OpenConsent News & Media
Sal is recognized as a thought leader on critical cyber-physical matters confronting the world today. Sal has appeared on NBC Nightly News and speaks internationally at conferences and events including RSA, Gartner, eID, Identiverse, and KNOW Identity. Sal is active in standards for physical and logical security and has served as Chair and Secretary of the Kantara Leadership Council (LC), and past President and Chairman of the Board of the IDESG as well as on other corporate and non-profit Boards.
IGF Call for Cyber security
This high-level declaration in favour of the development of common principles for securing cyberspace has already received the backing of 547 official supporters: 65 States, 138 international and civil society organisations, and 344 entities of the private sector.
In addition to this high level declaration. OpenConsent is calling for the Identity Management Industry to adopt, Privacy, Trust and Security best practices to make Cyberspace secure.
Starting with Privacy is not an Agreement and consent is not a permission.
OpenConsent Operational Privacy
Open Surveillance with Operational PrivacySurveillance technology is one of the fastest growing areas of technology. The use of new technologies to track, surveil and monitor people is having a negative impact on user experience. To address this, a privacy profile that generates an operational privacy icon, can be used with any surveillance technology so people can see, and not be scared, of surveillance technology.
OpenConsent- OPN Notice Receipt Specification is released as Creative Commons Attribute 4
The COEL works is a tremendous breakthrough for attribute level events for consent and the distributed management of privacy notice, which is what Open Privacy Network is being designed and built with.
OpenConsent In Action
OpenConsent Co-Founder Sal D’Agostino, on stage at Know Identity, with a great panel of experts discussing the massive pivot into the smart city by industry in 2019.
Free and Open Privacy, an analysis of the common privacy requirements across international privacy instruments.