECURITY AND LEVERAGING THE
E-ID INFRASTRUCTURE
€ Contactless: The Interface of Choice forr 21st Century
Electronic ID.
€ Build It and They will Come – Private Sector
tor Adoption
of Government e-ID.
€ Case Study in Better Identity Management in Passport.
Passport
10.20am
TEA
10.35am
PLENARY SESSION VI – IDENTITY MANAGEMENT
SOLUTIONS
€ Documents & Personalization.
€ National ID Programmes and Their Relation to Smart
Card Technology: Today’s Status and the Outlook for
Tomorrow.
L U N C H / E X H I B I T I O N
V I E W I N G
/
COFFEE BREAK
€ Data Capture & Issuance.
€ ID Management Lifecycle and e-Government.
€ ID Management Lifecycles Platform.
Top executives from public and private sector organizations,
International Community and Civil Society Organizations. Except
where it is waived, participation fee is N110,000 or $950 per
participant. Waivers apply to only identified officials in selected
public institutions and civil society organisations.
organisations Payments can be
made to: National Identity Management Commission. UBA Plc,
Abuja Branch. Account No.: 02680040003229
12.03pm
PLENARY SESSION VII – COUNTRY EXPERIENCES
€ Estonia
€ Pakistan.
2.00pm
CLOSING PLENARY
4.00pm
L U N C H / E X H I B I T I O N
€ Austria..
V I E W I N G
For further information, please contact: | Ben (07030599794) | Florence (08023279980) | Aisha (08033779668) |
E-mail:
mail: | [email protected] | [email protected]; | [email protected] | Website: www.nimc.gov.ng

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