The Digital Banking Club’s first Live Debate of 2017 was held on Thursday 6th April at the Law Society, London.
This Live Debate followed a traditional format with each of our panellists being either for or against the motion. Both sides made their case, then our delegates got to vote for the side that they felt had put forward the most convincing argument.
The motion for this debate was: Biometric Banking: “This house believes the password will never be replaced by your body.”
Our Panel for this Debate:
The debate was Chaired by Douglas Blakey, Group Editor, Consumer Finance, and Chair of The Digital Banking Club. Joining Douglas were:
For the Motion
- Enza Iannopollo, Security and Risk Analyst, Forrester
- Ian Bradbury, CTO Financial Services, Fujitsu
- Simon Cadbury, Director of Strategy and Innovation, Intelligent Environments
Against the Motion
- Chris Gledhill, CEO and Co-Founder, Secco
- Daryl Wilkinson, Managing Director, DWC
- Paul Trueman, SVP, Global Enterprise Risk and Security, Mastercard
The Law Society, London WC2A 1PL