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A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum
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A Day in the Digital Life - Privacy Forum

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This is a deck created by myself and Tom Glover which we presented to the New Zealand Privacy Commission Technology Forum in February 2007. …

This is a deck created by myself and Tom Glover which we presented to the New Zealand Privacy Commission Technology Forum in February 2007.

A transcript of the presentation is covered in the notes section for each slide.

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  • 1. Privacy Commission 2007Technology ForumA Day in The (Digital) Life…… Tom Glover & Rob InskeepTechnology ArchitectsTelecom New Zealand23 February 2007 © Telecom New Zealand Limited 2007
  • 2. Overview
  • Introduction
    • All about us
    • 9. Research and Venturing
    • 10. What exactly is a Technology Architect?
  • Primer
    This will not be a (very) technical discussion
    This is not a discussion about Identity Management
    It’s about Digital Identity and how it will enrich our future lives
    Definition:
    What is Identity?
    “The human experience of IDENTITY has two elements: a sense of belonging and a sense of being separate.”
    Salvador Minuchin, 1974
    What is Digital Identity?
    “Digital identity refers to the aspect of digital technology that is concerned with the mediation of people's experience of their own identity and the identity of other people and things.”
    Wikipedia, 2006
  • 11. Early Morning
  • 12. Late Morning
  • 13. Early Afternoon
  • 14. Mid Afternoon
  • 15. Early Evening
  • 16. Night
  • 17. Well?
    What do you think about this view of a possible future?
  • 18. Benefits
  • Challenges
    • Digital Identity Management Repository
    • 25. Centralised or Distributed
    • 26. Identity Management Complexity
    • 27. Fear Uncertainty Doubt (FUD)
    • 28. Who do we trust with our data
    • 29. Security, Security, Security
    • 30. Utility-like Resilience
    • 31. Cost
  • Conclusion
    • Majority of the technology capability already exists
    • 32. Significant Future Benefits to be gained
    • 33. Software Integration will be the greatest obstacle
    • 34. Identity Industry is still at a relatively early stage in development
    • 35. User-centricity is the future! (Identity 2.0)
  • Questions
  • 36. Disclaimer
    Copyright © 2007 Telecom New Zealand Limited
    All rights reserved
     
    This presentation is intended as a possible view of the future to generate discussion.  It should not be relied upon as a statement of Telecom New Zealand Limited's future direction, or endorsement of the technology described within.

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