This document now provides a fine grained description of a technical approach to deal with the management of dynamic consent and privacy within organisations and in distributed scenarios (e.g. the cloud and supply-chains).
Specifically, the document uses the EnCoRe third case study (focusing on the UK Cabinet Office/Identity Assurance Programme) to illustrate use cases and capabilities in a distributed environment, involving multiple Service Providers, Identity Providers, and Attribute Providers via Federated Identity Management.
HP Labs have implemented a fully working Service Framework - technology and demonstrator - supporting all the capabilities discussed in the architectural document. The demonstrator shows how dynamic consent and privacy management can be effectively deployed in a context such as the IDA Federated scenario.
We are keen in exploring potential technological trials, jointly with our HP business groups. Please contact me for more information.
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