The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) is pleased to present its second two-day InDIITA Workshop in Bangalore, India.
Building on last year’s success that included 26 sessions with rigorous participation from 65 attendees representing 22 different countries, the goal of the 2019 workshop is to develop an outcome-based community that will continue to address the following challenges:
- Securing affordable accessibility for disconnected communities within India
- Building a trust framework for protecting the digital persona
- Enabling the digital citizen’s right to manage (agency) who, when, what and how they want to transact with other entities.
- Read the 2018 InDITA Book of Proceedings and see all the notes and event information for yourself.
You set the agenda
InDIITA is an Open Space Workshop that utilizes an “attendee-based participatory experience” to work on solutions needed in the world of identity today. Rather than having a pre-set agenda and canned presentations, attendees will set a multi-track agenda that meets their needs in real-time.
At an Open Space workshop, you’re invited to speak and share, raise questions, or ask for input. Whether you have an idea for a session right away or think of one in the middle of the workshop, you are welcome to propose it and run a session.
Who should attend:
Technologists, researchers, government regulators, academics, ethicists and more are all welcome and needed. Just bring your expertise and readiness to collaborate in finding the right solutions.