[WG-InfoSharing] List of Information Sharing Related Groups and Organisations
mark at smartspecies.com
Tue Jun 15 10:33:25 EDT 2010
Judi Clark and I have been working on delivering the most recent
iteration of the Information Sharing Report, which is now getting very
close to being finished. What we are working on now is polishing it
up, referencing it correctly and developing an Appendix.
In this regard we would like to invite members of the ISWG to
participate in creating a list of existing research efforts and
organisations for the appendix.
The idea is that we can start with the list (posted in this email
thread) and members of this list can add efforts to this thread to
create a living document that will be posted on the ISWG wiki.
Please add to list of organisations, research projects, and existing
efforts that will serve to not only inform the global information
sharing industry but also create a valuable resource going forward for
this working group.
Information Sharing Research Efforts
§ Prime life - http://www.primelife.eu/
PrimeLife - Bringing sustainable privacy and identity management to
future networks and services. A research project funded by the
European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme
§ FIDIS - http://www.fidis.net/
FIDIS (Future of Identity in the Information Society) is a NoE
(Network of Excellence) supported by the European Unionunder the 6th
Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development within
the Information Society Technologies (IST) priority in the Action
Line: "Towards a global dependability and security framework".
§ WC3 - http://www.w3.org/
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community that
develops standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.
§ Europrise - https://www.european-privacy-seal.eu/
the European Privacy Seal for IT Products and IT-Based Services
§ ISOC - http://www.isoc.org/
The Internet Society is an independent international nonprofit
organisation founded in 1992 to provide leadership in Internet related
standards, education, and policy around the world.
§ Article 29 Working Party - http://ec.europa.eu/justice_home/fsj/privacy/workinggroup/index_en.htm
Article 29 WP is a data protection group working under the EU
commission Justice and Home Affairs
§ OECD - http://www.oecd.org/document/35/0,3343,en_2649_34255_44488739_1_1_1_1,00.html
Currently working on the updating the Privacy guidelines from 1980
§ OITF - http://www.openidentityexchange.org - Open Identity Trust
Framework - recently released a document on identity trust framework
for the USA governements open identity intitiative
§ ISTPA - http://www.istpa.org/
International Security Trust and Privacy Alliance
§ EIMN - Does anyone have a link for this ?
§ ASN - Does anyone have a link for this ?
§ Data Portability - http://www.dataportability.org/
Policies and practices for allowing personal data to be portable.
§ EID - STORK - https://www.eid-stork.eu/
STORK is a competitiveness and innovation framework programme, co-
funded by EU. It aims at implementing an EU wide interoperable system
for recognition of eID and authentication that will enable businesses,
citizens and government employees to use their national electronic
identities in any Member State.
§ VOME - http://www.vome.org.uk/
Researchers from the Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal
Holloway, University of London, Salford and Cranfield Universities are
participating in a three year collaborative research project with
consent and privacy specialists at Consult Hyperion and Sunderland
City Council, to explore how people engage with concepts of
information privacy and consent in on-line interactions.
§ EnCoRe - http://www.encore-project.info/
Ensuring Consent and Revocation – is a research project, being
undertaken by UK industry and academia, to give individuals more
control over their personal information.
§ TAS www.tas3.eu
· TAS³ is building an "end2end trust architecture for services related
to personal information. The goal is to 'automate' the data sharing
all while providing user-controlled access to such data.
· This involves regional/sectorial/national trust networks on specific
domains such as employability en e-health.
· Understanding how people develop their perceptions of trust and
mistrust must be the starting point for any rethinking of the question
of privacy. This is the challenge.
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