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Welcome to the 2014 Privacy XChange Forum

Welcome to the 2014 Privacy XChange Forum

Welcome to the second annual Privacy Exchange Forum, a two-day exploration of the Post Privacy Era uniting a diverse group of leaders from the public and privacy sectors at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona.

In the past year, we've witnessed numerous data breaches impacting a range of industries including financial, retail and health care. Headlines featured high-profile attacks with software bugs such as Shellshock and Heartbleed.

“This forum, The Post Privacy Era, is meant to be a realistic assessment of where things are in the digital world around privacy and a call to action for all of us who are trying find solutions for people and combat these risks in an intelligent way,” said Matt Cullina, chief executive officer at CyberScout, to more than 150 delegates.

Here's a peek at today's panels and lineup of speakers:

  • Keynote Speaker - Kevin Ashton, entrepreneur, The Internet of Things
  • Bull's-Eye: Why High-Risk Industries Are Data Breach Targets - Deena Coffman, CEO of CyberScout Solutions, Dr. Deborah C. Peel, founder and chairwoman of Patient Privacy Righs, Arthur Tisi, CIO of Natural Markets Food Group, Ali Waezzadah, vice president of information security at CBS, and Michael Young, vice president of EverBank.
  • Bird's-Eye View: Transatlantic Data Exposures and Regulatory Enforcement - Moderator Ed Goodman, chief privacy officer of CyberScout, and speakers Ann Cavoukian, executive director of Ryerson University Institute for Privacy and Big Data in Canada, Ginger McCall, associate director at the Electronic Privacy Information Center, Joanne McNabb, director of privacy education and policy at the  California Department of Justice, and David Smith, deputy commissioner of Information Commissioner's Office, the United Kingdom.
  • Small Business, Big Breach: Keeping SMBs Safe, Not Sorry - Moderator Al Pascual III, senior analyst at Javelin Strategy & Research, and speakers Kelly Jackson Higgins of Dark Reading, Barbara Lawler, chief privacy officer at Intuit, Kathleen Porter, an attorney with Robinson & Cole, and Chet Wisniewski, a senior information security adviser at Sophos.
  • Breach Aftermath: Getting a Grip on the Uncertain - Moderator Peter Moraga, vice president of client development at CyberScout, and speakers Eric Dolden, attorney at Dolden, Wallace Folick, Timothy C. Francis of Travelers, Ed Goodman of CyberScout, and Jon Lough of The Hartford.
  • Privacy Face-Off: A Head-to-Head on the Junction of Data Privacy - Moderator Jonathan Mayer, a computer scientist and lawyer conducting research at Stanford University, and speakers Jules Polonetsky, executive director and co-chairman of Future of Privacy Forum, and David Vladeck, former director of the Federal Trade Commission's Consumer Protection Bureau.

     

We'd like to extend a special thanks to our sponsors for the day:

  • Berkley Re Direct
  • Robinson + Cole
  • Travelers BoilerRE
  • ISO
  • Mutual Boiler Re