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Represented by IKED and Fraunhofer FOKUS, GINI takes part in organising special side-event at the World Economic Forum in Davos, on "THE RISE OF BORDERLESS ELECTRONIC IDENTITIES: ADDRESSING INTERNET PRIVACY, SECURITY AND TRUST IN THE POST-PASSWORD ERA" PDF Print E-mail

In Davos, January 21, GINI takes part in the organisation of a follow-up event to "Digital Identities and Security in the New Global Context", with WISeKey in Geneva as the main sponsor. For the 2015 session, special attention will be paid to the importance of addressing a coherent system for digital identities at a time when big data and the Internet of Things are just around the corner. Problems with Digital Security and breaches of privacy may move from increasingly serious to untenable in the era now under way. The 2015 session attracts broad stakeholder participation, including with high-level participation from the financial sector in Europe and the United States. Follow-up from Davos 2015 could provide critical momentum for scaling work on the implementation of the GINI Roadmap.

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Internet Governance Outlook 2015: Two Processes, Many Venues, Four Baskets PDF Print E-mail

2015 has just started, but the calendar of events related to Internet Governance is already fully packed until the end of the year. The list of issues under discussion gets longer and longer and more and more people expect concrete results from the numerous meetings.

Whether we see the next stumbling step forward on the long march through the Internet Governance Ecosystem depends to a high degree on the outcomes of two different, but interrelated processes which will overshadow Internet discussion in 2015:

  • In the Internet microcosm — the management of names and numbers — the key issue will be how the so-called IANA functions are transferred to an accountable multistakeholder mechanism without compromising the security and stability of the Internet.
  • In the Internet macrocosm — the management of Internet-related public policies — the key issue will be how the multistakeholder governance approach is further enhanced to find practical solutions for the growing number of political, economic, social, cultural and legal Internet problems, inter alia, renewing the mandate of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).

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White House Initiative on Privacy Protection and Identity Protection PDF Print E-mail

The interrelated nature of cybersecurity and identity management is increasingly coming into focus the world over. The message from the Office of the Press Secretary of the White House, signals the strong attention now paid to this nexus of issues and that new initatives are under way. Several of the announced activities are in line with the directions of the GINI framework.

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The Global Forum, Geneva, November 17-18 2014 PDF Print E-mail

The 2014 version of the Annual Global Forum was organised in Geneva on November 17-18. The GINI consortium was represented by IKED, which is part of the Steering Committee for the event. The event was marked by intense highlighting on the interrelated nature of identity management, cyber security, and data governance. GINI's perspectives and Roadmap were greatly relevant for many of the central themes and discussions.

Find the final program including the presentations online on the Global Forum website: http://globalforum.items-int.com/#program

Also visit:
- Global Forum 2014 blog: http://www.globalforumblog.com/ with picture, articles, interviews...
- Global Forum 2014 YouTube channel with interviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA5IlodpCdIxJLqzEnFjQAA
- Global Forum 2014 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Global.Forum.2014.Geneva

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"Report on GINI's session on "Addressing Identity Management, Privacy, Security and Trust" at the World Economic Forum 2014, Davos" PDF Print E-mail

"Report on GINI's session on "Addressing Identity Management, Privacy, Security and Trust" at the World Economic Forum 2014, Davos"

 
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