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Overview Of My Various National ICT Strategy Presentations

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Provides a quick overview and guide to these presentations I have done on National Identity and ICT:
Developing Countries National ICT & Identity Strategy
Developing Countries National ICT & Healthcare Strategy
Developing Countries National ICT & Education Strategy
Developing Countries National ICT & Security Strategy
Proposed National Citizen Digital Identity Strategy
National Target SOA Citizen Identity Architecture

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Overview Of My Various National ICT Strategy Presentations

  1. 1. Overview Of My Various National ICT Strategy Presentations Huntington Ventures Ltd. The Business of Identity Management July 2016
  2. 2. This Deck… • Provides a quick overview to these presentations I have done on National Identity and ICT: – Citizen Lifecycle Events – National ICT & Managing Illegal Citizens & Identity Fraud – National ICT & Citizen Payments – National ICT & Healthcare Strategy – National ICT & Education Strategy – National ICT & Defense and Intelligence Security Strategy – National ICT & Governance Strategy – Proposed National Citizen Digital Identity Strategy – National Target SOA Citizen Identity Architecture
  3. 3. Guy Huntington Guy Huntington is a very experienced identity architect, program and project manager who has led, as well as rescued, many large Fortune 500 identity projects including Boeing and Capital One. He recently completed being the identity architect for the Government of Alberta’s Digital Citizen Identity and Authentication program.
  4. 4. Citizen Lifecycle Events • For a review of citizen lifecycle events then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/citizen-identity- lifecycle-july-2016 • Lays out the effects of a national identity for a citizen’s lifecycle events including: – Birth – Vaccinations – First day of school – Health treatment – Getting driver’s license and passports – Changing name and gender – Paying for government services taxes, fines – i-Voting – Moving within the country – Claiming for social services – Death
  5. 5. Managing Illegal Identities & Fraud • If you want to get a high level overview of identity and national ICT strategies then go here – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/national-ict- identity-strategy-managing-illegal-citizens-identity-fraud- 2016 – Lays out existing problems with current national ICT strategies and e-governance relating to illegal identities and identity fraud – Presents a high level framework for an identity strategy leveraging identity and ICT which mitigates the risk of illegal identities and fraud – Shows how the same infrastructure can be used for evoting
  6. 6. Citizen Payments, Identity & ICT • If you want a quick overview of citizen payments, identity and national ICT strategies then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/developing- countries-national-ict-citizen-payments-strategy – Reviews current government challenges in receiving and making citizen payments – Presents a way for governments to make more money every day by leveraging citizen identity and the phone
  7. 7. Healthcare, ICT and Identity • For a quick overview on healthcare, ICT and Identity then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/developing- countries-national-ict-healthcare-strategy – Lays out existing healthcare delivery problems many developing countries have – Presents a high level framework for an ICT health care strategy leveraging identity
  8. 8. Education, ICT and Identity • For a quick overview on education, ICT and Identity then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/developing- countries-national-ict-education-strategy-may-12-2016 – Reviews current problems in many countries with “ghost” students – Presents a high level framework for an education strategy leveraging a national identity and authentication infrastructure which will eliminate “ghost” students – Shows how to create a student management system which stays with the student their entire life – Also shows how to create a system where parents and legal guardians of students are kept informed of their daily homework and if the student is in class via their cell or smartphone
  9. 9. National Identity ICT Defense & Intelligence Strategy • For a quick overview on national ICT Defence and Intelligence Strategy then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/developing- countries-national-ict-security-strategy – Examines: • Significant risk of governments being held for ransom from malware attacks on their national ICT infrastructure – Lays out high level requirements for: • Privacy • Malware and denial of service attack defence • High availability
  10. 10. National ICT & Governance • For a quick overview on national ICT and Governance then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/developing- countries-national-ict-identity-governance-strategy • Reviews the governance components required to successfully implement and maintain an e- government strategy: – Identity data governance – Identity infrastructure governance – Laws and regulations governance
  11. 11. National Citizen Identity Strategy • For a more detailed presentation on national citizen identity strategy then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/national- identity-strategy-presentation-may-10-2016 – Reviews Estonia – Discusses one identity per citizen – Proposes a phased vision starting with use of cell phones and then allowing a seamless migration for citizens to smartphones when they acquire them – Overview of citizen lifecycle events – Proposes a phased implementation plan – Provides overview on the number and type of RFP’s required
  12. 12. National Citizen SOA Target Architecture • For a detailed national citizen proposed target SOA architecture then go here: – http://www.slideshare.net/ghuntington/national-citizen- target-soa-architecture-sept-2016 – Review of ForgeRock architectures for: • Open AM • Open DJ • Open Identity • Open IG – Reviews use of ESB and BPEL to provide enterprise flexibility – Privacy architecture – Target architecture
  13. 13. It’s Complicated • What the various decks address is the many numerous components required • Each one must interconnect with the other pieces • The national ICT strategies outlined in the decks offer developing countries the ability to leapfrog over existing western countries • The security deck outlines new risks that come with this type of architecture and service
  14. 14. It’s The Future! • Countries that walk into this with their eyes wide open can reap the economic, health and education success
  15. 15. Changing the World a Bit • Guy wants to change the world a bit by assisting developing countries to leapfrog ahead of most western societies by: – Leveraging citizen’s use of the cell phone and their voice to then access online government services – Creating a new model for educating students – Leverage existing technology to deliver healthcare more effectively
  16. 16. If You Thought This Is Thought Provoking • Then please pass along a link to the presentation to people in your country who might be interested • You can contact me at: – guy@hvl.net – 1-604-861-6804 – Via LinkedIn (https://ca.linkedin.com/in/ghuntington) • Thanks for your time!

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