ID360 is a community of stakeholders dedicated to fostering research, development, and implementation of innovative solutions for meeting current and future challenges in identity fraud, theft, misuse, management, and protection. Participants focus on understanding, defining, and securing identity. Experts examine trusted identities for individuals, organizations, and devices from every angle of our increasingly online world.
This unique conference invites experts and stakeholders from the private sector, government, and academia to engage in a comprehensive 360-degree study along the five critical dimensions of Identity: Law, Business, Policy, Technology, and Society. ID360 is an invaluable forum to share, learn, and exchange ideas, experiences, and innovations.
The theme of this year's ID360 is “The Identity Economy." Personally identifying information (PII) serves as currency on the Internet—it is used to gain access to all forms of goods, services, networks, and devices. Consumers, corporations, and government agencies operate their internal identity economies, as well as participate in the global identity.
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Call for Papers
ID360 welcomes submissions for the 2015 conference.
Deadline for proposals:
- Call for papers opens December 18, 2014
- Call for papers closes March 2, 2015
All papers will be peer-reviewed by experts from academia in accordance with review criteria. Applicants will be notified by March 23, 2015 if they have been successful or otherwise. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all of the presenters, sponsors, board members, and attendees who made the Center for Identity's ID360 2014 conference an outstanding success.
The annual event drew 200 attendees, from 37 cities, to The University of Texas at Austin for two days of engaging panels, dynamic presentations, and lively discussions. Industry thought leaders examined identity management risks and values, while exploring different legal, business, policy, technology, and social solutions.
ID360 also highlighted 95 companies for their innovative insights into privacy, security and identity management.