This page sets out:
The three sets of items are complementary, not exclusive.
POLL "Candidate Work Items"
White papers and framework documents such as:
- Privacy Guidance Document to bridge the gap between CPO, technical and policymaker communities, their perspectives and language (suggestion from Iain, this should include CMO and digital lead - they are at the sharp end on issues like behavioural tracking)
- Privacy Management Framework
- Privacy Assurance Module to complement Identity Assurance Framework
Stakeholder/outreach activities such as:
- Regular advisory event to solicit strategic guidance
- face-to-face Work Group meetings
- CPO and policymaker workshops
(subject to budget)
Privacy Asurance Framework to accompany Identity Assurance Framework during certification audits (likely to be need flexibliity to address requirements of different jurisdictions)
Support for ISO SC27 activities
Enhancing Certificate Semantics (DIFI)
Identifiers in Public-Sector e-Procurement (DIFI)
Acting as counter-point and reviewer of individual-driven information sharing agreements (as will be developed by the Information Sharing Work Group), with a view to ultimately having inter-operable, machine readable, icon-enabled privacy and individual-driven information sharing policies.
1. Eve: As illuminated by the GSA/ICAM Identity
Trust Framework, perhaps the P3WG could explore
Agreements", perhaps coordinating with IAWG.
2. Joe: Following the work of Jeff Jonas about the
privacy concerns related to "Space Time Travel" 2,
perhaps the P3WG could consider authoring a white
paper addressing related privacy issues.
3. Brett: How to manage liaisons with other external
bodies with respect to privacy standards (eg. privacy
maturity capability model at ISO/IEC 29190) 3
4. Colin: Perhaps the P3WG could provide a proactive
scan across KI WGs to look for various privacy issues
and raise flags.
5. Bob: Perhaps the P3WG could explore producing a
white paper on what kind of assurance levels could
be assigned to various government operations
(presumably focused on the U.S. government).
6. Brett: A useful tool would be a published and
maintained list of key international public policy
debates on Identity (i.e. who is doing what work
FTC December 09 privacy workshop response
"Madrid Declaration" position statement
EU consultation response
Scottish Parliament privacy consultation response