Santiago Paz

Information Security Director

AGESIC Uruguay

Santiago is a Telecommunications engineer, specialized in Information Security, certified as Information Systems Auditor (CISA by ISACA), Information Security Practitioner (SSCP by ISC2), Project Manager Professional (PMP by PMI). In 2013 will finish a Master on Technology Management (MMoT).

He is the Director and founder of the National CERT at Uruguay (CERTuy). Has managed many projects at the Uruguayan government, among the most important were: Deployment of the Government’s Private Data Network, design and deployment of the Security System’s of the egovernment platform, design and implementation of the PKI Uruguay.

With more than 10 years of experience on IT and Mobile industry, he has managed projects on the private sector in Uruguay, Ghana, Pakistan, Puerto Rico and Belice and many international government cooperation at Panama, El Salvador and Ecuador via Uruguayan Government and OAS.
Member of IEEE Uruguay for more than 5 years been president of the GOLD group in Uruguay, and treasure Officer of IEEE chapter Uruguay. Co-author of the book “Wireless Engineer Body of Knowledge” (IEEE, ComSoc ISBN: 978-0-470-43366-9)

Sessions

Who Goes There? Demystifying Digital Identity for All (1/2)

07/11/2018 09.00 - 10.30

TechnologyBreakout1Workshop

Who goes there? It’s a question as old as time that is asked at the beginning of most transactions. In order for people and organizations to do business they must first ask – Who are you? How can I trust you?

Digital identity is becoming the most important challenge to solve at the intersection of people, process, and technology. Ask people about digital identity and they might...

Who Goes There? Demystifying Digital Identity for All (2/2)

07/11/2018 11.00 - 12.30

TechnologyBreakout1Workshop

Who goes there? It’s a question as old as time that is asked at the beginning of most transactions. In order for people and organizations to do business they must first ask – Who are you? How can I trust you?

Digital identity is becoming the most important challenge to solve at the intersection of people, process, and technology. Ask people about digital identity and they might...

Case studies: Going digital

08/11/2018 14.15 - 14.50

50 monthsBreakout2Breakout session

While digital government will take years to affect every department and process, there are plenty of examples of early adoption and promising success—and many hard-won lessons. In this session, we bring together case studies and concrete examples of government innovation, offering a chance to hear first-hand how transformation is changing the face of civics.

Circlesquare

08/11/2018 15.20 - 17.00

CirclesquareCircle StageInteractive session

At FWD50, we know that experimentation is key to growth and innovation. At last year’s conference, attendees told us they wanted a chance to network and discuss hot topics and specific domains. So in partnership with BlackBerry we created an entirely new, participant-driven format called Circlesquare.

We surveyed people to find the critical technologies and departments. And we chose these...

Uruguay's digital identity story

09/11/2018 10.10 - 10.15

KeynoteCircle StageKeynote

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