Show #22 Inclusionism with Kaliya Young, Author of Domains of Identity


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Sep 16 2019 30 mins  
Kaliya Young (formerly Hamlin) is an expert in self-sovereign identity and identity on the blockchain. She is the co-author of a Comprehensive guide to Self-Sovereign Identity and is widely known as Identity Woman (its also the name of her blog and her twitter handle). She is committed her life to the development of an open standards based layer of the internet that empowers people. Community Builder In 2005, Young co-founded the Internet Identity Workshop with Doc Searls and Phil Windley. Five years later she founded the Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium to catalyze a network of companies working to give individuals the tools to collect, manage and gain value from their own personal data generated actively and passively as they interact with all kinds of digital systems. In 2016 she began the Identity Ecosystem Map project and collaborating in leading its development. She consults with and advises companies seeking to develop products in this ecosystem. She is the co-founder with Shireen Mitchel of HumanFirst.Tech a project focused the needs of diverse communities and building an inclusive industry. Young has been named one of the most influential women in tech by Fast Company Magazine. She has presented keynotes to the MyData, Identiverse and Gartner’s Identity and Access Management Summit in London. She has spoken at, the K(no)w Identity conference, EMMA’s IEES conference, DWeb Summit, European Identity Conference, Gnomedex, Data Week, Privacy Identity and Innovation, NIST’s IDTrust Conference, SXSW and BlogHer. She has been quoted in a range of media including the New York Times, MIT Technology Review, Business Week, and ReadWriteWeb. Institutional Liaison Young has worked directly with the US Government (NSTIC & DHS S&T) and the Government of British Columbia, and in 2012 she was honored by the World Economic Forum. She was an active contributor to the WEF Rethinking Personal Data Project for its duration 2010-2014. She in the first cohort to graduate from a Masters of Science in Identity Management and Security from the University of Texas at Austin in December 2017. Her masters report, Domains of Identity, is a comprehensive framework explaining all the domains of identity where individuals personal data ends up in databases. She was elected in August 2012 to the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) Identity Ecosystem Steering Committee, Management Council as the Consumer Advocate delegate. She is currently active on a range of industry groups a list of industry affiliations is here . Privacy Advocate Kaliya identifies as a nymwarrior because she was personally affected by Google’s insistence she use her real name as the headline on her profile along with others fighting for the right to have different, unlinked persona’s, different identifiers for different contexts online. Kaliya’s firm, Unconference.net specializes in designing and facilitating unconferences for a variety of technical communities world wide. In 2007 she founded the well known ‘She’s Geeky‘ women’s only technology Unconfernece (hosting 10 to date). She is a co-leader of Digital Death Day an unconfernece considering the issues surrounding the digital afterlife including what happens to your data after you die (two a year in 2010, 2011 on each side of the Atlantic). Awards Best Paper ID360 Conference, 2013 for A Field Guide to Internet Trust Models World Economic Forum, Young Global Leader 2012. Kaliya Hamlin tackles our online identities in San Jose Mercury News 03/06/2012 Fast Company Magazine, Most Influential Women in Technology 2009 Digital Identity World Award 2006 for “behind the scenes” work on IIW and the Identity Gang. Gold Medal, Canadian Women’s National Water Polo Team, Pan-American Games 1999 UC Berkeley Women’s Water Polo Team, 2nd in the country 1996, 1997, 1998 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inclusionism/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inclusionism/support