Upcoming virtual conference to address digitalisation in banking, fintech, and public administration

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In response to the rapid pace of digital transformation affecting sectors such as banking, fintech, and public administration, ProID and Monet+ will host a virtual conference on Thursday, May 23, 2024, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. (CET). The event aims to provide insights into the future of digital identity and electronic signatures, particularly in light of the European Union’s upcoming eIDAS 2.0 regulation.

Digitalisation at a crossroads

The digitisation of processes has been markedly accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, altering customer behaviours and pushing even the most traditional sectors towards digital solutions. This transition is not without its challenges and opportunities, as the forthcoming eIDAS 2.0 regulation introduces new rules for electronic signatures, affecting a wide range of digital transactions.

Experts from various fields are scheduled to share their perspectives on the evolution of digital processes. The conference will cover several critical topics, including:

  • The impact of current and future legislation on digital practices.
  • Innovations in electronic signature technologies.
  • Strategies for digitising processes and documents.
  • Enhancements in secure online authentication and login systems.
  • The digital identity of employees and freelancers.
  • Advances in digital onboarding and identity verification.
  • Future trends in digitisation beyond the banking sector.

A Free, informative event for professionals

Organisers ProID and Monet+ emphasize that the conference will be conducted as a live online stream, allowing professionals from around the globe to participate. The event is offered free of charge, aiming to encourage a wide range of participants to engage with the latest trends and regulatory changes affecting digitalisation.

The conference represents a timely initiative, as industries face the necessity of adapting to digital methodologies amid evolving regulatory environments. Attendees are expected to gain valuable insights into navigating these changes, ensuring compliance, and leveraging digitalisation for growth.

Those interested in attending are encouraged to register early through the event’s official webpage, highlighting the organisers’ commitment to facilitating broad access to this critical discourse on digital transformation.

As the digital landscape continues to evolve, the conference is poised to offer practical advice, expert insights, and a forum for discussing the future of digitalisation across key sectors, making it an essential event for professionals looking to stay at the forefront of technological innovation and regulatory compliance.

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Article by Monet+ a.s.

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