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SDW Call for Speakers 2018

Share your experience and knowledge with government and industry colleagues at the premier event in the secure document and government identity calendar.

Apply to speak by submitting an abstract of your speech proposal to SDW Chairman, Mark Lockie, before the deadline of Friday 15 December 2017.

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SDW  2018,  25-27 June
QEII Centre, London, UK

SDW is a world-leading conference and exhibition event providing a global showcase for next-generation human identity solutions, focusing on intrinsic document security and on the new cutting-edge secure infrastructure now required to produce and use these advanced documents in live situations.

 

In-depth SDW Conference

Recognised worldwide as the preeminent conference for professionals involved in secure ID credentials and government-identity solutions,the three-day SDW conference brings you innovations, insight, analysis and debate direct from 75+ industry experts.

The SDW conference programme covers key issues, including identity fraud, document design, travel documents, smart borders, eID, biometrics, digital and mobile ID, smart citizens and the future of identity innovations.


Free SDW Exhibition

The SDW Exhibition is a global showcase for the latest secure document and identity innovations and features 140+ leading exhibitors. Visitor entry is free and includes access to a series of free seminars in the Knowledge Theatre.

For details on how to exhibit at the two-day SDW 2018 Exhibition (26-27 June) please contact Janine Bill - j.bill@sciencemediapartners.com.

 

About SDW

Designed by the editors of the critically acclaimed Security Document World news and information portal, SDW is the premier international event for technology suppliers, security document printers, infrastructure providers and integrators in the fast-moving security document market place.

 


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