Posted on: Tuesday 25th of October 2011
We’ve a number of leading businesses attending our event on 9th November – ‘to hoard or to share: midata and the personal data revolution’. Attendees include representatives from Aimia, Barclays, billmonitor, British Computer Society, the Cabinet Office, CACI, Consumer Focus, Experian, Google, iRed, Mydex, Noddle, O2, Post Office, Reevoo, Royal Bank of Scotland, Scottish Southern, Visa and Which?.
We’ve planned a mix of presentations and practical, interactive round tables to give plenty of time for delegates to meet and network with each other and to discuss opportunities and ideas.
The day will kick off with the context setting from the UK government, consumer groups and Ctrl-Shift. The next session focuses on what large customer-facing businesses are already doing with data (Barclaycard, Experian and Google). After lunch delegates will learn about new midata enabled solutions in the market (including the digital postbox and Noddle). We’ll then have some deep-dives into topics such as data protection and compliance, identity, authentication and compliance, in the form of interactive round table discussions. And we’ll end with a panel session, led by the Government’s midata chair.