Established by Digital Identity New Zealand, the 2022 Digital Trust Aotearoa Hui Taumata provides an opportunity for New Zealand businesses, policy makers and public and private stakeholders to come together to share best practice and insights into the critical elements underpinning a thriving digital Trust Economy.     

Digital Trust Hui Taumata Summit 2022

Janelle Riki-Waaka Kaiwhakahaere, Riki Consultancy
Hon Dr David Clark Digital Economy and Communications -Minister, New Zealand Government
  • What underpins trust in Aotearoa, and how does this manifest in a digital context?
  • Considering the complex intersection of human rights, sociology, self-determination, and technology
  • Towards an equitable digital future
  • Modelling inclusion through actively seeking workforce diversity
Tamāra Al-Salim Product Owner, IdAM & PKI, NZDF, NZ Country Ambassador, Women in Identity
  • What does trust mean for the private sector?
  • Collaborative innovation: Working with your competitor 
  • Compliance with standards, portability & interoperability
Chris Claridge CEO – Potatoes NZ Inc., & Chair, Trust Alliance NZ
Jody Bullen Head of Open Banking, ANZ
April George Senior Solutions Manager, Okta

Facilitated by: Michael Murphy

Michael Murphy Head of Tech & Services, New Zealand Trade & Enteprise
Julie Lindenberg Acting CEO for APAC, Cogo
Mark Knowles General Manager Security Assurance, Xero
James Brown Director Global Partnerships, APLYiD
  • Outlining the infostructure: organising principles, client-side technologies, cloud services, and network business models 
  • Critical steps towards fair, transparent, and commercially sustainable Verifiable Credentials and Verifiable Information Exchange
Steve Wilson Managing Director, Lockstep Consulting Australia
  • Operating Australia’s Trust Digital Identity Framework (TDIF) – what we would do again, and what we would do differently
  • Australia’s Digital Identity legislation – current status, next steps and the case for global policy interoperability
Juleigh Cook Acting Head of Digital Identity, Digital Transformation Agency (Australia)
  • Virtual worlds. We’ve had them for years, what’s new?
  • Digital assets. The world of tokens and decentralised finance (web3!)
  • Digital identity, verifiable credentials and the reputation economy
David Birch Author, advisor, commentator, Digital financial services

Delegates will be invited to choose their topics of choice at these facilitated discussions. Led by an industry expert, connect and network with your peers around the challenges and triumphs with your digital identity journey. Topics may include:

  • What should be (and not be) in the proposed 2022 Consumer Data Right Bill?
    Facilitator: Jason Roberts, Executive Director, FinTech NZ 
  • The case for/against policy for decentralised identity as a default preference
    Facilitated by: Stuart Wakefield, CIO, Ministry of Education
  • Equity, trust and ethics in Digital Identity- do we understand, do we understand the implications enough, and are we doing enough?
    Facilitator: Ben Dakers, Associate Director – Customer Practice and Programmes, Datacom and Angela Gill, Senior Programme Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Payments NZ
  • “Operationalising privacy – preventing bad behaviour before the Privacy Act punishes – what can we do better?”
    Facilitator: Colin Wallis, Executive Director, Digital Identity NZ
  • What is Web 3.0 and can it help improve Digital Trust?
    Facilitator: David Birch
  • Digital Identity or digital entitlement/authorisation – which is more important?
    Facilitated by: Tamara Al-Salim, Product Owner, IdAM & PKI, NZDF, NZ Country Ambassador, Women in identity
  • Should all Aotearoa New Zealanders be provisioned with a digital wallet?
    Facilitator: Steve Graham, General Manager, Innovation and Biometrics, NEC Corporation
  • Before digital trust – how can we improve digital equity and digital literacy
    Facilitator: Graeme Muller, CEO, NZTech
  • Driving your competitive advantage with cloud-first identity and access management
    Facilitator: Andy Edmonds, Regional Manager, ANZ, Okta
  • The role of Te Reo Māori in digital equity
    Facilitators: Mathew Ensor, CEO & Founder, FranklyAI and Lana Simmond-Donaldson, Pouwhakahaere reo Māori, FranklyAI
  • The full Zero Trust reference architecture: best practice models for securing data
  • What are the top trends in Identity Management and how can your organisation leverage these for customer success?
  • Why Identity is the foundational layer to build contextual access controls
April George Senior Solutions Manager, Okta
Steve Graham General Manager, Innovation and Biometrics, NEC Corporation
Graeme Prentice Solution Consultant, NEC New Zealand

JNCTN – credentials for everyday life

Dan Stemp Chief Customer Officer, JNCTN

Transforming community service and engagement with better equity outcomes
• How do we incorporate qualitative data to improve inclusivity?
• What are the top barriers to hearing from your communities?

Lana Simmons-Donaldson Pouwhakahaere reo Māori, FranklyAI
  • Building trust through fit for purpose customer interfaces and positive use experiences
  • Exploring barriers to adoption for the end user 
  • Using accessible and clear language in communications around digital identity
Kaye-Maree Dunn Co-Founder, Āhau
  • What do standards bring to the party?
  • Know your customer, or not

Characteristics for standards of trust when stuff about you matters

Joanne Knight Identification Consultant in the Digital Public Service Branch, Department of Internal Affairs, Te Tari Taiwhenua (New Zealand)
Alan Bell Executive Director, Digital Identity, Digital Public Service Branch, Department of Internal Affairs Te Tari Taiwhenua