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Identity management and cloud computing in the automotive industry: first empirical results from a quantitative survey
Open Identity Summit 2015
The automotive industry forms a complex network of original equipment manufacturers and suppliers that requires a high level of cooperation in development projects. Therefore, an efficient identity management system is needed to control access to exchanged data and collaboratively used IT-solutions supporting the development ...
Analyzing the state-of-the-art of scientific publications on identity management: is there an economic perspective?
Open Identity Summit 2014
Although sophisticated identity management (IdM) technologies have been developed for quite a while, they are not as broadly used as could be expected - in the corporate but especially in an end-user context. Some authors have argued that the reason for this lack of diffusion is not to be found in technological or privacy ...
Open ecosystem platforms for assistants and IoT-devices: a look into corporate practice
Open Identity Summit 2017
Platforms are becoming an increasingly important part of today’s and future innovations. However, from a privacy and security, as well as from a societal perspective, closed proprietary platforms, the currently dominant form, possess certain potentially problematic features. This is why many call for open ecosystem ...
Enabling SMEs to comply with the complex new EU data protection regulation
Open Identity Summit 2019
The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces privacy requirements that pose a complex challenge especially for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). In this paper, we present a software-supported process model developed by us that helps SMEs to establish processes ensuring the rights of the data ...
Agent-based Models as a Method to Analyse Privacy-friendly Business Models in an Assistant Ecosystem
Open Identity Summit 2020
Various projects and initiatives strive towards designing privacy friendly open platforms and ecosystems for digital products and services. However, besides mastering technical challenges, achieving economic viability and broad market success has so far proven to be difficult for these initiatives. Based on a publicly ...