In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two men entered the Gardner Museum. They left 81 minutes later with 13 artworks, including two Rembrandts, a Vermeer, a Degas, and ancient Chinese vase. The heist remains unsolved today, with no leads and no suspects — and the museum is offering a $10 million prize for the safe return of the pieces.
Given that background, you might assume that this was another session about zero trust. It’s not.
Recently, a growing emphasis on data privacy has sought to treat identities and their associated data as valuable works of art as well, worthy of protection and compensation for use. Through the lens of the Gardner Theft, we’ll evaluate the current proposals and concepts around user-owned data and explore the benefits and pitfalls of each.
We'll step through the heist, recreate those 81 minutes, and discover how identity data is the new Vermeer. Note: If we somehow crack the case together, we'll split the $10 million between us all.
Language: English • Duration: 17:33 • Resolution: 1280x720
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