Creator and Chairman of InterID, Célio Ribeiro is one of the most well-known names in the field of identification.
With more than 30 years of experience in big projects both in the public and private sectors, he occupied strategic positions in important companies such as Thomas de La Rue, American Bank Note, Unicert Brazil, Certisign and GD Burti, a company belonging to the group Giesecke & Devrient.
Lawyer and speaker, Célio Ribeiro has been constantly invited to deliver talks in events in Brazil and abroad.
Founder and Executive President of the Brazilian Association of Technology Companies in Digital Identification (Abrid), full member of the Management Committee of ICP-Brasil and guest member of the Federal Executive Chamber of Citizen Identification (CEFIC), received relevant recognitions such as the Tiradentes Medal , the highest award in the state of Rio de Janeiro, the Medal of Legislative Merit, an award granted by the Chamber of Deputies, the international ID People Awards 2010, in the category “The ID Leadership Award”, the award “Federal Police Deference”, the highest honour awarded to those who collaborate with the Federal Police Department and Brazilian society, and 'O Pacificador' (The Pacifier) medal, awarded by the Army Commander to national and foreign civil and military personalities and authorities who provided relevant services to the Brazilian Army.
Carlos Collodoro is an Electronic Engineer graduated from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (EPUSP), specializing in the design of integrated technological solutions to prevent fraud in the issuance of official identification documents and in the provision of face-to-face or remote private services. He is also a specialist in multibiometric data processing technologies, and has acted as a UN Official Consultant in the area of public security, via UNDP, in Brazil, Bolivia and Bangladesh. He is also an Official Consultant of CONADI – National Council of Officers of Identification Agencies of the 27 units of the Federation.
Cláudio Machado has more than 20 years of activities connected to the citizen's identity ecosystem, including the Civil Registry, Civil Identification, Administrative Registry and Digital Identity. His large and varied work experience includes Information Management for monitoring and evaluating Public Policies, Data Governance, Transparency and Open Government. As an independent consultant, Cláudio Machado has worked in development projects in Brazil, India, Angola and Mozambique. He was a consultant for ARPEN Brasil and ITS Rio and a public manager in the Federal Government in the ministries of Health, Planning, National Integration and Dataprev.