The newest guidelines for software makers update ways for sharing personal data between individuals and through Internet of Things devices.
Common sense guidelines and standards are needed to help engineers create products that respect privacy and give users the rights to their own data.
Open standards will help organisations comply with new EU data protection regulations, while ensuring interoperability and a good user experience, according to a global standardisation group.
Kantara is collaborating with the Command, Control and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA), a research center at Rutgers University
Most Recent Funding $2.4M Grant on May 11, 2017 Kantara Initiative establishes new status as Autonomous Corporation. Kantara Initiative has changed its entity type by filing Articles.
Kantara issued $2.4M in grants to develop digital ID and privacy solutions using smartphones Kantara Initiative has received multiple research grants of up to $2.4 million, which it will use to develop three innovative digital identity and privacy solutions using smartphones including mobile device attribute verification, mobile authentication and physical […]