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Security, Privacy and Trust in Standardization

24 October, 2016

(Hammamet, Tunisia) The exponential advancement of ICTs has dramatically improved real-time communication and information sharing, and has enabled billions to send, receive and impart digital information on a worldwide scale. But at the same time, it has become clear that the use of these technologies, which rely heavily on standardization outputs, brings about a host of challenges with respect to the privacy and security of communications, and ultimately, with respect the end users’ perception of these technologies as trustworthy or potentially harmful.

Responding to this critical issue, ITU is organizing the third Global Standards Symposium that will take place on 24 October 2016 in Hammamet, Tunisia.

The event brings together thought leaders in the standardization sphere to discuss how standards efforts could best integrate the consideration of security, privacy and trust. In focus are regulatory principles relevant to security, privacy and trust, as well as how industry players and supporting standards bodies plan to meet end-users’ expectations in this domain.
Read more on the event agenda: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/wtsa16/gss/Documents/GSSAgenda.pdf


24 October, 2016
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