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Meet our Speaker: Luukas Ilves
Luukas has spent the past decade advancing an Estonian vision for e-government, cybersecurity and the digital economy in the EU. Most recently, he served as deputy director and senior fellow at the Lisbon Council, a Brussels-based think tank and policy network. Previously, Luukas led digital policy during Estonia’s 2017 EU Presidency and served as a member of staff for European Commission Vice President Neelie Kroes.
Luukas has negotiated EU legislation on e-ID, digital government, data flows, cyber security and telecommunications.
Currently, Luukas is head of strategy at Guardtime, a leading enterprise and government blockchain company. Luukas also chairs the Council of Europe’s expert committee on AI and human rights.
Luukas is a graduate of Stanford University and a reserve officer in the Estonian Defence Forces. He has been decorated by the President of Estonia with the Order of the White Star for his contributions to Estonia and the EU, one of the youngest recipients of the award.
eTalk: A Decade of Disruption - what the next decade holds for Digital ID in Estonia, Europe and globally
The last 15 years have been a time of relatively slow and gradual development in the world of electronic identity. The next 10 years will be nothing like the previous 15 for the world of eID. Governments and the private sector will be pulled into a series of technological, political and societal developments that make disruptive change inevitable. What can governments do about all this?