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Open Identity Exchange (OIX)

Open Identity Exchange (OIX)
 

Open Identity Exchange (OIX)
London, UK
September 28, 2023

The Open Identity Exchange (OIX), a global community driving positive and inclusive developments for trusted digital identities, is to hold its #IdentityTrust2023 conference on Thursday 28th September 2023 at County Hall in London. Aimed at global and UK based organizations, it is the only conference in the world focused exclusively on digital ID and the biggest of its kind in the UK.

It will address the most important issues organizations across many sectors (banking, finance, travel, gambling, higher education, home buying and selling, rental) will face on their journey to digital ID adoption. And with Sopra Steria and Synectics Solutions as Gold Sponsors and Biometric Update as media partner, it promises to be the most valuable event this year for organizations that will come to accept digital ID.

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