Life Management, Personal Cloud, VRM

  •  TYPE: Track   DATES: May 15 - May 16, 2013
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Life Management Platforms, somtimes (misleadingly) called "Personal Data (Storage)", or "Personal Clouds" or "VRM" if focused on customer/vendor relationships, will turn the way we use the Internet upside down and make privacy and reliably secure exchange of information a fundamental layer of any networked interaction. Business models based on the exploration of personal data and on user tracking will fail. Join us at EIC 2013 to discuss the business models of the privacy centered post-facebook era.

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Privacy by Design Roundtable

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Privacy-by-Design in the Era of Big Data

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Time: 10:30-12:30 Location: WALCHENSEE

Privacy-by-Design in the Era of Big Data
In the era of the cloud-social-mobile troika, information has become an even more valuable resource and Big Data as the troika´s killer- app is trying to make the value of this resource fluid enough for your business. But - the higher the value of such data - the more it contains personal information - and the more you´ll get involved with privacy and data protection issues. The risk of losing your customer´s trust is a critical one which can have a huge impact on...

Weaving Privacy into the Internet of Me and My Things
In the everyday physical world, we have lots of privacy technologies. For example, our clothing. Also our walls, doors, locks and latches. And every day we can decide for ourselves what we wear -conspicuous or inconspicuous- or whether and for whom we want to open the door, or close the curtains or not. In other words, privacy is a setting! We also have conventions that respect the privacy of other people, their possessions, and their personal spaces. We have not yet developed equivalent...

Life Management Initiative

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Life Management Platforms - Where Convenience and Business meet Privacy and Accountability

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Time: 14:00-16:00 Location: WALCHENSEE

Life Management Platforms - Where Convenience and Business meet Privacy and Accountability

The Wallet and Life Management

Qiy Independent Trust Framework

Best Practice: Improving Local Transport Service Quality and Experience through better Privacy
In the five past years the market of mobile applications has known a great expansion. In a near future, contactless technology will be embedded in all mobile phones. Arising services combine the power of online applications - already available on smartphones - with the physical interaction that the contactless technology enables. These services will cover a wide range of usage: electronic ticketing, public transport, payment. Privacy is going to be a key issue in this context. How to enable...

Life Management Initiative Roadmap Discussion

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Time: 17:00-18:00 Location: WALCHENSEE

Life Management Initiative Roadmap Discussion

Identity and the API Economy

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The API Economy—Understanding the API Ecosystem

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013 Time: 10:30-11:30 Location: AMMERSEE 1

The API Economy—Understanding the API Ecosystem
In theis session, the API Ecosystem is explained, different vendors and customers providing for the ecosystem and using the ecosystem participate in explaining their views.

Identity Minting Architecture for the API Economy
What does it take to make an API economy real? Well the first thing you need is to set up a mint. Using OAuth and OpenID Connect together, the API economy can serve both web and mobile masters, providing the right level of identity validation for varied API uses, with a minimal level of training and understanding needed for either API resource server operators or client developers. Pamela Dingle will run through a working system, talking not just about the standards but about the rest of the...

Using and Abusing APIs: an Examination of the API Attack Surface

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013 Time: 11:30-12:30 Location: AMMERSEE 1

Using and Abusing APIs: an Examination of the API Attack Surface
The good news is that we now have powerful standards and frameworks that promise to protect valuable resources and identities in the API space. But, what implementation details need to be considered and what damage can be done if we aren’t careful? In this session we will consider known attack vectors, speculate on future risks and investigate the challenges that security architects face in our API driven world.

Life Management Platforms, Personal Data, Customer Managed Relationships

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Life Management Platforms, Personal Data, Private Cloud - Standards and Initiatives

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013 Time: 14:00-15:00 Location: ALPSEE

Life Management Platforms, Personal Data, Private Cloud - Standards and Initiatives

Roadmap to Life Management Platforms
Use Cases & Approaches Benefits for users and service providers Security Analysis & Privacy Impact Solutions and R&D Roadmap Recommendations

Secure Communication Ecosystem as Part of the Life Management Infrastructure

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013 Time: 15:00-16:00 Location: ALPSEE

Secure Communication Ecosystem as Part of the Life Management Infrastructure
In this session, we will try to complement the goals of the Life Management concept with some thoughts on the structure of the corresponding communication ecosystem. The concept of "Life Management" was introduced by Martin Kuppinger defines the set of long-term goals for the current and ongoing development of numerous identification, authentication, and personal information protection systems. This concept places many new features, facilities, and situations under consideration. The...

From Risk to Value: The Future of Social Media and their Role as Catalysts in Enterprise IAM
When looking at the challenges the IT departments of organizations are faced with today, then the Computing Troika (Cloud Computing, Mobile Computing, Social Computing) and the related “Identity Explosion”, the need to deal with far more identities than ever before, are high on that list. Dealing with identities and their access is becoming increasingly complex in modern environments. On the other hand, Information Security is a major concern not only of IT but the Business, up...

Architecture and functionality of the "EIC App"

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013 Time: 16:30-17:30 Location: ALPSEE

Architecture and functionality of the "EIC App"
In this session, two different Life Management prototypes will be shown. The first one is the combination of a personal data store (based on Windows Azure Graph Storage WAGS), some event-driven logic (Kynetx KRL) and a mobile device and be transformed into a system that is a harbinger of a Life Management Platform. We show the architecture and functionality of the EIC App. Key concepts of this prototype are that the WAGS and KRL components could be any vendors store of logic.

Qiy Foundation´s Infrastructure
The second one is based on the Dutch Qiy Foundation´s infrastructure. These are just examples. KuppingerCole advocates freedom of choice to the customer and does not promote vendor lock-in.

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