Upcoming Presentations and Events
- "Privacy Matters" Forum, NSW Privacy Commissioner, Privacy Awareness Week, Sydney, 8 May 2015, http://www.ipc.nsw.gov.au/privacy-awareness-week-2015
- "Is a Biometrics Trust Mark Viable?". Identity New Zealand, Wellington, 28 May 2015, http://identityconference.victoria.ac.nz/default.aspx
- "The Biometrics Institute Trust Mark proposal". Biometrics Institute Asia-Pacific Conference, Sydney, 28 May 2015, http://www.biometricsinstitute.org/events.php/527/biometrics-institute-asia-pacific-conference-2015
- "Privacy Master Class" (one day tutorial for infosec professionals), AusCERT 2015 Security Conference, Gold Coast Queensland, 2 June 2015, https://conference.auscert.org.au/
- "Rationing Identity in the Internet of Things", Cloud Identity Summit, San Diego, 9 June 2015, http://www.cloudidentitysummit.com.
4 May 2015: Steve will present an all day privacy tutorial for infosec professionals.
2 Feb 2015: The Biometrics Institute has engaged Lockstep for a feasibility study of a proposed privacy trust mark.
18 Aug 14: Steve will speak on a panel on the future of Identity Assurance
22 July 14: Steve presented "The Authentication Family Tree" at the "CISmcc" Conference.
9 April 14: Steve will make a "lively and timely" presentation to the annual AusCERT conference.
10 Oct 2013: Steve presented to the annual AISA Conference, and provoked people to "Forget identity".
1 Oct 13: Announcing that Steve Wilson is to lead Constellation Research's identity & privacy effort.
27 May 2013: Stephen presented Lockstep's latest Privacy Engineering tools to the AusCERT 2013 infosec conference
Feb 2013: Stephen wrote a column for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) on how to make PbD real.
8 Feb 13: Stephen responded to a report that bioinformaticians at MIT have re-identified anonymously donated DNA by linking genomes to public genealogical databases.
4 Feb 13: I presented my Ecological Theory of Identity to the MIT Legal Hackathon on January 31st.
6 Sep 12: An updated slide deck on the ecological limits to Federated Identity.
5 Mar 12: Stephen had a long letter to the editor published in the Sydney Morning Herald, on the grave privacy risks posed by social media.
23 Jan 12: Stephen is chairing the "Digital ID World" conference in March.
9 Jan 2012: Lockstep & Salinger Privacy completed a major smart meter Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA); the report has been published.
2 Dec 2011: Secure Computing Magazine is running a two part feature on my New Ecological Theory of Digital Identity.
26 Sep 2011: Stephen was interviewed by the ABC for a "Background Briefing" report on mobile payments. Links here.
17 Jun 11: Stephen's fresh and powerful explanation of the shortcomings of other contemporary identity theories, now available.
15 Apr 11: Stephen will present a breakthrough constructive critique of federated identity at Australia's premier security conference in May.
29 Nov 10: With Anna Johnston, we've published a new paper about Facebook and privacy.
7 Nov 10: Stephen will lead a roundtable discussion of digital identity on Nov 25.
14 Sep 10: We are teaming again with Salinger Privacy on a major PIA.
4 Oct 10: Stephen will join an important webinar on e-commerce and identity, on October 20.
6 Jul 10: The smartphone version of Stepwise was selected in Anthill's Smart 100.
15 Jun 10: Stephen will deliver a keynote in Canberra on June 29 [and handouts now available].
5 Jun 10: Three new privacy articles, on health IDs, Google and Social Networking.
10 Mar 10: Stepwise has made the finals of the prestigious Asian
SESAMES awards at Cartes Asia next week in Hong Kong.
12 Apr 10: A new blog questions whether Open Identity makes identity too complicated?
17 Feb 10: Provoked by Buzz, Stephen wrote an op-ed on privacy in today's Sydney Morning Herald.
9 Mar 10: Lockstep's submission on the Health IDs bill is published.
7 Dec 09: Stephen gave a provocative speech at a PCI conference last week.
23 Nov 09: Stephen spoke on how smartcard programs can steer clear of ID cards.
22 Oct 09: Stephen's testimony at the House of Reps Cybercrime hearings is published.
8 Sep 09: Lockstep Technologies will exhibit in October amongst an elite group of innovators.
2 Sep 09: Lockstep presenting at international online research conference.
14 Oct 09: A new column on the pitfalls of Federated Identity.
2 Sep 2009: Lockstep's submission to the House of Reps Cybercrime inquiry has been published.
12 Apr 09: Stepwise named by Anthill Magazine amongst Australia's top 25 innovations.
8 May 09: A new Online Banking Review column.
21 Jun 09: Two new Finextra blogs on a theme of clearer thinking.
18 Jun 09: Stephen is chairing Online Banking Review's "Security 140" July 23.
6 Apr 09: "The Internet has given criminals x-ray vision".
2 Feb 09: Lockstep Technologies has won a place in the Finextra Innovation Showcase.
10 Dec 08: Lockstep's CNP fraud solution, live in action.
27 Feb 09: A new "Babystep" on some of the follies of federated ID, and a number of recent Online Banking Review columns.
