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NSTIC Privacy Workshop Kicks-Off at MIT

The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) is holding a Privacy Workshop at the MIT Media Lab in Boston.  This workshop will discuss the privacy-enhancing objectives of NSTIC and how to effectively implement them in the Identity Ecosystem Framework, including issues involved with overcoming the challenges of establishing user-centric privacy protections. The goal of this workshop is to provide a venue for discussion about developing workable policies, practices and guidelines for privacy protections as well as effective means of implementing these protections.

You can watch a live stream of the plenary sessions or follow the event on Twitter with the hashtag #NSTIC

EDUCAUSE staff are participating in the workshop and actively working with the government and private sector in the development and implementation of the National Strategy.  There will be a panel discussion on Higher Education's Role in the Identity Ecosystem featuring Jeremy Grant, head of the NSTIC National Program Office, at the Annual EDUCAUSE Conference in Philadelphia.

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