Webinar: The Role of Technology in Ensuring the Future of Free Movement

EEMA is hosting a virtual panel debate on the future of free movement post pandemic on Tuesday 29th June (11.00 to 12.15 CET). The event will include a presentation from Bart Preneel, a Professor at KU Leuven and part of the team that developed Belgium’s coronavirus tracing smartphone app – Coronalert. The Post Covid-19 – … Continue reading Webinar: The Role of Technology in Ensuring the Future of Free Movement

Evolution not revolution: Why mobile fingerprint sensors are here to stay

Around the world, we have fallen in love with our mobile devices. There are 10+ billion devices in circulation, we check them 58 times daily on average and 65% of Americans check their smartphones up to 160 times a day! We estimate that time spent unlocking using PINs and passwords equates to 41 minutes each week, or about 4 months of … Continue reading Evolution not revolution: Why mobile fingerprint sensors are here to stay

David G.W. Birch Appointed Honorary President of EEMA

EEMA has announced that David G.W. Birch has been appointed as Honorary President of EEMA,  sharing the role alongside the creator of the Seven Laws of Identity,  Kim Cameron. Ranked one of the top 100 global fintech influencers for 2021, David G.W. Birch holds board and advisory roles in Europe and North America, including being a … Continue reading David G.W. Birch Appointed Honorary President of EEMA

EEMA Intelligence Report: Will Distributed Identity Ever Be Intelligible to the Average Citizen?

EEMA has published its first EEMA Intelligence Report, providing new research findings and world-leading expert commentary on the issue - Will Distributed Identity Ever Be Intelligible to the Average Citizen? Distributed Identity is the new buzz-phrase for the identity industry and is focused on the premise that citizens should be give more control over their … Continue reading EEMA Intelligence Report: Will Distributed Identity Ever Be Intelligible to the Average Citizen?

GLASS to Place EU Citizens in Control of Their Personal Information and Streamline Access to eGovernment Services Across Member States

GLASS - SinGLe Sign-on eGovernAnce paradigm based on a distributed file exchange network for Security, transparency, cost effectiveness and truSt - is a new EU funded Horizon 2020 project (H2020-EU.3.6.2.2.), which runs from 1st January 2021 until 31st December 2023. The initiative will use blockchain technology to deliver a distributed framework for sharing common services … Continue reading GLASS to Place EU Citizens in Control of Their Personal Information and Streamline Access to eGovernment Services Across Member States