Personal Threat Models and, Speculatively, Privacy Governance

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Personal threat modeling can be a simple and informative self-assessment, and can be contextualized to help people understand how choices within different technology and service environments may affect their privacy, security, and potentially their agency. Speculatively, developer environments can learn from those threat models to create more respectful, safe services out of the gate.
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Bethan Cantrell


Privacy Officer and Strategist, Microsoft

Identity Privacy Risk Management & Governance

ethics governance risk & compliance identity management & governance privacy security awareness



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