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Big P Privacy in the Era of Small Things

by Ian Glazer  |  November 14, 2013  |  1 Comment

Recently, I was asked to give a talk about privacy challenges of the Internet of Things. A couple of years ago, I did some research on data labeling techniques that I realized were directly applicable to these privacy challenges. Subscribers can check out the research here and you can read a little more about the goal of the research on this blog. Enjoy the video and I’d love your feedback!

Category: privacy  

Tags: defragcon  gartneriam  iot  privacy  

Ian Glazer
Research Vice President and Agenda Manager
4 years at Gartner
16 years IT industry

Ian Glazer is a research vice president and agenda manager on the Identity and Privacy Strategies team. He leads IdPS' coverage for authorization and privacy. Topics within these two main areas include externalized authorization management, XACML, federated authorization, privacy by design, and privacy programs. Read Full Bio


Thoughts on Big P Privacy in the Era of Small Things


  1. Robert says:

    You left out
    4) Agreement on the definitions of the metadata, and
    5) Agreement (hard, legally binding) on honoring the privacy rules for the data received.

    Without both of these there is negative value to the users and added value to the receivers.



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