Helping build safe immersive environments
X Reality Safety Initiative – XRSI – is viewed by many stakeholders as a necessary component of proactively anticipating and addressing the cybersecurity challenges faced by globally dispersed researchers when establishing baseline standards and discovery of novel cyber attacks in emerging technologies.
XRSI in the press
In October 2021, our founder and CEO, Kavya Pearlman, flew to Bern (Switzerland) for the most important cybersecurity conference in the Country. This year, the conference was focused on “Securing the Supply Chain”. Kavya took the stage on October, 12, addressing on the anatomy of the Metaverse and the emerging challenges for the immersive domain. […]
“’If I don’t want my [property]… put on a virtual world as… an NFT, what do we do?’” says cybersecurity expert Kavya Pearlman about the lack of laws to regulate the metaverse — or virtual world. 60 Minutes+ correspondent Laurie Segall reports on the big money being spent in a world somewhere between digital and […]
ARPost reports on Day 3 of the Augmented World Expo 2021, back in person in Santa Clara (CA), highlighting the Metaverse Privacy, Security & Safety in the Era of Constant Reality Capture panel (curated by XRSI and featuring our CEO, Kavya Pearlman, and our advisors Dennis Bonilla and Kristina Podnar). Early on day three, Pearlman […]
Fostering a healthy research cyberinfrastructure ecosystem
Encouraging policy coordination
Resolving financial barriers to research
Establishing Safety and Ethics standards
XR Data Classification Roundtable
XRSI, supported by Facebook Reality Labs, seeks interest from XR stakeholders, technologists, human rights experts, Philanthropic funds, and civil liberty organizations to be part of the XR Data Classification Roundtable hosted during XR Safety Week ( 6-10 December 2021).
The XRSI Privacy Framework
XR Industry is moving fast, so is the urgency to create standards, guidelines, and awareness for XR stakeholders. Recent news about data, privacy, and safety concerns are growing as the technological advancements take place. To address this urgent XRSI is releasing a novel Privacy framework version 1.0.