June 04
Andi Hindle | Content Chair, Identiverse

Identiverse Content Countdown Series

Part 2: Privacy

Let’s talk about privacy. Along with security (which we’ll be covering in Part 3 of this content countdown series) it’s one of the industries adjacent to identity that has the most immediate overlap and impact. We’ve featured privacy-focused content at Identiverse for a number of years, and 2019 is no exception.

First up, you’ll definitely want to make time for the presentations we have that are specific to privacy:

The Privacy Track at Identiverse

  • The Legal Rules Governing Identity: Current Law and Coming Legislation | June 25, 16:00 – 16:25 ET | Thomas Smedinghoff, Of Counsel at Locke Lord, LLP
  • Personal Data as the Foundation of Privacy-preserving Digital Identity | June 25, 16:35 – 17:00 ET | Thomas Hardjono, Director MIT Trust: Data Consortium at MIT
  • Zero-knowledge (ZK) proofs – Privacy-preserving authentication | June 25, 17:10 – 17:35 ET | Karla Clarke, Manager at KPMG and Rajan Behal, Managing Director at KPMG
  • The New Privacy Landscape: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Privacy Regulations | June 26, 11:00 – 11:25 ET | Marla Hay, Director, Product Management, Privacy and Data Governance at Salesforce
  • Bring Your Own Identity: A Skeptical Look at Social Login and Single Sign-on | June 26, 11:35 – 12:00 ET | Gerry Gebel, VP Business Development at Axiomatics

For deeper dives into privacy topics, there are also some master classes and panels you’ll want to attend:

  • Entrepreneurs, Data and Privacy: A Race to the Top | June 26, 14:00 – 14:50 ET | Panel moderated by Jeremy Grant, Managing Director of Technology Business Strategy at Venable LLP
  • Understanding the Needs of Marginalized Communities When Building Identity Systems | June 26, 03:00 – 03:50 ET | Shireen Mitchell and Kaliya Young, Co-founders of Human First Tech
  • An Interoperable Personal Data Receipt Ecosystem in Practice | June 28, 08:30 – 09:20 ET | Andrew Hughes, CEO of ITIM Consulting Corp.

Identity touches privacy in a range of other areas as well, so you’ll find other material scattered throughout the agenda that will be relevant. In particular (though in no particular order) look out for:

    • The Most Forgotten Thing in Identity Management | June 26, 16:25 – 16:50 ET | Ian Glazer, VP, Product Management at Salesforce and Founder of IDPro
  • As the World Turns: Real-world Identity Relationships Driving Data Decisioning | June 25, 14:40 – 15:05 ET | Eve Maler, VP Innovation and Emerging Technology and Ashley Stevenson, Senior Applied Innovation Director at Forgerock
  • Master Class on DID Registration and Resolution | June 26, 14:00 – 14:50 ET | Markus Sabadello, Founder and CEO at Danube Tech
  • Identity and Distributed Ledger – Today and Tomorrow | June 26, 15:00 – 15:50 ET | Panel moderated by Paul Madsen, Technical Lead at Hedera Hashgraph
  • Insider Threats: When Privacy, Security and Identity Management Collide | June 26, 11:30 – 12:20 ET | Panel/Workshop led by Heidi Wachs, VP of Stroz Friedberg
  • Adventures in Self-sovereign Identity: From Hyperledger Indy to W3C Verifiable Credentials | June 28, 09:30 – 10:20 ET | Bjorn Hamel, Chief Security Architect at Workday

This is really just a sample, and there’s sure to be plenty more that will interest you! Check out the detailed agenda online to view the full schedule for the week.

And remember that your full conference pass to Identiverse includes access to all our great keynotes, sessions and master classes, which are all thoughtfully curated by a content committee comprised of subject-matter experts from across the industry. Plus, you also get priority access to recordings of all the sessions! And to top it off you can also claim CPE credits for your IAPP CIPM and CIPT, and your (ISC)2 certifications, for attending Identiverse. The process for submitting credits can be found on our FAQ page.  

Check back with us in the next blog of the series as we highlight the security track at Identiverse. And if you haven’t yet, register today to join us June 25 – 28 in Washington, D.C!

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