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2015 CONFERENCES: Identifying the Main Trends in Trust and Security Technologies Today

PARIS - Tuesday, September 8th 2015 [ME NewsWire]

(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS, set to take place at Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte next 17-19 November, is the world's leading event dedicated to secure payment, identification and mobility solutions. Industry experts from all over the world will converge on Paris to explore the latest trends in digital interaction and transaction technology.

Through the wealth of conferences offered at this major event, visitors will be able to gain a greater understanding of new digital trust and security technologies -- how they developed, where they are heading, what they are used for -- and identify new business opportunities.

CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS: where all smart and secure technology players come together

CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS means not only 460 participating exhibitors and nearly 20,000 visitors, but also nearly 100 thematic and forward-looking conferences, with more than 160 speakers, all international experts in their fields and hailing from prominent organisations central to the digital security industry.

The conferences explore the key trends in the fields of secure payment and financial services, identification, digital security and connected objects. The conference agenda is structured around this year's four paramount issues:

    Navigating the mobile contactless payments landscape
    Biometrics & eID: key trends
    Fight fraud & ensure privacy
    Money on the move

A closer look at the conferences:

    1,600 convention participants from 68 countries
    160 international speakers
    15 round tables
    4 conference rooms over 3 days

2015 Conference Programme & Speakers

The themes selected by CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS for this year's event address the leading issues in an increasingly-interconnected world.

Tuesday November 17

    HCE & tokenisation: What Role for the Secure Element?
    Biometric ID: The Future of Passwords ?
    EMV, the Best Way to Reduce Fraud ?
    E-banking & m-banking: Challenges & Opportunities for FinTech
    E-Money & m-Money in Emerging Markets

Wednesday November 18

    New Business Models: What Impact on the Banking, Telco & Retail Industries ?
    E-documents et e-ID as Drivers for Cross-Sector and Border Digital Services
    Privacy: The Consumer Takes control
    Money on the move: mPOS, Wallets & Peer to Peer Payments

Thursday November 19

    Mobile Payments: NFC, HCE, SE, Tokenization
    Secure Identity in a Connected World
    The Connected Age & Wearables: Invisible, Everywhere but Secure ?
    The Future of Digital Currencies

A detailed listing of the conferences can be found here

Globally-hailed experts will be speaking, including:

    Alex MCKELVEY, Principal Software Engineering Lead, Microsoft
    Alexandre SAWAYA, Partner Director, McKinsey & Company
    Asaf ASHKENAZI, Director of Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies
    Chris SKINNER, Chairman, The Financial Services Club
    Florent ISTACE, Senior Payments Knowledge Expert, McKinsey&Company
    J.J. KIELEY, Vice President, Head of Network Commercialization, American Express
    Jean KEHLAOUI, Director of Partnerships, Banking Sector, Orange
    Joern LEOGRANDE, EVP Mobile Services, Wirecard
    John ROSSMAN, Managing Director - Alvarez & Marsal, formerly Director of Enterprise Services at
    Jorge KRUG, Head of IT – CIO, Banrisul
    Marc KEKICHEFF, EMVCo Board of Managers Representative
    Marc NIEDERKORN, Director, McKinsey & Company
    Marc-Alexander CHRIST, Co-founder, SumUp Services
    Mario MAAWAD, Digital Security Director, CaixaBank / Mobey Forum
    Olaf TAUPITZ, Head of Product And Innovation / Managing Director, Cashcloud
    Oliver MANAHAN, VP, Emerging Payment, MasterCard Worldwide
    Osama Bedier, CEO, Poynt
    Parashar KANISHK, Founder and CEO, Coin
    Peter KLIMEK, Financial Security Expert, Kaspersky Lab
    Philippe LE PAPE, VP Sales, Morpho / Mobey Forum
    Sarah CLARK, General Manager, CEEMEA, PayPal
    Stefano CIMINELLI, Executive Director, EMEIA Financial Services, Ernst & Young Advisory Services
    Tayar GUSTAVO, Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company
    Tom EMRICH, Founder, We Are Wearables
    Travers CLARKE-WALKER, Chief Marketing Officer – International Group, Fiserv
    Zanghee CHO, Director, Sk Co.

The detailed list of speakers with their biographies can be found here

Cracking the code to a profoundly-changing sector through 100 conferences

The technological strides made over the past few years have reshaped the payment landscape. The arrival of new and influential players on the market, including Apple Pay, has paved the way for a massive uptake of mobile payment. With connected or "wearable" objects mushrooming and, more broadly, the advent of new information sharing media (NFC, LTE, Cloud, etc.), new security and trust needs have come into being, and biometrics appear a well-suited and sound response for authentication and identification. In the face of these new usages, identity securisation will become a primordial issue for citizens, enterprises and governments.



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