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Could Single Sign-on Save the Internet?

Could Single Sign-on Save the Internet?

As WIRED’s Lily Hay Newman wrote last week, Sign In with Apple lets you use your Apple ID account credentials to sign into non-Apple apps. Like Facebook Login and Login with Google, it aims to “centralize a group of accounts around a more secure login that you’re more likely to actively monitor and maintain, rather than a one-off account you set with a weak password.”

Apple is using the same backend protocols for its sign-on system as others in the industry. Earlier this week, a senior developer advocate at identity management company Okta went through the early workflow for implementing Sign In with Apple and noted that Apple appears to be using industry-standard technology for the feature.

“Thankfully, Apple adopted the existing open standards OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect … While they don’t explicitly call out OAuth or OIDC in their documentation, they use all the same terminology and API calls,” Aaron Parecki wrote. “That means if you’re familiar with these technologies, you should have no trouble using Sign In with Apple right away!”

Read the complete article in Wired by Lauren Good

Top Job Pick: Security Privacy Analyst Weston, Florida

Top Job Pick: Security Privacy Analyst Weston, Florida

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Full Time/Perm 
48K – 76K 

Primary/Essential Duties and Key Responsibilities: 

  • Create necessary documentation and guiding materials on privacy strategy and governance model.
  • Work to integrate and maintain NIST RMF (Risk Management Framework).
  • Develop and conduct regular privacy & security impact assessments of operational processes, identifying, and mitigating risks across the company through effective tools, training and guidance.
  • Collaborate with multiple teams including HR, Legal, SAP, I.T., Marketing, Web Team, Accounting and other internal stakeholders for enterprise wide coverage of the privacy & security function.
  • Assist business units to develop corrective action plans for identified compliance issues.
  • Conduct and maintain EU-US Privacy Shield and Swiss-US Privacy Shield registrations.
  • Follow evolving privacy regulations and laws globally and ensure the business is aware and prepared.
  • Follow evolving security threats and laws globally and ensure the business is aware and prepared.

Required Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of Privacy Shield, European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), e-Privacy Directive, Canada Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), the British Columbia and Alberta Personal Information Protection Act(s), and the Ontario Act Respecting the Protection of Personal Information in the Private Sector.
  • Experience conducting and creating Privacy Impact Assessments.
  • Experience conducting and creating Security Impact Assessments.
  • Knowledge of the data lifecycle and impact to privacy & security controls.
  • Knowledge of cookie consents and digital marketing privacy considerations.

Experience, Certification:

  • 3 years minimum experience in a Risk Management or Privacy Analyst Role.
  • CIPP/US, CIPP/E or CIPT certification.

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12th Annual CIO Golf Outing – Sep 20

12th Annual CIO Golf Outing – Sep 20

Welcome to the 12th Annual CIO Golf Outing

With sponsorship opportunities starting at just $350, we’ve made taking part in the most anticipated golf outing of the year easier than ever.

Good to know: You sponsorship dollars contribute directly to the success of the CIO Council Scholarship Fund which to date has awarded over 30 scholarships to deserving young students in the Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Our Golf Packages include:

  • Awards and Prizes
    • 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Foursome Award
    • Men’s and Ladies’ longest drive
    • Men’s and Ladies’ closest to the pin
  • Breakfast
  • Practice Range
  • Roaming Drink Carts
  • Golf Cart and all fees
  • 4-person scramble
  • Mulligans available for purchase during registration
  • Catered luncheon and awards reception
  • Great raffle prizes
  • Tremendous networking and camaraderie
  • Fees support the CIO Council Scholarship Fund
2019 Technology Awards – CIO Nominations Close July 3

2019 Technology Awards – CIO Nominations Close July 3

The 2019 Technology Awards honors CIOs in South Florida and will reveal the rankings of the Fastest-growing Technology Companies in South Florida.


The CIO Awards honors chief information officers who lead their organizations in delivering business value and innovative use of IT in the private company and the public company sectors. The awards will recognize South Florida-based CIOs who have demonstrated these key characteristics:

• Ability to work productively with business partners

• Alignment of technology direction with the company’s strategy

• Innovation either internally or in the form of new products or services

• Growth in their information technology team

• Demonstration of strong leadership

• Involvement in their community

In addition to the public company and private company categories, one CIO Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented.

Eligibility requirements: All candidates should perform the top technology executive role at their company, regardless of their title (ie: CIO, CTO, VP of Information Technology, etc.) The company must have a minimum of 10 employees and be in business for a minimum of two full years.

Applications will be accepted online only using the form and the deadline to complete is July 3, 2019.


$200K+ Executive Director, TechLauderdale

$200K+ Executive Director, TechLauderdale

How important is building the tech community to you?  TechLauderdale, powered by the SFTA, is the driving force of ITPalooza, SUP-X and much of the tech in Broward County.  We’re transforming from a traditional volunteer-led & run organization (SFTA) to professionally salaried staff, hired on a mission to execute the vision of TechLauderdale https://techlauderdale.org/leadership/.

If you, or someone you know, may be interested in the Executive Director role, or the Event Manager role, please view the full job descriptions and apply through these links:



Thank you,
Alex Funkhouser, President
TechLauderdale Board of Directors

How the region can further fuel tech growth

How the region can further fuel tech growth

Diversity, collaboration, a sense of energy, great weather and low taxes are some of the factors fueling the growth of the technology scene in South Florida, according to a panel convened by SFBW and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance.

Still, there are challenges, such as a need for more startup and venture funding. There’s also a misperception about the amount of tech activity in the region.

This is the second in a series of four discussions SFBW is conducting with the Alliance, which is Broward county’s public/private partnership for economic development. The first discussion was about corporate headquarters. Upcoming discussions will look at the region’s aviation/aerospace and life sciences industry clusters.

Read the complete article published in SFBW. By: Kevin Gale