AIM Global Addresses Dept. of Homeland Security


WARRENDALE, PA—AIM Global president Dan Mullen addressed the Dept. of Homeland Security Privacy Office's Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee. He was one of four technology experts selected to speak during the public comments segment of an all-day meeting addressing privacy concerns and issues surrounding the use of RFID technologies for national security protections. The advisory committee advises the Secretary of the Dept. of Homeland Security and the DHS Chief Privacy Officer on programmatic, policy, operational, administrative, and technical issues within DHS that affect individual privacy, as well as data integrity and data interoperability and other privacy-related issues.


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