Dr. Maarten Wegdam is a principal researcher at Novay (formerly Telematica Instituut), a Dutch ICT research institute. Novay does innovation projects for companies and government, creating break-through innovations that have an impact on how we live and work. Maarten has a background in distributed systems, middleware, ICT architecture and identity. Maarten leads the Identity and Trust area within Novay, and is an expert in identity, privacy and trust. Recent projects include business-to-government identity, identity federation for higher education, Mobile PKI, user centric identity (OpenID, InfoCard) and consumer-to-business identity. He is project manager of the proof-of-concept of the Dutch OpenID.nl+ initiative to create a (low) trust framework for OpenID in The Netherlands, and project manager of a Dutch high-trust identity initiative for the financial sector. Before joining Novay in 2008, Maarten worked for Alcatel-Lucent (Bell Labs research department) and KPN Research (research department of the Dutch incumbent operator). Maarten also has a position as Assistant Professor with the University of Twente (NL), Computer Science department (Information Systems group). Maarten has a blog on identity, privacy and related matters: http://maarten.wegdam.nameA more elaborate resume can be found here: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wegdam
|European Identity Conference 2011
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|European Identity Conference 2010
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