Jan 9 2012
Venturing in the Privacy Tug-Of War: Opportunities in Controlling Personal Data
 

Venturing in the Privacy Tug-Of War:
Opportunities in Controlling Personal Data

 

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Saturday, January 14, 2012
at the California Institute of Technology,
Pasadena, California
Registration and Continental Breakfast:
8:00 a.m. Baxter Lecture Hall
Program:
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Baxter Lecture Hall
Networking:
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Baxter Lecture Hall

 

Cost:
$40 on-line registration fee; $50 at-the-door; $10 for students with full-time student ID and free for Caltech students (must show ID at door). Caltech students can now register online.
On-line Registration closes at 5:00 PM on Thursday, January 12, 2012. There are no refunds for no-shows.

 

For more networking:
Bring your business card to be included in a voluntary list of attendee contact information, which will be distributed only to you and others who bring their card.

 

Event Preview

With more data collected on us in a week than on our grandparents in their lifetimes, technologies like multi-source data aggregation, contextual analysis and Facebook image recognition can reveal addresses, social sercuity numbers and more with minimal searching–without the subject’s consent or even awareness.

Our buying habits, medical history, identity in a crowd, keystrokes logged in real time… all are being collected for marketing, law enforcement, and siphoning bank accounts! Historically, technology advances, dating back to the invention of photography, provoked privacy concerns (and led to new legislation). Now, the ubiquity of private data calls out for technologies not just to analyze data and identify best practices, but also to create new laws, to curb corporate excesses, and protect both our identity and our reputations!

Where are the opportunities for companies to innovate technologies and build businesses on either side of the privacy issue? Some are pushing the envelope in areas such as location-based services, facial recognition, and social media semantic analysis in order to exploit our personal information. On the “pro-privacy” side, there are new ventures offering reputation management, threat analysis and mitigation, and information security.

We explore these issues, and look at entrepreneurial opportunities and challenges surfacing in this mixed-up world of privacy versus personalization.

Keynote Speaker

Dan Caprio – Senior Strategic Advisor and Independent Consultant, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLPLinkedIn

Panelists

William Quigley – Managing Director, Clearstone Venture PartnersLinkedIn

Marc Crandall, JD, CIPP – Senior Manager of Global Compliance, Google

Andrew Cummins – Chief Strategy Officer, SceneTap

Mark Kapczynski – SVP Corporate Development, ExperianLinkedIn

Dan Caprio – Senior Strategic Advisor and Independent Consultant, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLPLinkedIn

Moderator

Bennet Kelley – Founder, Internet Law CenterLinkedIn

Producers

Robert YamashitaManaging Director, CogenticLinkedIn

Michael M. Krieger Attorney at Law, Willenken Wilson Loh & Lieb

Lynn FosterCEO, BPT PharmaceuticalsLinkedIn

Stephanie YanchinskiExecutive Director, FLoWLinkedIn

Location

Baxter Lecture Hall
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA

Directions/Maps: Directions to the Forum

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