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The most inspiring job I've ever had

The most inspiring job I’ve ever had

My name is Jacoba Sieders. A university degree in classics and philosophy led me to a number of minor jobs. But my second education to switch to a career in IT brought me where I am today: Head of the Identity & Access Management (IAM) department at ABN AMRO Bank for customers and employees, worldwide. Also, I am a member of the Advisory Board of IDnext.

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Request for presentations - IDnext'15

Request for Presentations

IDnext invites you to submit a proposal for the 5th Annual European Digital identity (un)-conference, to be held on April 15-16th 2015 in Noordwijkerhout (Netherlands). Deadline for submission is 30th January 2015.

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Bridging Opportunities from Citizens to Consumers

Kantara initiative

Technology services that connect businesses, consumers, governments, and citizens are evolving.  Humans are becoming more connected to people, entities, and things.  Enterprise, governments, research, education, and consumers each value trusted identity services, credentials, and associated personal data.

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SAML the Undead

SAML the Undead

In September 2012, a lively discussion erupted when Craig Burton and Pamela Dingle at Kupperingcole launched the view that SAML was dead Now, in 2014, the exact opposite appears to have happened: SAML has become mainstream. Were they wrong?

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The new EU Regulation on eID and Trust Services – part III: Trust Services

The new EU Regulation on eID and Trust Services – part III: Trust Services

 The previous two IDnext newsletters presented a general overview of the new EU Regulation on Electronic Identification and Trust Services and discussed the regime on electronic identification. This edition discusses the regime on Trust Services.

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Be SMART online, THINK privacy

Be SMART online, THINK privacy 

‘Think before you post’. ‘Think twice if it is necessary for a counterparty to request every of your personal data’. ‘Protect personal data on your device and reduce the risks of online privacy breach’. Just a few statements the Hong Kong Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data uses to inform Hongkies on the privacy risks in the frequent use of a Smartphone. A hot issue in Hong Kong, next to the privacy risks of social networking sites. 

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