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28 January 2014
12:00pm Pacific US
As the world celebrates Data Privacy Day, the IEEE is hosting a “Privacy for the People” Google Hangout On Air to explore and discuss collaboration in harnessing global creativity and expertise for privacy innovation and technology solutions and to help advance cybersecurity.
Join our renowned panelists in a live discussion to explore what the next era of privacy might look like in a world of increasingly smart devices and ever-more expansive forms of data collection and how bottom up, open collaboration can be used to harness global creativity and expertise for privacy innovation, best practices and solutions.
Led by the National Cyber Security Alliance, a nonprofit, public-private partnership dedicated cybersecurity education and awareness, Data Privacy Day is an effort to empower and educate people to protect their privacy, manage their digital footprint and make the protection of privacy and data a priority in their lives. Data Privacy Day began in the United States and Canada in January 2008 as an extension of the Data Protection Day celebration in Europe. Data Protection Day commemorates the 28 January 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. Data Privacy Day is now a celebration for everyone, observed annually on January 28.
Dr. Ann Cavoukian is recognized as one of the top privacy experts in the world. An avowed believer in the role that technology can play in protecting privacy, Ann’s leadership has seen her office develop a number of tools and procedures to ensure privacy is protected in Ontario – and around the globe. Ann is Ontario’s first Information and Privacy Commissioner to be reappointed for a second term. Initially appointed in 1997, her role in overseeing the operations of the freedom of information and privacy laws in Canada’s most populous province was extended to 2009. Like the provincial auditor, she serves as an officer of the legislature, independent of the government of the day. Businesses across North America and Europe regularly seek Ann’s advice and guidance on privacy and data protection issues. She has been involved in a number of international committees focused on privacy, technology and business. Her groundbreaking 1995 paper on advancing privacy protection through the pursuit of privacy-enhancing technologies or PETs is now part of the industry lexicon.
Ian Glazer is a Research Vice President and the Agenda Manager on the GTP Identity and Privacy Strategies team. He leads IdPS’ coverage for authorization and privacy. Topics within these two main areas include externalized authorization management, XACML, federated authorization, privacy by design, and privacy programs. Other topics he covers include user provisioning, identity and access governance, access certification, role management, identity data quality, and national identity programs. Ian is also a member of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) Identity Ecosystem Steering Group’s Management Council. As an At-Large delegate to the Management Council, he ensures that all voices are heard among the wide range of industries, technologies, and advocates for whom identity, privacy, and NSTIC are crucial.
Eve Maler is a principal analyst serving Security and Risk Professionals. She is an expert on emerging identity and security solutions, identity federation, consumer-facing identity and web access management, distributed authorization, privacy enhancement, and API security. Prior to joining Forrester, Eve was an identity solutions architect with PayPal, developing business and technical strategies for new consumer identity services offerings. Previously, Eve managed Sun Microsystems’ technical collaborations with Microsoft on web services and federated identity interoperability, and she made major leadership, technical, and education contributions to the development of the SAML standard for federated identity.
Colin Wallis holds leadership positions across the consortium space in Information Security and Trusted Identity – particularly where policy, strategy and technology plays into cloud, big data, government transformation and in the broader macro-economic challenges facing the internet. In OASIS, he sits on the identity-related Technical Committees of Security Services (SAML), Customer Information (CIQ), Identity in the Cloud, Trust Elevation, Privacy by Design for Software Engineers & Transformational Government. In the Kantara Initiative, Colin Vice-Chairs the eGov work group and serves on the Leadership Council and Board of Trustees. In the US NSTIC IDESG he Vice Chairs the International Co-ordination Committee. In ISO JTC1 SC27, Colin is an acknowledged subject matter expert on identity and privacy in Working Group 5.
In NZ, he is a founding member of the Cloud Security Alliance’s (CSA) NZ Chapter, on the Industry Advisory Board of University of Waikato Cyber Security Lab and acted as ‘Government observer’ on the Steering Committee for the private sector led http://www.nzcloudcode.org.nz/. Colin has been involved in the New Zealand Government’s online IAM Programme since 2004, for which it won awards in 2007 and 2011. As a dual NZ/UK passport holder, Colin has extensive UK experience, where he worked on the UK eGIF and private sector eBusiness initiatives. Conversant with European and North American initiatives in identity, Colin regularly connects people, projects and motivations across the identity landscape globally.
Moderated by Joni Brennan Joni has over a decade of service to the IEEE Standards Association (SA) and Industry Standards and Technology Organization (IEEE-ISTO) as a Senior Program Manager. Joni builds diplomatic and collaborative relationships within and across communities of interest. She has provided talks on Identity Federation and Privacy across the globe, including for .SE, Federal Weekly, and CA Luminaries (one of a select chosen industry speakers). She participates in international organizations and industry standards committees including: OECD ITAC, ISOC, IEEE, OASIS SSTC, ISO SC27 WG5, and ITU-T SG17 Q6. She has served as the NSTIC / IDESG Trust Framework WG Chair. She has provided testimony regarding Trusted Identity and Access Management systems for the US Office of National Coordinator (ONC) Health IT Security and Privacy (HITSP) committee as well.
She leads Kantara Initiative as the premiere Trust Framework Provider facing multiple industry sectors. As a US ICAM Trust Framework Provider Kantara Initiative will provide Accreditation and Approval verifications for Identity Providers / Credential Service Providers to be deemed qualified for access to connect to the US Federal Cloud Credential Exchange. In addition, working with multi-stakeholder representation, Joni has help to ensure that the Kantara Initiative program is aligned with OpenStand principles and referenced in multiple eGovernment strategies including: Government of Canada, New Zealand, and Sweden.