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  • OASIS Open; Board of Directors; Open Standards; Elections | OASIS Staff Blogs
    OASIS Open Board of Directors Open Standards Elections Why am I excited about the upcoming election for the OASIS Board of Directors election Because I ve got my FIFA jersey on and the slate reads like a World Cup of Standards Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/oasis-open-board-of-directors-open-standards-elections (2015-11-02)
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  • Can the IoT be secured? | OASIS Staff Blogs
    or Privacy By Design for Software Engineers PbD SE but because so many edge devices are dumb it will make sense to make this happen at the API layer There will be billions of devices on the network some dumb some smart and the general public and even specialists may have no clue what happens to information as it passes through the network We need to educate ourselves the public and have some sort of transparency audit trail mechanism The diversity of the IoT will cause us to shift from centralized control of information to personal control Privacy and safety need to be built in to the network at the application level as they get engineered as happens in the Oil and Gas industry We will need interoperability at the data layer not just the app layer Just because data is behind a firewall doesn t make it private Any sensor communicating on an un encrypted wireless network might as well be broadcasting public data What you think of as your data can be used by third parties to profile you and right now no one knows what happens to this data Also data may pass through various privacy jurisdictions as it circulates on the network The permission based Internet allowing Twitter to re tweet logging in with Facebook setting sharing preferences in applications but not fully getting what the sharing is all this points to a lack of understanding by a vast majority of consumers even experts Should the ultimate privacy intelligence be in the user We don t have a good track record of it but at least offering systematic opt in choices to end users would be a step in the right direction and has to be designed from the get go with a good user interface

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2014/05/can-the-iot-be-secured (2015-11-02)
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  • IoT | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Jonathan Rodriguez of Tridium and Mark O Neill of Axway have in common Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/iot (2015-11-02)
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  • Watering Hole | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Jonathan Rodriguez of Tridium and Mark O Neill of Axway have in common Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/watering-hole (2015-11-02)
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  • Survey Shows Need for Standards in Mobile Payments Space | OASIS Staff Blogs
    this space ahead of Google well they re neck and neck For those of us who think of mobile payments as using Google Wallet at Starbucks I think we re in a for a surprise Although it will be a surprise only for us American chickens because the Japanese the Kenyans and a number of other have been using their cellphones for a bunch of transactions for years And I don t mean storing coupons 3 Security is the chief concern when it comes to mobile payments Ok duh 4 Fragmentation of the mobile payments eco system is the chief obstacle to adoption and standards would solve this problem Standards would include NFC to cover security to prevent hijacking or snooping on the payment so the NSA can t find out you have a caffeine habit identity so your uncle Bert can t blow your hard earned cash at a black jack table and privacy so the Big Data cowboys can t profile you for gain Now if this finding came from OASIS you might be a bit suspicious but Open Mobile Media is not a standards organization nor is it connected to us in any way More http openmobilemedia com Standards bring safety to the marketplace They do allow technological eco systems to grow and gain adoption And they do spur innovation by creating agreement on platforms Add new comment Navigation Latest images About this blog Laurent Liscia blogs about his observations insights and interactions in his role as executive director of OASIS Recent posts Another banner year at OASIS and headwinds coming our way OASIS Board of Directors Election What A Slate Can the IoT be secured Survey Shows Need for Standards in Mobile Payments Space Tales of Dread from the Dreadlocked Visionary Why Free Apps are bad

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2014/05/survey-shows-need-for-standards-in-mobile-payments-space (2015-11-02)
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  • Mobile Payments; Wallet Wars; Security; Identity; Privacy; Standards; OASIS Open | OASIS Staff Blogs
    2014 05 12 22 18 Tagged Mobile Payments Wallet Wars Security Identity Privacy Standards OASIS Open Open Mobile Media a clever media outfit based in the UK recently surveyed the tech industry on the future of mobile payments Read more Add new comment Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by anyone other than

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/mobile-payments-wallet-wars-security-identity-privacy-standards-oasis-open (2015-11-02)
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  • Tales of Dread from the Dreadlocked Visionary: Why Free Apps are bad for Privacy | OASIS Staff Blogs
    from Yes ours Next logical question Does Jaron Lanier s model apply to the Internet of Things Let s see if I wear a Fitbit run a Smart Grid program in my home have my car check on traffic conditions and suddenly there s a Big Data aggregator that gets a hold of all this data to create an accurate data profile for me or my household is that a good or a bad thing Undoubtedly good the aggregator will say because now we can offer you tailored goods and services instead of the idiotic and wasteful ads you ve been getting for things you don t want We ve been conditioned to take this deal Lanier says it s a raw deal In fact we should fight it There are several ways to do that One is to use Vendor Relationship Management software that gives you back control over your data Another is to encourage projects that pay you for your data Yet another which I find powerful is to create rock solid privacy standards that will finally eradicate those gray zones so many companies have been operating in Cloud Computing does not complicate things for you the end user It should complicate them for the vendors who store exchange and otherwise manipulate your data Europe has taken amazing steps in that direction without a care for technical issues and rightly so And as we discover that being paranoid about personal communications may not be off the wall after all European Privacy legislation doesn t seem so radical By the way Lanier doesn t stop there He refreshingly focuses on the myriad ways the Internet has actually cheapened rather than enriched the human experience by destroying the music industry killing book stores replacing deep connections with superficial ones You

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/2014/03/tales-of-dread-from-the-dreadlocked-visionary-why-free-apps-are-bad-for-privacy (2015-11-02)
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  • freemium | OASIS Staff Blogs
    Jaron Lanier Privacy standards It s hard not to love Jaron Lanier a man whose dreadlocks and facial hair could ve earned him a spot as Beorn on the second Hobbit installment a bon vivant and a brilliant thinker who helped pionee Read more 2 comments Navigation Latest images The individuals who post here work at OASIS Opinions expressed are their own and are not necessarily reviewed in advance by

    Original URL path: http://blogs.oasis-open.org/blog-tags/freemium (2015-11-02)
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