privacy

25 posts

Kantara Initiative NSTIC Pilots in Motion Day Grows ID Market Harmonization

Five leading NSTIC Pilots came together on January 30th to share their lessons learned, use cases, and innovations under the Kantara Initiative banners of openness, collaboration, and harmonization. The NSTIC Pilots are an exciting evolving space within Identity Management activities today.  While these activities have a US centric focus, due […]

Personal Data Control to Stop the Creepy Factor

Today’s Guest Blog Author is Mark Lizar.  We’re pleased to share Mark’s thoughts with our readers.  Mark founded Identity Trust, a personal identity, social enterprise, as a community interest company. Was an early developer of a Vendor Relationship Management model for identity. Working on the premise, much like P3P, that people would have identity […]

KANTARA INITIATIVE and SAFE-BIOPHARMA support and promote NSTIC principles

Fort Lee, NJ and Piscataway, NJ (JULY 2, 2013) —  Two of the world’s leading identity trust organizations have pledged to adopt the four principles of the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), the White House initiative to improve the privacy, security, and convenience of sensitive online transactions. […]

Input on the privacy and security implications of the Internet of Things

Executive Summary: The comments below have been crafted by a set of Kantara Initiative Trustees, Members and Participants that represent a reasonable cross-section of jurisdictional and industry expertise in response to a call for input by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The comments included were collected and edited transparently […]