10 Sep 08: Lockstep makes the semi finals of the Global Security Challenge.
28 Jan 09: Stephen has been invited to speak on Social Networking Identity, March 11.
03/09/08: Stephen spoke on the technologists panel at the iappANZ Privacy Conference.
12/11/08: Stephen will appear on 'The New Inventors' with Stepwise, our
breakthrough solution to Card Not Present fraud.
11/05/08: Our e-voting proposal has been accepted in the peer reviewed stream.
12/3/08: Stephen delivered the closing address at the ID Summit, Sydney.
31/12/07: A new blog entry about the reality of multiple identities.
24/12/07: A new paper accepted for the international "IDtrust" conference, March 2008.
8/11/07: Lockstep Technologies is pitching its Identity Theft solution, on 13 Dec in Sydney.
31/10/07: Lockstep's anonymity methods enable radically improved e-voting.
21/9/07: Lockstep named as a Finalist in the Anthill Magazine 2007 Cool Company Awards.
18/9/07: Technology neutrality was past its use-by date, Stephen Wilson told The Australian newspaper today.
12/6/07: Keynote address on smartcards as critical infrastructure is now available.
3/4/07: Lockstep is delivering a keynote on smartcards as critical infrastructure June 5, Sydney.
22/3/07: A new "Authentication Family Tree", and "What makes smartcards smart?"
13/3/07: Lockstep Technologies was a winner in the ICT Secrets of Innovation competition.
[4 Mar 07] Lockstep appeared before the Senate Committee on the Access Card bill.
27/2/07: Lockstep Technologies uses smartcards to take better care of your numbers.
[2 Feb 07] Dr Elizabeth Denney Wilson has joined Lockstep as a senior consultant.
[22 Jan 07] An all day tutorial on authentication at the annual AusCERT conference in May.
[19 Dec '06] Lockstep Technologies has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2006 Secrets of Australian ICT Innovation competition.
[15 Dec 06] Stephen was interviewed by ABC "Backgound Briefing" on smartcards.
[25 Oct 06] It's PKI, but not as we know it!
[14 Sep 06] Lockstep's submission to the Access Card Consumer & Privacy Taskforce has been released.
[10 Aug 06] Stephen will speak on smartcards as critical infrastructure at the Homeland Security Summit.
[27 Jul 2006] Stephen was an invited speaker on "Embedded PKI" at the Asia PKI Forum Symposium, Chengdu, China.
[18 Jul 06] It may be politically incorrect, but do consumers really need a choice of security technologies?
[1 Jul 06] Stephen will present at the Information Security Summit in Sydney, August 2nd.
23 June 06] Novel ways for smartcards to combat Medicare fraud while enhancing privacy.
[20 June 06] Two new "Babysteps" discuss interoperability and expose some of the myths surrounding PKI.
[19 May 06] Stephen has been invited to address Visa International's 2006 Asia Pacific Risk Management Conference in Singapore, on June 29.
[9 May 06] OASIS has announced its third international survey to study real-world PKI deployments.
[6 May 06] Babystep 2 provides insights into what really makes smartcards tick.
[22 Mar 06] Lockstep has started a new series of short papers seeking to shed light on various hot topics in authentication.
[30 Jan 06] The Asia Pacific Smartcard Forum will present an important Id Mgt seminar in Sydney on Feb 15.
[4 Jan 06] The journal "China Communications" has published a new paper by Stephen Wilson, "The importance of PKI today".
[15 Nov 05] Stephen was interviewed on biometrics in The Australian today.
[5 Nov 2005] Stephen presented to the 5th International PKI Symposium in Beijing.
[17 Oct 2005] Expressions of Interest sought from participants and industry associations.
[11 Oct 2005] This could change everything!
[26 Sep 2005] On "Relationship Certificates" and a new "Security Printer" model for CAs.
[1 Sep 2005] Lockstep was engaged to architect a national 2FA Pilot.
[24 Aug 2005] Lockstep has developed a new PKI ROI model.
[27 Jan 05] New Lockstep workshop at the e-government evolution conference, Canberra, March 27th. Discounts available.
A brand new PKI resources page has been researched and designed by Lockstep.
Spyware submission, Asia PKI Forum, Online Banking Review reprints, OASIS Open Standards conference