In the soon-to-be world in which everything is connected to everything, we will face quite some (unforeseen) challenges. One of those challenges is related to the protection of privacy and security of the system as a whole. The other one is the role of the consumer. To quickly sum it up in a single statement: In the Internet of Things, the consumer is not (only) a customer but (also) a supplier. In this blog post we focus on why we make this statement and why we think this new paradigm holds true. We talk about the fundamental shift in the way we think, or should think, about data and privacy.

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Benjamin Zander is a world-famous classical orchestra conductor. During his talk at TED2008 on ‘classical music and passion’ he refers to a moment of ‘enlightenment’ as I would call it.

I was 45 years old, I’d been conducting for 20 years, and I suddenly had a realization. The conductor …

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In an article that recently appeared on LinkedIn Pulse, one Krzysztof Trojan wrote about the conflics between two major European legislations that have quite some impact on the finance world.

The Revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will require financial institutions (especially banks) to open access to the personal information related …

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