Ian Glazer

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Follow-up from Catalyst 2011: Tamper detection and Relationship Context Metadata

by Ian Glazer  |  August 19, 2011  |  Comments Off

For all hours that go into preparing for the Catalyst conference, it flashes by in an instant. This year was no exception. In the course of prepping for Catalyst, I attempt to pack my head as full of my recent research as possible, but there are practical limits to that… In the privacy track, I […]

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We’re not in Kansas anymore

by Ian Glazer  |  May 13, 2010  |  3 Comments

Q: So tell us what you remember? A: It was cold outside. I was reading an email.   Q: What did the email say? A: Burton Group has been acquired by Gartner.   Q: What happened next? A: I don’t really remember. So busy these days. I know there was a volcano…   And that […]

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Transparent or Translucent?

by Ian Glazer  |  June 28, 2009  |  Comments Off

Last week I was at the recent Department of Homeland Security’s Government 2.0 Privacy and Best Practices conference. Not surprisingly the subject of transparency came up again and again. One thing that definitely caught my attention was a comment by one of the panelists that efforts towards government transparency are too often focused on data transparency […]

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Zen Mind, Newb Mind

by Ian Glazer  |  March 5, 2009  |  Comments Off

Being the new-ish addition to the IdPS team is, well, an interesting place to be.  Besides the requisite induction activities (ask me at Catalyst how you pick up the dry cleaning for a team who lives all across the country), I’ve been working with my peers on vastly different pieces of research.  And being curious by […]

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Privacy Risks Get Real

by Ian Glazer  |  February 13, 2009  |  Comments Off

When you think of “the usual” privacy risks you think of things like brand and reputation damage, fines, and increased regulations.  You don’t think of jail time for executives.  But jail time is exactly what some Google executives face if an Italian prosecutor has his way. The arrest of Peter Fleischer, Google’s Paris-based Global Privacy Counsel, […]

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