[WG-P3] P3-PF Agenda: May 12, 2011
mark at smartspecies.com
Wed May 11 15:40:26 EDT 2011
The Privacy Framework Sub-Committee of the Privacy and Public Policy
working group of the Kantara Initiative will hold its next telecom
this Thursday (Friday in Asia/Pacific)
08:00 PT / 11:00 ET / 16:00 UTC/GMT / 01:00 +1 day Japan / 05:00 + 1
day New Zealand
Skype: +9900827043671716 - Room Code: 3671716
1. Roll Call
2. F2F Meeting
3. Privacy Framework Scope
Below is a summary of PF going forward, scope and F2F topic ideas.
Privacy Framework Going Forward
P3 and Kantara, are clearly at a privacy cross-roads. Kantara is
ideally poised to benefit from bold initiatives to provide internet
scale privacy assurance and to bridge the gap in diverse communities
UMA and the ISWG propose radically different approaches to the current
management of personal and sensitive information. The IAF provides
the pioneering infrastructure for Identity Assurance on the Internet.
A privacy framework that can provide a method of assurance and an
understanding of the privacy benefits of Kantara efforts is clearly
required by ICAM and NSTIC as well as the international policy and
regulatory communities. Furthermore a certification can be developed
to provide an anchor for existing privacy efforts to extend privacy
and trust online. An anchor created by producing a certification that
can be designed to have the full legal weight of the international and
regulatory policy communities behind it.
The TFMM-WG effort provides impetus for this collaboration as to
provide a central picture of effort inside and out of Kantara. P3
Scope is to underline that need and requirement for a privacy approach
and how this approach provides us with a clear opportunity. This is
an opportunity to rally a collaborative Kantara Initiative that can co-
ordinate and educate a better framework of Trust.
Of course there are significant challenges that need to be faced, this
is not the easiest activity to undertake, but as Colin has very aptly
pointed out these are green fields that are now accessible to us as a
community to collaborate in.
In line with these challenges here is an update to the scope already
Privacy Framework Scope
Produce a Privacy Framework (comprised of privacy principles) for
Kantara that provides a Privacy Assurance Framework/Profiles for
integration with IAF and that can be used to assert the privacy
assurance of efforts in the ISWG and UMA.
The PF is exploring the development of privacy profiles that can
anchor credentials and attributes as to integrate technical privacy
rules for the recipient and privacy assurance in the use of the
credential from the provider.
In order to facilitate this Scope and the P3 rallying call to action
at the imminent face to face meeting in Berlin please review this PF
Below is the schedule for the F2F meeting, In which we have a list of
topics and suggestion that we can discuss in the F2F Tuesday meetings.
1. Socialise the PF effort with UMA, ISWG, IAF and others WG's
2. P3 to discuss the privacy aspects from IAF, UMA, ISWG as to provide
a description of the privacy components and to outline initial
understanding of privacy service assessment criteria
3. Discuss a re-write of the IAF into a PAF with the IAWG with a goal
of encorporating the IAF infrastructure as the core foundation for the
development of PAF
4. Extrapolate from these two efforts an outline of a Privacy Profile
Requirements for input into the P3 Privacy Framework Process
5. Submit these assurance requirements in to the analysis of a Privacy
Principles and discovery at P3
6. Develop a draft of a privacy profile from the Privacy Assurance
Framework for the use of Attributes using a use case. (HIPPA was
mentioned again as the first use case) (Note: Interesting observation
that health data across the internet has no privacy or regulatory
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