Tue29Nov2016Thu01Dec2016Las Vegas, NV
At Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit 2016 you’ll learn how to position IAM as a key partner in business innovation, and carve out the time and resources for IAM projects to make the value come alive. Hear the latest tactics and best practices across IAM fundamentals, and take a look ahead at analytics-driven automation and advances in consumer engagement platforms, so you can craft and implement an IAM vision and strategy for the digital age.
Kantara Initiative’s Executive Director, Colin Wallis, will be presenting at the UK’s leading event for the discussion and deployment of risk-driven business-centric Identity and Access-Management across government and large enterprise organizations. Join hundreds of thought-leaders and innovators at Whitehall Media’s 14th bi-annual Identity Management Conference. Identify new frontiers and opportunities, discuss ways to transform IAM into an actionable critical business resource and review the latest trends and technologies shaping the IAM sector to help you stay ahead of the curve.
Tue08Nov201609.30-17.30E-SHELTER, Vienna, Austria, Computerstraße 4
Unser Leben wird laufend stärker digitalisiert. Immer öfters hinterlassen wir eine Datenspur. Immer öfters sind wir aber auch auf die Verwendung von elektronischen Daten angewiesen. Mobility, Security und eIdentity sind hier Schlüsselaspekte, um unser persönliches eLife möglichst sicher zu gestalten. In einem interaktiven Format wollen wir in diesem Zusammenhang mit Ihnen Risiken, Herausforderung und mögliche Lösungen beleuchten.
Tue25Oct2016Thu27Oct2016Mountain View, CA
The Internet Identity Workshop has been finding, probing and solving identity issues twice every year since 2005. We meet in the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Every IIW moves topics, code and projects downfield. Name an identity topic and it's likely that more substantial discussion and work has been done at IIW than any other conference!
This event is being organised by the Personal Data & Trust Network’s ‘consent’ working group, Co-Chaired by Mark Lizar & Richard Beaumont. The group’s focus is on innovating and engineering consent at scale for personal data sharing.
This event will present emerging consent tech, and the Consent Tech summer projects inspired by the Real Consent workshop series.
Digital Catapult’s concierge system upgrade, including the first ever digital consent receipt issued for physical spaces, provided to new visitors upon signing in
Advancing human centric personal data.
The conference brings together engineers, business representatives, researchers, government officials, and civil society activists to discuss the future of personal data management.
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Business 3 day ticket
Price 370€ (normal 500€)
NGO 3 day ticket
Price 220€ (normal 300€)
'The great white north' is the birthplace of many of the best minds in the Digital Identity space.
And many of those are Kantara members and participants!
Identity Assurance WG's Ken Dagg will be Kantara's official representative, but Colin Wallis ED, supported by Andrew Hughes, former ED Joni Brennan and others who will take their place at the podium or on discussion panels.
Several of our member organizations and a liaison will be presenting too - SecureKey, 2 Keys, DIACC and others.
Watch out for another special, game-changing announcement from Kantara at this event!
Mon06Jun2016Fri10Jun2016New OrleansJoin us at Kantara's pre-conference workshop, Monday June 6th, 9am - 12noon.Kantara will have its best and brightest on the podium and in panels for you to quizz and question.Kantara workshops are designed to be interactive and flexible, with a mix of presentations, panels, and 'cameo' appearances from keynote speakers in the main event giving you a sneak preview of their topic.Special treats await Kantara members and participants who attend this pre-conference workshop.Each morning at the conference breakfasts, please join us at the unofficial "Kantara table" - we'll have a small sign - we look forward to meeting up with you!Don't delay. Put it in your diary or calendar now!
Tue10May201609:00 - 13:00Munich, Germany
Join us in Munich, Germany as Kantara links connected Life to Industry 4.0! This years conference themes are directed towards IoT. And Kantara's Identity of Things Discussion Group Chair Ingo Friese has a great story to tell around architecting for IoT. But that's not all! You'll hear about Kantara's coolest new work group, OTTO (Open Trust Taxonomy for OAuth2.0) and Europe's new tool for the GDPR - the Consent Receipt from Kantara's Consent and Information Sharing work group. You'll even get the inside track on Kantara members' keynotes later in the week! Talking of Keynote Speakers we are delighted to announce Andrea Servida, Head of Taskforce 'Legislation Team' will offer closing comments for the day.
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Thu07Apr201610:00am PDT / 17:00 UTC (GMT)Presentation: Assurance profiles within the AARC ProjectDate: Thursday, April 7, 2016Time: 10:00am PDT / 17:00 UTC (GMT)Speaker: Hannah Short, CERN IT Fellow
Hannah will focus on the various assurance related activities within the Authentication and Authorisation for Research and Collaboration (AARC), LoA profiles and the Security Incident Response Trust Framework for Federated Identity (SIRTFI), and give a brief overview of the AARC project.
The AARC project brings together 20 different partners from among National Research and Education Networks (NRENs) organisations, e-Infrastructures service providers and libraries. AARC aims to develop and pilot an integrated cross-discipline authentication and authorisation framework, built on existing AAIs and on production federated infrastructures. More information: https://aarc-project.eu
SIRTFI is a group supported by REFEDS, looking at processes for expressing security incident handling requirements as an assurance profile for federations and other requirements needed to effectively deploy and enhance incident response processes for FIM. More information: https://refeds.org/wp-content/
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Wed02Mar20167:30 amRooms Toscana 3704, 3710 in the Convention Center
The ongoing discussion concerning a national patient identifier (NPI) has recently taken a new turn. The critical role of an NPI in promoting interoperability is now commonly acknowledged. There are discussions about how to re-engage the federal discussion on this topic.
The existence of an NPI would have dramatic impacts on related issues such as the quality of medical care, medical privacy, patient empowerment and the ability to create a longitudinal medical record.
Our panelists are:
- Russ Branzell, CEO and President, CHIME
- Barry Hieb, M.D. Chief Scientist, GPII
- Thomas Sullivan, M.D., Chief Strategic Officer, Dr. First & Chair, Healthcare Industry Committee, Identity Ecosystem
Join us at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 in rooms Toscana 3704, 3710 in the Convention Center for a panel discussion exploring many of the issues surrounding the creation of an NPI.”
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This breakfast event is co-sponsored by Kantara Initiative and MedAllies.
Presentations made available following past events can be found here.