Tags: Technology

pii2014: Next-Gen Authentication Technologies

Moderator: Steve Wildstrom, Co-founder and Columnist, Tech.pinions Rajiv Dholakia, Vice President, Products, Nok Nok Labs Stina Ehrensvärd, Founder and CEO, Yubico Steve: new ways of dealing with security and privacy issues. Where can we really make progress? Rajiv: re: breaches, the evidence of need for change is out there. We tend to think in singles, […]

Continue →

pii2014: Privacy on the Road: A Conversation about Connected Cars

Moderator: Rob Pegoraro Catherine McCullough, Executive Director, Intelligent Car Coalition Rob: News story: police noticed a car dealer’s sticker on bad guy’s car. Dealership used GPS. They turned on the GPS and consequently cuffed the bad guy. How many people have GPS in their cars, and how many know it? Catherine: depends on auto financing, […]

Continue →

pii2014: The Quantified Self: Lifelogging and Personal Analytics

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation Angela McIntyre, Research Director, Gartner Ernesto Ramirez, Program Director, Quantified Self Labs Natalie: Life blogging? Ernesto: going from something like FitBit to broader tracking is huge, but most interesting stuff is coming from outside of health space. Meet-up in San Francisco in which a guy […]

Continue →

pii2014: The Information Revolution and the Evolution of Privacy and Identity

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation Chris Babel, CEO, TRUSTe Terence Craig, Co-founder and CEO, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data Fatemeh Khatibloo, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research Anne Toth, VP of Policy and Compliance Strategy, Slack Natalie kicks this panel off the Privacy, Identity and Innovation 2014 conference (#pii2014). What’s […]

Continue →

The Facebook Empire

This article was originally posted at the I Shared What?!? blog on 9 March 2011. Noting Facebook’s continued and expanded efforts to “drive external content in, own that content per its user guidelines, and continue exploiting users’ data,” Geoff Livingston has taken a stand: The Facebook Empire Ends Here. In a move that could be […]

Continue →