The exhibition brings collectively governments, corporates and tech SMEs functioning to accelerate ICT innovation for social and financial improvement. ITU Telecom World 2018 attributes an exhibition of digital options, a forum for sharing understanding and a networking hub for organizations, nations and people. Focusing on innovation for smarter digital improvement the forum addressed a number of subjects such as 5G, IoT, new regulatory approaches, AI, digital economic solutions, satellite connectivity, spectrum allocation, intelligent cities, revolutionary enterprise models, digital literacy and universal connectivity.
The sultanate participation integrated a paper presentation on digital identity and its part in the sustainable improvement objectives in common. Yahya bin Salim al Azri, director of the National Digital Certification Centre at ITA, reviewed the sultanate’s encounter in establishing an integrated method of national digital identity and the challenges that faced the implementation of the project.
Azri presented the paper in a panel discussion amongst a group of specialists and specialists in digital identity from about the planet. He addressed the sultanate good results in linking the government electronic solutions to the national digital certification method, hence facilitating eServices for citizens and residents, in addition to highlighting its part in building the economy, legislations and laws associated to digital identity and signature. Azri also talked about the centre good results in integration with the service providers (ROP, OmanTel, Ooredoo), in addition to speaking about the digital identity part in raising citizens’ self-assurance, offering secured transactions, lowering misuse and fraud and guaranteeing individual information confidentiality.
Information Source: Muscat Daily