Microsoft Honored with the 2010 HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Award for Technology

Microsoft was honored to accept the "2010 HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Award for Technology". The award was presented by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the world's largest association of privacy professionals, during the IAPP Privacy Academy conference in Baltimore, MD, USA."We won the award for U-Prove, a security and privacy-enhancing technology that helps people […]

Microsoft was honored to accept the "2010 HP-IAPP Privacy Innovation Award for Technology". The award was presented by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the world's largest association of privacy professionals, during the IAPP Privacy Academy conference in Baltimore, MD, USA.

"We won the award for U-Prove, a security and privacy-enhancing technology that helps people protect their identity-related information. U-Prove uses tokens that make it possible for people to protect their identities by enabling them to disclose only the minimum amount of information needed for a transaction – sometimes no personal information may be needed at all," informed Brendon Lynch of Microsoft.

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