[Webinar] Digital identities & citizen issues @CNNum

On July 9th at 2:00 pm, CNNum’s experts invite you to attend a webinar to learn more about the public policy issues surrounding our digital identities.
A large number of sites are asking the general public to prove their identity online; in this context, what about our digital identity, until now rather associated with private service providers?

To answer this question and participate in the development of the expected citizen and security guarantees, the National Digital Council proposes 35 recommendations, in connection with the referral to the Secretary of State for Digital Affairs, in July 2019, on the implementation of a public digital identity.

On the occasion of this webinar, the experts of the CNNum propose you to come back in detail on the development of this project, by evoking in particular :

  • this new lever of trust, between the State, citizens and an ecoy system of private and public actors,
  • the choice of a frugal, inclusive and secure identity architecture,
  • the value of a training plan for citizens with little or no digital literacy,
  • the creation of shared governance by bodies playing the role of safeguards,

Register and ask them your questions!


Why a webinar?
Initially programmed in a “workshop” format, our events are becoming digital because of the crisis context we are experiencing. This short, interactive and free format allows you to benefit from the support of our experts and to interact with them live, thanks to an integrated messaging system.

Who is this format for?
All entrepreneurs who want to learn more about the nature of the Government’s work on digital identities.

How can I get involved?
To join the conference please register using the form available on this page; you will then receive a link to the event page.

The software used for this webinar is Livestorm and does not require any downloads from you.