The VOICE of Africa on Identity matters... and the ID4D Agenda Worldwide
The ID4Africa LiveCasts are episodes of knowledge exchange and dialogue that integrate various voices from the Identity Community in an ultimate live experience. These are not simply webinars where speakers present and audiences listen, they are the next generation in conferencing.
Each LiveCast episode is characterized as intense, informative and timely. Featuring hard-hitting, frank and expert debates, fireside chats, presentations, and actionable dialogue along with Community Voices, where members of the audience join the panel to express their views live.
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Session I: Restarting Economies & Re-opening the Skies – Identity Post COVID-19
Session II: Spotlight on Contactless Innovations
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Written by Dr. Joseph Atick, this report presents some deep insights generated from initial LiveCast discussions, along with collective opinions gathered from the identity community. >> Download
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Digital identity for all push in Africa now has clarity and political will: ID4Africa Executive Chairman shares in one-on-one interview with Biometric Update. >> Read Article
In this exclusive #IDTalk interview conducted by FindBiometrics, Dr. Atick explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the identity industry in Africa, and how the ID4Africa Movement is responding. >> Listen
In this exclusive interview Steve Atkins of Silicon Trust gathers Dr. Joseph Atick’s perspective on COVID’s impact on Africa and the international identity Community >> Watch Interview
Dr. Joseph Atick, executive chairman of ID4Africa, speaks with the champions leading Africa’s digital transformation: Nigeria’s Hadiza Ali-Dagabana, Ivory Coast’s Diakalidia Konaté, Lesotho’s Tumelo Raboletsi, and Namibia’s Tulimeke Munyika. >> Read Article