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Congressional Testimony

A 2-post collection

Here's What I'm Telling US Congress about Data Breaches

Last week I wrote about my upcoming congressional testimony and wow - you guys are awesome! Seriously, the feedback there was absolutely sensational and it's helped shape what I'll be saying to the US Congress, including lifting specific wording and phrases provided by some of you. Thank you! As I explained in that first blog post, I'm required to submit a written testimony 48 hours in advance of the event. That testimony is now publicly accessible and reproduced below. Do keep in mind that the context here is the impact on identity verification in "a post-breach world". My task is to ensure that the folks at the hearing understand how prevalent breaches are, how broadly they're distributed and...

I'm Testifying in Front of Congress in Washington DC about Data Breaches - What Should I Say?

Edit: I'm putting this up front as a lot of people are asking for it - the hearing will be live-streamed on YouTube and there's already an embedded video on the hearing page. There's a title I never expected to write! But it's exactly what it sounds like and on Thursday next week, I'll be up in front of US congress on the other side of the world testifying about the impact of data breaches. It's an amazing opportunity to influence decision makers at the highest levels of government and frankly, I don't want to stuff it up which is why I'm asking the question - what should I say? For a bit more context, I've been chatting with folks...