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How can technology help with global privacy regulation compliance, data analytics, and help us manage shared APIs, multiple companies, divisions, and departments with different data utilization strategies. How can differential privacy allow us to engage in meaningful research or demographic studies with detailed and privacy-protected datasets? Where are we now in the art of data management, software architecture, and where will we be in five years or ten years? How does self-sovereign identity play into this? Which historical experiences are analogous to our privacy and data protection work now and why is today’s IoT, video surveillance, facial recognition, artificial intelligence, and machine learning world different?
Janelle Hsia – Principal, Privacy SWAN Consulting
Janelle Hsia is a trusted advisor for strategic and tactical decision-making within organizations of all sizes. She focuses on privacy and security while bringing a diverse background in leadership, business, security, privacy, and technology spanning over 20 years. Her experience integrating privacy with security and technology helps companies operationalize their privacy and security requirements. She creates comprehensive and tailored data governance programs for SMBs with a global presence. Her passion is privacy and data protection training and awareness. This fall, she is teaching a class on Privacy and Technology at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She is an ISSA Privacy SIG Tri-Chair and one of our 2022 Volunteers of the Year. She is a member of the IEEE Digital Privacy Working Group and an IAPP Official Training Partner. She holds the following certifications CIPM, CIPT, CIPP/US/E, CISA, PMP, and GSLC.
Brian Scriber – Vice President of Security Technologies, CableLabs
Brian Scriber is a Distinguished Technologist at CableLabs and is the Vice President of Security Technologies. Brian works with technology policy, wired, and wireless networking leaders on security strategy and implementation using advanced technologies and techniques including PKI, blockchains, encryption, and differential privacy.
Brian holds a B.S.E in Computer Engineering (University of Michigan) a M.S. in Computer Science (University of Colorado), and an M.B.A. in Technical Strategy (University of Colorado). From 2015 through 2019, Brian was the chair of the Security Working Group at the Open Connectivity Foundation and continues to serve as an officer on the Board of Directors for that organization. Brian brings his extensive experience in software, security, and cryptographic governance to both economic and technical analysis activities.
Brian’s background includes technical and executive leadership roles creating and protecting strategic network communications at companies including Nortel, Lockheed Martin, Sun Microsystems; protecting financial information and transactions in the financial sector as well as protecting privacy and portability of personal information with companies in the healthcare and insurance markets.
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