WPF Panelist at FTC Informational Harms Workshop

WPF’s ED Pam Dixon will be presenting new research on medical identity theft and on biometrics at the FTC’s Informational Harms Workshop, to be held in Washington DC December 12, 2017. Dixon will be presenting on Panel I, Injuries 101. More about the event: The event begins Dec. 12, 2017 at 9:15 am at the

Biometric Congress and Privacy Briefing; WPF Participant

WPF will be participating in multiple events at the Biometric Congress 31 October – 3 November in London. Executive Director Pam Dixon will be presenting a privacy briefing to the Congress 31 October, and will also be participating in a NIST biometrics workshop and a biometric authentication workshop. The Biometrics Congress is an annual gathering

NYU Human Project Data Security and Privacy Board Meeting

WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will be participating in New York University’s The Human Project privacy and security working group meeting to discuss solutions for the project. The Human Project is a wide-ranging, significant longitudinal human subjects research study that also crosses into new areas of big data research. WPF is pleased to be able to participate