Industry Leaders Gather to Discuss Role of Privacy, Informed Consent in the Identity Economy
Nov. 26, 2012
"Are Your Customers Hostages, Victims or Participants? A Discussion on the Identity Economy: Sharing Identity Data While Earning Consumer Trust"
, Chief Privacy Officer, Deputy General Counsel at Neustar
, VP and Chief Privacy Officer at McAfee
, Director of Privacy and Compliance at Experian
, Senior Executive Advisor at NIST
, Vice President at UnboundID
Kashmir Hill, Privacy Writer at
Thurs., Nov. 29, 2012
The Continental Room at the National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW,
UnboundID, a leading platform provider for identity data, is hosting a panel with leaders in the Identity Economy at the National Press Club in
. The panel will discuss the role of privacy and informed consent in developing new business models for the usage and exchange of identity data assets. Joining UnboundID will be privacy and compliance officers from
The panel will be moderated by Kashmir Hill, senior privacy and security writer for
, senior executive advisor for identity management at the
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
will also bring his expertise to the panel.
Reporters and privacy or data security officers who wish to attend the National Press Club panel discussion should email
or call 1-800-864-1231 to RSVP.
About UnboundID Corp.
UnboundID is a leading platform provider for identity data, enabling companies to dynamically manage, protect, and share customer data in real-time across cloud, mobile and social applications. UnboundID solutions help companies increase average revenue per customer while significantly lowering their costs for service and application delivery. UnboundID is a privately held company based in
, and is funded by Silverton Partners and OpenView Venture Partners. For more information, visit
UnboundID is a registered trademark of UnboundID Corp. All other company and product names mentioned are used only for identification and may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.