Category Archives: Security & Privacy

Achieving the Data Moon Shot: The Importance of Institutionalizing Open Data

By Cisco Minthorn, Director of Government Relations and Senior Counsel, Government and Policy Group The Commerce Data Advisory Council (CDAC) – the federal advisory committee created by U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker in 2014, to convene experts from industry … Read more >

It Takes Data To Protect Data

By: David A. Hoffman, Associate General Counsel and Global Privacy Officer   I recently had the pleasure of participating in a discussion of using data to promote cybersecurity. Hosted by Lawfare, Intel Security, the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT), … Read more >

Chris Hoofnagle’s Federal Trade Commission Law and Policy Offers Exceptional Insights into the FTC

By John Kincaide, Privacy and Security Policy Attorney at Intel The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is a US agency whose strategic goals include protecting consumers from fraud, deception and unfair business practices, and maintaining competition by focusing on anticompetitive mergers … Read more >

DHS Accelerates Information Sharing Standards Effort; Intel to Chair Working Group

By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel In an effort to accelerate cyber information sharing, and in response to an Executive Order, DHS recently announced the formation of the Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) Standards Organization. … Read more >

Fair Information Practice Principles: A Common Language for Privacy in a Diverse Data Environment

By: Paula Bruening Today, Intel is pleased to join governments, companies, experts and advocates in marking Data Privacy Day, a day designed to raise awareness, and to promote privacy and data protection best practices. First observed in 2007, it is … Read more >

Can we build tools to support technology aware regulations and regulations aware technologies in cybersecurity and privacy?

When we study policy and technology approaches to cybersecurity and privacy, we discover that there is some level of agreement on high level concepts and principles shared by diverse stakeholders that include technologists and regulators in different geographic regions. However, … Read more >