Monthly Archives: October 2010

Securing the “Internet of Things”

By David Hoffman, Intel’s director of security policy and global privacy officer At the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, I had the opportunity to moderate a panel entitled “A Smart New World? Internet of Things.” We refer … Read more >

Intel Participates in Israel’s Privacy Week

By Brian Huseman, senior policy counsel for Intel Intel has a strong presence at “Privacy Week,” taking place in Jerusalem, Israel this week in conjunction with the OECD conference on the 30th anniversary of the OECD Privacy Guidelines and the … Read more >

Towards Accountable Care Cultures: Minding Our “Clinical Footprint”

If , while reading this blog, you have a medical emergency, please stop reading and dial 911 or go to a nearby emergency room. Because sometimes you just need help from a doctor or other medical professional. But what about … Read more >

Spotlight on Technology in Education

By Carlos Contreras, Intel’s U.S. Education Director Somewhere I heard a good portrayal of our US Education System — if a student from 1910 was able to time travel to today’s classroom. It would be one of the few places … Read more >

Intel, eBay and Microsoft Signal Support for Movement on U.S. Privacy Legislation

By David Hoffman, Intel’s director of security policy and global privacy officer Intel deeply cares about protecting privacy. We see computing moving in a direction where an individual’s applications and data will move as that person moves through his or … Read more >