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Identity fraud has become a national security threat, resulting in more than $635.4 billion in losses and impacting more than 400 million victims every year.

These challenges will only mount as consumers bring the most essential elements of their lives online, from banking to healthcare to public services.

It’s time to treat digital identity as national critical infrastructure. By building a secure framework, we can reduce victim fallout — and unlock growth in online business and consumer services.

The Identivation Summit brings together leaders from banking and the public sector who run our most critical financial infrastructure and consumer services to unmask the challenges facing identity and collaborate and unearth long-term solutions.

Together, we can create the foundation of change.

Join us for three days of:

Industry deep dives

Identity deep dives

In the era of Generative AI, identity threats only become more complex. Learn about changing attack vectors and solutions.

Insights from change makers

Insights from change makers

From lawmakers and regulators to state CIOs and C-Suite bankers, hear from your peers on the state of digital identity and the future of shared solutions.

Opportunities to collaborate

Opportunities to collaborate and network

Connect with industry and government leaders in a collaborative, immersive Nashville setting.

Mark your calendar to be part of history as we
pave the way for a more secure digital future.



What to Expect

Gain the latest insights

Hear from leaders in finance and government as they discuss strategies and technologies to protect digital identities and prevent identity theft.
Get the latest insights

Build your network

Connect with your peers, industry pioneers, and government officials who are at the forefront of identity protection to solve challenges together.
Build your network

Experience Nashville

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Nashville with networking events and the opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals.
Experience Nashville

DISCLAIMER: The ITRC is a 501(c)3 non-profit that does not endorse any particular company, product or service.