Digi.me is delighted to announce that it has joined EEMA, the leading independent not for profit, European think tank focussing on identification, authentication, privacy, risk management, cyber security, the Internet of Things and mobile applications.
Julian Ranger, digi.me’s Executive Chairman, who founded digi.me in 2009 and is regarded as an pioneer in the field of privacy and personal data, will give a keynote address at EEMA’s Annual Conference ‘Privacy vs Identity – Opportunities and Challenges’, which takes place in London on July 4 and 5.
Chair of EEMA, Jon Shamah said: “We are excited to welcome digi.me to EEMA.
“Its platform has the potential to be a gamechanger in how people manage their personal digital data and use it to collaborate and transact with commercial entities and government organisations.”
Mr Shamah added: “With innovations such as digi.me coming to market, it is no surprise that the EEMA membership is expanding all across Europe, as organisations see us as the ideal vehicle from which to build their networks and explore commercial opportunities throughout the EU and beyond.”
EEMA’s series of high level fireside briefings in Brussels and London also provide the ideal forum for industry leaders to tackle controversial hot topics in an intimate, invitation only setting.
For more information about EEMA membership visit: https://www.eema.org/membership