NSTIC

NSTIC is the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace, "a White House initiative to work collaboratively with the private sector, advocacy groups, public sector agencies, and other organizations to improve the privacy, security, and convenience of sensitive online transactions." The government wants a way for people to be able to sign in to government sites without using government-issued identities.

Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked World was released by the white house. The Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights provides a baseline of clear protections for consumers and greater certainty for businesses. The rights are: Individual Control:  Consumers have a right to exercise control over what personal data organizations collect from them and how they […]

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Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked World was released by the white house. The Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights provides a baseline of clear protections for consumers and greater certainty for businesses. The rights are: Individual Control:  Consumers have a right to exercise control over what personal data organizations collect from them and how they […]

http://pde.cc/7410/

PDEC presents at NSTIC Privacy Workshop

Kaliya Hamlin, Executive Director of PDEC presented at the two day NSTIC (National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) Privacy Workshop June 27-28th in Boston at MIT’s Media Lab.  Agenda Here. A focus of her talk was be the PDEC Startup Circle and market based solutions for individual privacy. Personal Data Ecosystem – NSTIC Privacy […]

NSTIC Privacy Workshop

June 27, 2011 – Boston Kaliya Hamlin was invited by NIST to present at the NSTIC Privacy Workshop (PDF) on a panel Privacy-Enhancing Technologies, Usability and the End User Experience. The Moderator was Dazza Greenwood, eCitizen Foundation and panelists included: Jeffrey Friedberg, Chief Trust Architect, Microsoft, Ken Mortenson, Chief Privacy Officer, CVS Caremark, John Clippinger, The Law Lab […]