Privacy is becoming an ever increasing concern in our world today. Social Networks today are now focusing on users’ privacy given the inherent security risks posed by organizations’ access to personally identifiable information. The European Union has enacted GDPR valuing privacy whereas on the opposite end of the spectrum, China has implemented a Social Credit System.
The Boundary of Security & Privacy
What role do reputational systems play in our society? How do we design security controls for information systems balancing user’s rights to their personal information? Where’s the boundary of security and privacy? Come to our session to hear a distinguished panel of speakers discuss this topic in detail!
Moderator: Robert Brese, VP & Executive Partner, Gartner
*Dr. Ron Ross, Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology
*Terence Jackson, CISO, Thycotic
*Anthony Johnson, former Managing VP & Deputy CISO, Cyber Security Capital One
*Shaun Khalfan, Vice President Information Security, Freddie Mac
At our inaugural cybersecurity cruise, we will be presenting the “Next Generation Thought Leader” award. The “Next Generation Thought Leader” Award is established by the Cloud Security Alliance’s DC Metro area chapter (CSA-DC) to provide recognition to individuals or teams who are shining the light and leading our way into the future with timely high value research expected to have a powerful and positive impact on the practice of cloud security. Based on an annual, peer elected selection of research topics provided by members of the CSA-DC Chapter, this award is presented to researchers who have established a clear research direction and taken steps to advance the cloud security body of knowledge.
Thursday, September 26 | 4:45 pm – 8:30 pm
Transit Pier | Elite Spirit Cruise
950 Wharf Street
Register today for this exclusive event!
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