Kantara Initiative Presents, Extending the Power of Consent with User-Managed Access and OpenUMA
Existing notice-and-consent paradigms of privacy have begun to fail dramatically — and as recent Pew surveys have demonstrated, people have begun to (ahem) notice. The discipline of privacy engineering aspires to “craft”, but finds it hard to break out the “compliance” rut. The User-Managed Access (UMA) standard and the OpenUMA open-source project are stepping into the breach with two essential elements that change the game: asynchronous consent and centralized consent management.
Join leaders to discuss your opportunities and challenges discussing User-Management Access for Health and Identify.
Who should attend:
Innovators, Enterprise, Public Sector, Executives, Engineers, Privacy Officers, Futurists
April 15, 2015 at 7:00-8:30am
McCormick Place, Room W21B
|7:10-7:15AM||Welcome||Pete Palmer, MedAllies|
|7:15-7:25AM||ID Assurance Opportunities in Health||Peter Palmer, MedAllies|
|7:25-7:55AM||Health Care Use Cases for UMA||Eve Maler, ForgeRock|
|7:55-8:10AM||Live OpenUMA Demo||Eve Maler, ForgeRock|
This Kantara Event is sponsored by:
ForgeRock®, one of the fastest growing identity vendors in the world, provides the leading open identity platform for ensuring your customers are at the center of everything digital — whether it be through a laptop, mobile phone, tablet, connected car, healthcare wearable, connected home device or the next great connected innovation. The ForgeRock Identity Platform powers solutions for many of the world’s largest companies and government organizations. Founded in 2010, ForgeRock’s leadership team brings decades of experience in the software industry and includes open source icons and innovators, with investors from some of the leading global venture capital firms including Accel Partners, Foundation Capital and Meritech Capital. For more information and free downloads, visit http://www.forgerock.com or follow ForgeRock on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/forgerock.
MedAllies was founded in 2001 with the goal of bridging the connectivity gap between physicians and healthcare organizations (i.e. hospitals and laboratories) via the Internet, providing access to administrative, demographic, and clinical information. MedAllies has evolved into a company that leverages Electronic Health Record implementations to facilitate physician office redesign to improve office practice efficiencies and disease management. Our ultimate goal is to bring enjoyment back to providers practicing medicine and to improve the health of all citizens in our community. To learn more about MedAllies, please visit http://www.medallies.com/main.html