The intense focus on privacy in the US and globally has raised pressure on businesses that use personal data to create innovative products and services, such as analytics, AI, blockchain, IoT, digital health, edtech, insurtech, fintech, enterprise software, threat intelligence, fraud prevention, clinical trials and other applications.
This program will focus on how companies can leverage personal data towards innovation, while respecting consumer and business customer expectations, embracing fairness and transparency, and balancing legal requirements with the enforcement climate and reputational risks.
Nicholas Johnston, editor in chief at Axios, will deliver the keynote address, discussing the media’s intense focus on privacy and information security.
|9:30 am – 9:40 am||Introductory Remarks|
|9:40 am – 10:20 am||Setting the Stage – Data Opportunities in Business|
|10:25 am – 11:05 am||Getting to Yes – Securing Data Rights: Theory and War Stories|
|11:10 am – 11:50 am||Danger Zone – Privacy Enforcement|
|11:55 am – 12:15 pm||Keynote Address|
|12:35 pm – 1:15 pm||Lunch Panel: Managing Your Privacy Brand|
Ann Bevitt – Partner, cyber/data/privacy, Cooley
Angelique Carson – Editor, The Privacy Advisor, International Association of Privacy
Ken Frydman – CEO, Source Communications
Mia Havel – Lead Compliance Officer and Senior Privacy Counsel, Marsh & McLennan Companies
Nicholas Johnston – Editor in Chief, Axios
Travis LeBlanc – Partner and cyber/data/privacy Vice Chair, Cooley
Jake Perlman-Garr – Founder and CEO, Kanga, and Co-Founder, Datavore
Dr. Nikon Rasumov – Product Lead for Machine Learning, CloudFlare
Boris Segalis – Partner and cyber/data/privacy Vice Chair, Cooley
Bob Sullivan – Journalist and author of New York Times bestsellers Gotcha Capitalism and Stop Getting Ripped Off!
Ashley Yesayan – Vice President, Revolution Growth