TRUSTECH 2017 – Pay, Identify, Connect & Secure – Special discount

TRUSTECH 2017, from November 28 to 30, brings together all pertinent industries: Banking & Financial Services, Entreprise Security and IoT, Tech and Mobile, as well as government representatives from all continents. It gathers attendees from 130+ countries and represents a unique opportunity for business and networking.

If you have not yet booked TRUSTECH, do so now with this code for a special discount –  TTPAR17

The 3-day event will allow our attendees and exhibitors to spot, develop and reinforce their businesses, and enhance their network. Furthermore, they will learn, benchmark and discover the latest innovations and trends in their respective branches. They will enjoy 3 days of busy networking in a convivial environment and listen to some inspiring keynotes.

When leaving TRUSTECH, our attendees will feel they have a better grasp of the industry and its latest trends. They will leave with new ideas and partnerships for their companies, new friends and contacts in the Payment / Identification Ecosystem and a concrete vision of all the products / innovations presented in 2016.

In a nutshell, T it’s 3 days of unrivalled networking opportunities, more than 40 innovative start-ups pitching on the Main Stage, 250 international speakers, 350 exhibitors and sponsors, 13,000 attendees.

Moreover, TRUSTECH 2017, in partnership with the “Business Beyond Borders” (initiative launched by the European Commission to help enterprises develop their business internationally) organizes free of charge business meetings for all its attendees (exhibitors, sponsors, visitors and delegates).

Payments, Identification & security will be under the spotlights again in 2017 with amazing keynotes and cutting edge conference sessions:


  • Pierre Fersztand, Global Head of Cash Management at BNP Paribas
  • Régis Folbaum, Head of Payments – La Banque Postale
  • Nathalie Oestmann, Director, Head of Samsung Pay Europe
  • Damien Perillat, General Manager Paypal Southern Europe
  • Eric Tak – Global Head ING Payments Centre

  • Mr Schou, CTO of Copenhagen Fintech Lab

  • Didier Sérodon, Chairman of Eurosmart

  • Chris Valasek, Security Leads, UBER

Conference Tracks:


This has now led to a true battle of titans between the web giants (Amazon, Alibaba, Google, Facebook,…), the international card schemes (Visa Checkout, MasterPass), the big retailers (Walmart Pay, Starbucks, Flash’NPay…), the banks (Chase Pay, Paylib …), the smartphone manufacturers (Apple, Samsung, …), the telecom operators (Vodafone, Orange, Telefonica, MTN …) and a myriad of start-up. Who will win the battle?


This conference track will offer a synthetic view on various authentication domains for biometrics: mobile and cloud access, identity management chains, biometric deployment for trust environments. Smart border mechanism, critical infrastructures protections, legal and forensic investigations are also in the scope.


This track will update you on privacy and general data protection regulation in Europe (GDPR) and beyond and evolving market techniques. In the scope is also data driven innovation. It is progressing at international scale and supported by a wide range of methodologies and technologies. Attending this track, you may find out how crypto-techniques are applied in data management with anonymization, hash-structured or attribute exchanges mechanisms;


Gartner is predicting 20.8 billion connected things by 2020. Some industry reports predict up to 50 billion connected devices by 2020. Payment capabilities being added to connected objects, this is the advent of connected commerce powered by IoT. What is the current status of IoT and payments? How can payments develop further the IoT ecosystem?


After healthcare, energy, utilities, smart cities or agriculture, IoT is growing in automotive, retail, banking, consumer services and home automation and will not stop there. Connected cars are the buzz of this year. In this context, securing the IoT is becoming a key challenge for many businesses and administrations.


PayTech are the pioneer when it comes to Fintech disruption and remain, over the years, the most developed Fintech sector. Every day, we see a new startup or an established corporate launch a new offer. In this track, both the disrupting newcomers and incumbents will share their vision of the future.


This session will look into lessons learnt from «digital by default» in administration policies, implementation of international identity schemes, progression with effective trust services, private-public interoperability, services personalization with citizen cards and mobile identity, and e-gov practices from social inclusion or shared economy transparency to improved control in migration flow management.


With innovation and new technologies in the world of payment and Fintech, it is harder and harder to keep track of real changes vs buzz. This track will try to bring clarity and separate myths from reality with topics ranging from distributed ledger, Blockchain, Open API, Open ID, Real-Time P2P. By exploring individual initiatives to group efforts (consortia) and regulatory oversight, getting concrete answers will be the goal to understand the future.


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all the buzz this year. More recently, some Fintech (e.g. Wealthfront, Venmo) have been adding AI capabilities to enhance their services.


Retail business is facing multiple upheavals: e- and m-commerce, social networks, private sales, market places, sharing economy, CtoC, digitalization of outlets, cross-channel, self-check-out, mobile POS …


This track will address cyber risks evolution, intrusion detection and threat prevention, information security management, detection capabilities inside and outside the organization, identification and authentication strengthening practices, cyber audit practices, and fraud and crisis management


The succession of European directives, the decisions by competition authorities and central governments are making the payments landscape more homogeneous and more competitive.
This track will dive into the latest regulatory enhancements and will help you gain a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities they represent.


Many banks have chosen to partner with Neo-Banks, using their services to enhance their offer. Recently, we have seen some first acquisitions of Neo-Banks by traditional large banks (e.g. BPCE & Fidor Bank). But the disruption is not coming just from Fintech but from web giants and telecom operators (e.g. Orange Bank) too. Who will win the battle? does not sell products or services.  Please visit the POS Retail software , POS Hardware, Credit Card Processing and POS Hospitality pages (see left side menu above) to find great POS products. Please let vendors know you’ve seen their products here. Thank you. For sponsorship information see the link below on the Footer menu.

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