Identity, Privacy and Trust:

March, 2010

March 31, 2010  3:36 PM

Deloitte Ride Across Britain 2010

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Please excuse the off-topic posting, but it's time for the annual charity event. Those of you whom I've pestered for sponsorship before will know that for the past three years I've cycled from my home to London and then on to Paris (400 miles)...

March 31, 2010  2:43 PM

Privacy, Data Protection and Security – Post UK Election

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Data protection, identity, politics, privacy

As the country goes to the polls, the three main parties have committed to specific policies on Privacy, Data Protection and Security. In particular, the Conservatives have promised radical reform in these areas. What changes are we likely to see once the new government is elected?


March 30, 2010  9:11 AM

Information – Assurance or Atrophy?

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politics, privacy, Security

Continued »

March 23, 2010  5:53 PM

Google hiring bond traders

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Google is reported to be recruiting bond traders. So what? They're a big company, they doubtless have a corporate treasury function (although being Google they've...

March 22, 2010  8:15 AM

Shome mishtake shurely?

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Biometrics, identity, identity cards, politics, privacy

A very unpleasant little amendment to the Licensing Act (2003) is in front of Ministers for approval as a Statutory Instrument (SI). If you're not familiar with the process, a SI is a delegated legislation made under...

March 18, 2010  9:25 AM

The Annuality Agenda

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politics, Projects

The financial year end is nearly upon us. In a couple of weeks' time, government departments are expected to draw a line under many of their existing procurement contracts and move to a new budget year. As always, there's a flurry of small, last-minute procurements as they spot a few thousand...

March 2, 2010  2:42 PM

Why seals don’t always perform

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Conferences, Data protection, legislation, privacy, regulation

The US Federal Trade Commission has just found so-called privacy and security certification service ControlScan guilty of failing to monitor the practices of its certified sites. In...

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March 1, 2010  8:39 AM

RSA Conference Europe opens call for speakers

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Conferences, identity, privacy, Security

The RSA Conference Europe is now accepting calls for papers for the conference on 12-14 October in London....

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