Category Archives: Security & Privacy

Privacy to Enable “Drones for Good”

Privacy and “Drones for Good”                                 by Paula J. Bruening Intel lit up the night sky in Sydney, Australia last month with its first public Drones 100 show. While the display over the Opera House dazzled, it also highlighted the tremendous potential … Read more >

Charting a Path: From Notice to Transparency

By Paula J. Bruening, Senior Counsel for Global Privacy Policy  Over the past three years, Intel’s “Rethink Privacy” has called for a reinterpretation of the Fair Information Practice Principles that guide the responsible collection, use and protection of personal data.  … Read more >

Risk Engineering: New Paradigm in Cybersecurity

There is an emerging recognition in the regulatory analysis of cybersecurity that metrics or benchmarks representing best practices are crucial for creating flexible, enforceable, and effective regulations. Several recent initiatives, such as the US Cyber Security Framework (or CSF) moved … Read more >

US Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearings on the FCC’s Proposed Privacy Rules

By John Kincaide, Privacy and Security Policy Attorney at Intel On May 11, 2016 the US Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law held a hearing on “Examining the Proposed FCC Privacy Rules”. The objective of the hearing … Read more >

ISAO SO Hosts Productive 3rd Public Meeting

By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel The Information Sharing and Analysis Organization Standards Organization (ISAO SO) held its Third Public Forum on May 18-19 in Anaheim California. More than 100 participants from academia, government and industry … Read more >