Personal Data Economy Seminar - NYC
Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You need data that is correct, complete, and up to date. Balancing this with your customers' expectation of privacy can be a complex and tricky undertaking, and these goals sometimes appear to be at odds. But do they need to be?
Are there new approaches to data gathering that will let you drive the decisions without risking the trust that makes it possible? To help you figure it out, the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium has created a half-day seminar with one of the most insightful thinkers in the field of digital identity. Kaliya Hamlin - noted speaker, provocative author, and internet agitator - shares her unique perspective and broad industry knowledge.
Over the course of this seminar, she will guide attendees through the landscape of trust models, personal clouds and channels, and the value of data as an emerging asset class. Along the way, she'll point out exciting startups, innovative government programs, and the business models that will make it all work.
We're holding this at the Terrace Club in Midtown Manhattan, 25 West 51st St., off Fifth Avenue.
During this workshop, attendees will:
- Review the key technologies, approaches, and business models that make up the Personal Data Ecosystem
- Highlight forward-looking projects being developed by startups, government and educational institutions around the world
- Discuss institutional and cultural characteristics that drive adoption of digital identity
- Identify and analyze the trust models that underlie digital identity products
- Map various types of personal data lifecycle, from creation to use
- Identify the ways that personal data affects business model design and market value
- Review key indicators that measure public awareness and concern about the uses of personal data
- Discuss the risks and benefits of public sector attention and regulatory oversight
Trust Models and Digital Identity at Internet Scale
Personal Data Economy Concepts and Principles
- Big Data and Small Data
- A Venn of Identity
- Personal data is collection, brokering, and use
- How personal data affects people's lives
- Personal data and advertising
- The Stalker Economy, The Cluetrain Manifesto, and the Intention Economy
- Vendor relationship management, personal clouds and personal channels
Events and forces that influence the emerging Personal Data Economy
- Common protocols used in identity systems
- State regulation
- Standards (open and closed)
- Large companies and industry initiatives
- Popular movements
Small Data in practice
- Society and "ownership" of personal data
- The Personal Data Economy landscape
- User-centricity and trust.
- Small data applications and challenges for business
- Government and citizen identity and the Personal Data Economy
Recap and Summary
After the Seminar
A one hour follow-up teleconference with the facilitator offers an opportunity for questions and reinforcement.
Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium
The Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium is focused on connecting all the companies Empowering People with Their Personal Data. Our Startup Circle members build personal control of personal data into their products and services. PDEC supports its members through community, education, advocacy, and research programs.