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Identity Deployment of the Year (IDDY) 2011 Award

We’re pleased to announce that the SMART project has won the prestigious Identity Deployment of the Year (IDDY) 2011 award, in the Emerging Applications/Proof of Concept Category. The IDDY is awarded yearly by the Kantara Initiative, for deployment and development of identity management software. Previous winners include Google, US DoD, Vodafone, NTT and Oracle. This year’s winners were US National Institute for Health and Newcastle University. The Newcastle award was presented to Maciej Machulak during the Identity Collaboration Day in San Francisco.

With the increased amount of services available on the Web, the end user is no longer able to easily control access to their distributed data and is often paying the price in both privacy and convenience,” said Maciej Machulak, who leads the SMART project. “User-Managed Access and SMART aim to provide a solution to this problem. These approaches allow people to apply the necessary security and privacy controls to their personal data while retaining all the benefits of social interactions and data sharing that the Web environment offers.

Read more about the award and this year’s winners at the official Kantara Initiative website here. UPDATE: More press coverage available here, here, and here.

Categories: Presentations, Research
  1. Philip Inglesant
    November 11, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    Congratulations to Maciej and all of you at Newcastle!

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