OASIS: Identity, Privacy, and Data Protection in the Cloud – What is Being Done? Is it Enough?
- TYPE: Workshop DATE: April 17, 2012 TIME: 09:00-13:00
Join a host of industry experts for this pre-conference roundtable, to hear the latest on what is being done to protect identity and ensure privacy within the cloud. This three-part interactive roundtable will open-up the dialogue on this topic, so come prepared to share information, insights and ideas.
Part one of the roundtable will focus on the latest developments in the standards community, addressing important key identity, data protection and privacy issues in the Cloud.
Part two will take a deeper dive into the obstacles, barriers, and successes identified in the many OASIS IDCloud case studies submissions. A representative from the OASIS IDCloud TC will lead the discussion, and provide a report on the outcome of committee’s evaluation process and future direction.
The final part of the roundtable will be an overview of the draft Privacy Management Reference (PMRM) by members of OASIS PMRM technical committee and a case study workshop which will interactively develop one or more use cases following the PMRM methodology. With so much attention given the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation and EC consultations on cloud computing and the Internet of Things, this special hands-on roundtable will offer policymakers, business managers, practitioners and technologists a provocative and stimulating look at an extraordinary set of issues and practical work underway to help make them manageable.
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Continuing Education Credits
After attending this workshop you will be able:
- To list the important key identity, data protection and privacy issues in the Cloud.
- To recognize and explain the obstacles, barriers, and successes identified in the many OASIS IDCloud case studies submissions.
- To explain the outcome of OASIS IDCloud committee’s evaluation process and future direction.
- To find the draft OASIS Privacy Management Reference (PMRM) and explain how it was used in selected case studies.
This Workshop qualifies for 4 Group Learning based CPEs
Learning level: Overview
Preparation Required: None
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