Monday, 9 June 2008

Press release: Microsoft To Explain Minimal Disclosure Technology At eema’s European e-Identity Conference 2008

Top Microsoft Identity And Privacy Figures, Stefan Brands And Caspar Bowden, Join Programme At The Hague, 10th-11th June...

eema, the Independent European e-Identity & Security Association, today announced Microsoft will use its annual conference to present for the first time in Europe its technology for data minimisation in electronic identity. Principal Architect in Microsoft's Identity & Access Group, Stefan Brands, and Chief Privacy Advisor at Microsoft EMEA’s Technology Office, Caspar Bowden, will host the Advanced Privacy Techniques for Data Minimisation workshop on 10th June. Brands will also deliver an opening keynote to delegates at the conference outlining the issues of the technology.

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