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Privacy, Security & Your Data
June 18, 2013 - 2:25pm

Last night I returned from Italy and a great experience at the AMICAL Conference in Rome.  As promised in previous blogs, I will share more about it in subsequent blogs, in particular thoughts about liberal education and MOOCs.

In the meantime, tonight there is an interesting live stream event in NYC of which some might want to be aware.  Planned prior to the NSA news, and more focused on corporate responsibilities, this event nonetheless will have to at least touch on contemporary issues, highlighting overall the significant role that "privacy" is playing in global culture.

Hope you can join us!




"Privacy, Security & Your Data - Concerns in a Changing World"

In this fast paced, technological world, our personal information is vulnerable every single day. As companies grow globally, and cyber security becomes ever more challenging, how do businesses preserve individual privacy and maintain the security of personal data?

Presented by Cornell University and Hunton & Williams LLP, please join us for a livestream event, broadcasted from New York City.

To tune in, visit our Livestream page a few minutes before the broadcast.

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Time*: 6:45PM (EDT)
TUNE IN HERE
No pre-registration necessary. Free to tune in.
*Please base your start time on your specific time-zone.

Keynote: The Changing Landscape of Lawful Access (30min)
Panel: Hot topics in Global Privacy and Data Security (60min)

Speakers:
Keith Enright, Senior Privacy Counsel, Google
Mark Fasciano '90, Managing Director & Internet Entrepreneur, Canrock Ventures
Tracy Mitrano JD '95, Director of IT Policy and Institute for Computer Policy and Law, Cornell University
Lisa Sotto '84, Head, Privacy and Data Security Practice, Hunton & Williams LLP
JoAnn Stonier, SVP/Global Privacy & Data Usage Officer, MasterCard Worldwide
Stephen B. Wicker, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University

 

 

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