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ID360 - The Global Forum on Identity
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 1:00 PM (CDT)
ID360 is a community of participants interested in fostering research, development and implementation of innovative solutions needed to meet current and future challenges to identity fraud, theft, misuse and detection. Participants are encouraged to focus on understanding, describing, and securing the Identity Ecosystem, including trusted identities for individuals, organizations, and devices.
This 2nd annual ID360 invites experts and stakeholders from the Private Sector, Government and Education to engage in a comprehensive 360-degree study of identity along the five critical dimensions of Identity: Law, Business, Policy, Technology, and Society. ID360 is an invaluable forum to share, learn and exchange ideas, experiences, and innovations for enriched training, products and collaborations.
ID360 2013 will explore the five dimensions of identity in the context of contemporary settings describing how identity assets of people, business and devices are used and held.
- Identity is both SOCIAL and PRIVATE– People and Businesses are social participating in multiple and complex relationships and transactions. Invariably, identity assets are exchanged and used for social benefit and profit. As mobile devices become a preferred social platform, our devices, networks and even physical location become identity attributes to be shared. So, our information, behavior and devices offer an interesting juxtaposition to traditional notion of privacy. What is now private? To what extent are identifying data, behaviors, relationships, devices and networks promoting, impacting or violating privacy?
- Identity is both PERSONAL and PUBLIC – From the perspective of the individual person, business or device, identity is defined by one or more attributes. With the goal of uniquely authenticating a person, business or device, identity is personal. However, identity data is stored in large remote commercial and government databases (at least remote to the owner). Additionally, identity data may not be prescribed by pre-assigned attributes but “discovered” from these remote, aggregated data sets that are large, complex, insightful, trending, full of patterns, valuable…. but rarely personal.
This year's event will be held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, Texas on The University of Texas campus.
For more information on the Center for Identity, please visit identity.utexas.edu.