RSA Conference Europe

October 19, 2007 at 9:36 pm Leave a comment

I will be presenting at the RSA Conference Europe next Wednesday, 24 October. The session track AUTH-202 is at 12.10 PM and entitled “Government As A Privacy-Protective Identity Provider: The New Zealand Case.”

I’ll also be hosting a Special Interest Group Session, SIG-203B, entitled “Identity in a Web 2.0 World” on the same day at 2.10 PM.

More information about these sessions is available from the detailed agenda page.

So, if anyone is attending the conference in London next week, I hope to meet up with you. Happy to swap thoughts over coffee.

Also, this means that blog posts are hold till I get back at the end of the month.


Entry filed under: government, identity, igovt, NZ, privacy, strategy.

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