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Policy and Technology – striving for a perfect match with better outcomes

As signalled in last month’s newsletter, DINZ’s submission to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s consultation paper on Biometrics did proceed to plan, and we were grateful to receive OPC’s thanks and acknowledgement of the work put in by our special interest group of DINZ members.
Digital Identity NZ news

Be part of shaping DINZ’s mahi

It has been three weeks since the Digital Trust Hui Taumata at Te Papa Tongarewa and yet it still resonates with many delegates, judging by feedback I continue to receive. It’s a clear indicator of a great event that Digital Identity NZ and NZTech worked hard to bring to the community, overcoming the significant challenges of the time. 
Digital Identity NZ news

Digital Trust Hui Taumata, Leading the Conversation in Aotearoa

Aotearoa’s first Digital Trust Hui Taumata is taking place on Wednesday. While the event alone is significant enough, this month let’s look at the programme in more detail to consider what it might offer up in terms of the future for digital identity in New Zealand and around the world. To help with context, I offered my perspective on some emerging trends in the form of a Q&A here.
Digital Identity NZ news

The important of Research to enrich our understanding of Digital Trust

What a rollercoaster the last few weeks have been! But through it all, DINZ remains on track with its mahi to advance both its purpose, where every New Zealander can easily use their Digital Identity and its mission, to empower a unified, trusted and inclusive Digital Identity ecosystem for Aotearoa New Zealand that enhances Kāwanatanga (honourable governance), Rangatiratanga … Continue reading "The important of Research to enrich our understanding of Digital Trust"