Kenneth Olmstead

Kenneth Olmstead

Internet Privacy & Security Analyst

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Kenneth (Kenny) Olmstead is the Internet Security & Privacy Analyst that will help research, analyze, write, and review technical content relating to OTA issues - identity, security, privacy, and data stewardship. He will also help with communications and engage the OTA Committees on technical and techno-policy issues.

Before joining the Internet Society, Kenny spent 12 years at the Pew Research Center studying how the internet affects American life. In that time, he studied various topics ranging from how the Internet changed the business of journalism, to how Americans view cybersecurity, to privacy issues in the Android ecosystem. He has a Master’s degree in Communications, Culture & Technology from Georgetown University.

Kenny is located in our Reston office.

Latest posts

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Privacy 1 May 2019

How the Internet Society’s Privacy Statement Stacks Up

For ten years, the Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance (OTA) has published an annual comprehensive survey of 1,200 sites’...

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Privacy 15 April 2019

Privacy First for Security Companies

Privacy has become a major issue around the world. Hopeful presidential candidates, such as Elizabeth Warren, have proposed privacy...

Building Trust 28 November 2018

New Report: Major Online Retailers Increase Email Marketing Trustworthiness and Follow Unsubscribe Best Practices

Author: Kenneth Olmstead Today, the Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance released its fifth annual Email Marketing & Unsubscribe Audit. OTA researchers analyzed the email...

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