San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Kaliya “Identity Woman” Hamlin will be in London on Friday 15th Feb and will be hosting/ running a 3/4 day seminar on Identity for strategists, IT, HR, legal, operational, marketing and sales professionals who want to understand Identity.
Tickets are limited to 30
PDE501 is our in-depth briefing on the Personal Data Economy, delivered at your company. We’ll cover core principles, technologies, business models, actors, risks, and strategies for success in the Personal Data Economy. The course enables innovators, product managers, planners, and future experts to develop their approach to small data and the PDE.
At the end of this course you will:
- Be conversant with core digital identity logic, workflows, technologies, business models, and cultural concerns.
- Be able to recognize and analyze models of trust in identity systems, explaining their strengths and weaknesses.
- Be able to explain how personal data ecosystems and digital identity ecosystems depend on each other.
- Be able to map lifecycles of personal data from creation to use.
- Be able to name five ways personal data affects business model design and market value.
- Distinguish between vendor relationship management, personal clouds and personal channels.
- Be able to cite indicators of changing individual perception of the importance of personal data.
- Be able to explain the difference between personal data privacy, data portability, and control.
- Be aware of public sector attention, risks, and opportunities in citizen control of personal data.
Who participates in the program?
- Enterprise strategy leaders
- Product innovation and research labs
- Technology architects
- Marketing executives
- Privacy professionals
- Intellectual Property professionals
Our instructor-led seminar is delivered on customer premises, with approximately 20% of the time spent in discussion. The material is offered in English over seven hours, including scheduled breaks and a working lunch. We use a combination of lecture, slides, chalk-talks, and mapping exercises to present the material.
- Identity in digital contexts
- Protocols used in identity systems
- The Spectrum of Identity
- A Venn of Identity
- Recent developments
- What roles do name spaces, contexts, and control in digital identity?
- Personal Data Economy Concepts and Principles
- How personal data is collected, brokered, and used
- How personal data affects people’s lives
- Personal data and advertising
- The Stalker Economy, The Cluetrain Manifesto, and the Intention Economy
- What events and forces signify the emerging Personal Data Economy?
- Open source projects
- Startup projects of note
- Other companies and initiatives
- Quantified Self
- The Victory Lab
- Opportunities for productization
- Small Data in practice
- More about The Stalker Economy
- Models of personal value.
- Society and “ownership” of personal data
- The Personal Data Economy landscape
- Innovation approaches around user-centricity and trust.
- Small data applications and challenges in business and technology
- Government and citizen identity and the Personal Data Economy
- Recap and Summary
The seminar includes digital copies of all the relevant materials for attendees.
Before the Seminar
A conference call with the instructor to confirm scope and tailor emphasis to suit your attendees. Included.
After the Seminar
A one hour follow-up teleconference offers an opportunity for questions and reinforcement. Included within 30 days.
- Basic business analysis and technology analysis skills
- Awareness of your own enterprise’s use of personal data
Kaliya “Identity Woman” Hamlin
Kaliya Hamlin, Executive Director and Founder of PDEC, the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium, is a globally-recognized expert in personal data. Widely known as Identity Woman, Kaliya pioneered the social space that enabled the personal data ecosystem to take root.
In 2012, Kaliya was elected in August 2012 to the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) Identity Ecosystem Steering Committee, management council as delegate for consumer advocates. In 2012, the World Economic Forum (WEF) named Hamlin a Young Global Leader. She sits on the OASIS IDTrust member steering committee and is active in the Federated Social Web which recently moved its work to the W3C. You can see a complete list of industry affiliations and conferences she has founded here.
In 2009 Kaliya was named one of the most influential women in tech by Fast Company Magazine. She has presented keynotes to the Cloud Identity Summit 2012 and Gartner’s 2012 Identity and Access Management Summit in London. She has been on or moderated panels at Data Week SF, Privacy, Identity and Innovation, NIST’s IDTrust Conference, SXSW and BlogHer. Kaliya has trained and consulted with firms developing strategies and programs to implement the Personal Data Economy.
Other highlights of her career include co-founding the Internet Identity Workshop (with Doc Searls and Phil Windley). In 2010, she founded the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium to catalyze the development of the Personal Data Economy. PDEC supports entrepreneurs and executives building products that support business goals by enabling personal control over personal data.
Kaliya is regularly interviewed in a range of media including The New York Times, MIT Technology Review, Business Week and ReadWriteWeb.
There are some more details here - http://pde.cc/education/pdeseminarsenterprise/