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OMNISECURE – never more relevant so aktuell wie nie

OMNISECURE 2019 – the next conference for smart identity solutions will take place in Berlin from 21st to 23rd January

Around 350 delegates will be participating in the 26th annual conference, which takes place under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of the Interior. The topics will include digital payment, blockchain, digital Europe, connected living, the digital economy and digital citizens.

On the eve of the conference (21st Jan.) delegates from the fields of industry, politics, research and public administration meet up for their first networking event. This is an evening when experts engage in an intensive exchange of ideas. A selection of start-ups will give short pitches with innovative ideas..

The programme for January 2019 will be accessible here from mid-October.

Avail of the favourable terms in our Participation + Hotel Package There are special conditions for participants from research institutions and public authorities.

Basic Data

350 participants |Over 100 top speakers | 22 large forums
112 tutorials and workshops |Discussion and networking on two long evenings


Dirk is a member of the CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Joint Presidents' Group, member of the DIN Presidential Committee FOKUS.ICT and the ETSI representative to the European Commission's ICT Multi-Stakeholder Platform. He is Head of Standards Policy in Nokia, where he is responsible for standardization policy and Nokia’s membership portfolio. Prior to 2007 Dirk held various management positions in the areas of development, research, intellectual property, standardization and marketing in the communication business of Siemens. Dirk has worked actively in standardization for over 30 years on technical, strategic and policy issues in organizations such as ETSI, 3GPP, ITU and OMA. Dirk has been working in mobile communications since he joined Siemens in 1985 starting with the development of the Mobile Communication System C450.

The ETSI Board meets regularly and operates under powers delegated by the ETSI General Assembly, in particular being responsible for managing ETSI’s Technical Committees. The Board consists of up to 30 members, including two seats reserved for representatives of SMEs and of Users. Members of the ETSI Board are elected for a three-year term of office.

ETSI Director General, Mr. Luis Jorge Romero, works closely with the leaders of the General Assembly and the Board in the management of the institute.

The members of the ETSI Board for the new mandate period 2017-2020 are:

  • Niels ANDERSEN, Anemone Technology;
  • Rémi ARQUEVAUX, Ministère de l’Economie et des Finances, France;
  • Howard BENN, Samsung R&D Institute UK;
  • Jorge BONIFACIO, PT Portugal SGPS SA;
  • Angel BOVEDA, Wireless partners S.L.L.;
  • Chris CLIFTON, Sony Europe Ltd;
  • Axel FERRAZZINI, GovStrat SPRL;
  • Jochen FRIEDRICH, IBM Europe;
  • Lindsay FROST, NEC Europe Ltd;
  • Marc GRANT, AT&T GNS Belgium SPRL;
  • Simon HICKS, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports, UK;
  • Kevin HOLLEY, BT plc;
  • Jamshid KHUN-JUSH, Qualcomm CDMA Technologies GmbH;
  • Magnus MADFORS, Ericsson Telefonaktiebolaget LM;
  • Pierpaolo MARCHESE, Telecom Italia;
  • Markus MUECK, Intel Deutschland GmbH;
  • Adrian NEAL, Vodafone Group plc;
  • Neviana NIKOLOSKI, Phonak Communications AG;
  • Gabrielle OWEN, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Netherlands;
  • Heinz POLSTERER, Deutsche Telekom AG;
  • Dominique ROCHE, eG4U;
  • Nick SAMPSON, Orange;
  • Alain STARON, Veolia Environnement SA;
  • Christian TOCHE, Huawei Technologies France;
  • Sebastiano TOFFALETTI, SBS aisbl;
  • Bogdan TOPIČ, SIST;
  • Isabelle VALET-HARPER, Microsoft Europe SARL;
  • Dirk WEILER, Nokia Solutions and Networks GmbH & Co. KG;
  • Helene WORKMAN, Apple (UK) Ltd;
  • Christoph WÖSTE, BMWi, Germany.
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