February 1, 2023

Cayman Islands: CyDEC 2018

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Date: Thursday 21st June, 2018

Time: 8.30am – 5.30pm, followed by a cocktail reception

Location: Aurea Ballroom, Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa

What: Cayman Islands Digital Economy Conference, CyDEC 2018

Who: Hon Alden McLaughlin, Premier of the Cayman Islands & Minister for Human Resources, Immigration and Community Affairs

Giles Watkins, Founder of S4i & Member of ISO Standards Board for Blockchain

Arvo Ott, Chairman of Management Board of the e-Governance Academy Foundation, Estonia

Ian Tibbets, Director of e-Government in the Cayman Islands Government

Nancy Kirkonnell Ewing, President of Brac Informatics Centre

John Edge Cofounder & Chairman, ID2020

Igor Telyatnikov Co-Founder, President and COO, AlphaPoint

Paul Byles, Director of FTS

CYDEC 2018, Cayman’s largest digital economy conference will bring together global and local experts to showcase new ideas and applied technological advancements for leaders in both the private and public sectors. Speakers will span the tech, financial, legal and civil service industries, providing attendees with essential concepts and insights into the constantly expanding would of business technology.

Topics include:

• Digitising Public Services: How governments around the globe are digitising services to improve efficiency and value to local communities
• e-Government in the Cayman Islands: How the Cayman Islands public sector is being transformed and what happens next.
• Panel discussion: Making e-government work. What are citizen’s expectations, what are the risks? Can government deliver?
• Future of Financial Services: The world of financial service companies and their consumers is being revolutionized by FinTech.
• The World of Crypto: How to determine the low and high risk options and the outlook for cryptocurrencies and their exchanges.
• Financial services: innovation & risks. What are the risks in financial services innovation and how will we manage them?
• Sovereign Digital ID Systems: How national ID systems work, the benefits and risks and how one might look in the Cayman Islands.

The conference will also feature, in-depth discussions with panellists dedicated to exploring the full spectrum of ideas related to featured topics.

Delegate passes cost CI$300 (US$365.85). The cost of registration includes the full day conference, breakfast, coffee, lunch and a cocktail reception. Delegate passes are available online at www.cydec.ky/registration

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