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Agenda @ a Glance

Keen to share your ideas and innovations with a global audience? Tell us all about it! Intergraf's Committee of Experts invites paper submissions under the following session headings:

Plenary __ Banknotes and IDs: combating crime in a digital world

Session 1 __ Banknotes: there’s an app for that!

Session 3 __ Enhancing the security ecosystem

Session 5 __ Going digital: risks and opportunities

Session 7 __ Cash cycle: the infrastructure of the future

Session 9 __ The future: new trends, new ideas, new leaders, new approaches

Panel __ The impact of changing ownership structures on the banknote supply chain

 

Session 2 __ Help! My country’s ID document has been compromised

Session 4 __ Identification beyond documents

Session 6 __ From cradle to grave

Session 8 __ Innovation and interoperability

Session 10 __ What’s in your face?

Panel __ Crossing borders and boundaries


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Wednesday 23/10/2019

Plenary __ Banknotes and IDs: combating crime in a digital world

Counterfeiting has increased in complexity with the availability of raw materials on the Internet – to stay ahead of these initiatives, the security of banknotes and IDs have incrementally improved with new, advanced technologies. This session will explore the latest counterfeit deterrent technologies and fraud trends, including the impact of cybercrime and the darknet on the production and availability of counterfeits, and the opportunities for industry and academia to raise the bar against crime as a service.

 
Thursday 24/10/2019 - Morning

Session 1 __ Banknotes: there’s an app for that!

Mobile apps are more and more common in the banknote world. There are two distinctive uses: communication and authentication. This session will explore how they work, what can they do, and the restrictions that exist today.

Session 2 __ Help! My country’s ID document has been compromised

The latest forgery techniques and counterfeiting trends – and how to combat them – will be highlighted in this session. New, advanced, security features as well as additional functionality integrated in ID documents will be explored. Can the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence enhance ID documents and their use, or do they present another threat?

 

Session 3 __ Enhancing the security ecosystem

This session is an opportunity for law enforcement agencies, central banks and academia to address initiatives and solutions – beyond traditional approaches – to deter counterfeiting, and to present specific measures taken to thwart criminal actions.

Session 4 __ Identification beyond documents

While identification is still based on physical documents, virtual identities will play an increasing role in society. This session will explore mobile identity, biometrics, blockchain and other means of digital verification of identity and ID documents.

 
Thursday 24/10/2019 - Afternoon

Session 5 __ Going digital: risks and opportunities

Digitalisation is becoming part of the mainstream dialogue. Digital currencies present regulation and authentication challenges that must be addressed. This session will discuss the future of cash as a legal tender and digital currencies from the perspective of law enforcement, central banks and digital cash brokers.

Session 6 __ From cradle to grave

ID documents, of one type or another, accompany citizens throughout their lives – from birth to death certificates and everything in between. This session will provide a holistic view of the ID document lifecycle – encompassing dynamic identity, data capture, issuance, use and verification … and how these functions could be improved.

 

Session 7 __ Cash cycle: the infrastructure of the future

The growing demand for cash worldwide presents an ever-increasing need to modernise the global cash cycle infrastructure, to make it more and more efficient. This session will examine recent developments including authentication software, equipment enhancements, and cooperation and shifts in responsibilities between public and private sector partners.

Session 8 __ Innovation and interoperability

Innovation and creativity never cease – from technology and features to processes. However, conflicting interpretations of international standards can make the role of document examiners extremely complicated. This session will present new documents from around the globe and how they are complying with standards to facilitate their authentication.

 
Friday 25/10/2019

Session 9 __ The future: new trends, new ideas, new leaders, new approaches

The next generation of government and industry leaders is bringing new, fresh approaches to production and to the management of the banknote lifecycle. This session will unveil the latest trends, innovations, and new developments in banknotes.

Session 10 __ What’s in your face?

Facial recognition and other forms of biometrics are playing increasingly important roles in identification. This session will explore the advantages of and challenges associated with these technologies for authenticating identity.

 

Panel __ The impact of changing ownership structures on the banknote supply chain

The banknote supply chain is undergoing massive changes: companies are cutting costs as a result of overcapacity; mergers, acquisitions and sales of printers and papermakers have occurred; and the delocalisation of manufacturing operations is more frequent. How does this changing landscape affect long-standing customer relationships, business continuity management, and business decisions? Is this trend increasing the efficiency of the industry or undermining its core values?

Panel __ Crossing borders and boundaries

The challenges associated with managing borders today are compounded by the growing number of travellers, immigrants and refugees. This panel will discuss the streamlining of border crossing systems, how best to identify and track refugees, and innovative ideas to tackle the borders of the future.

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