Data privacy is a topic that tends to spur wide-ranging conversations, with dramatically varying national and global pivots. Issues related to data privacy are important and complex, so we expect the topic to generate many discussions among attendees at the annual RSA Conference USA in San Francisco, Feb. 24-28.
Microsoft’s Chief Privacy Officer, Brendon Lynch, will be in attendance and will share his thoughts on emerging trends in the privacy world, as part of a panel of privacy leaders, on Wednesday, Feb. 26. The panelists will tackle current “Hot Topics in Privacy,” with a focus on important and emerging privacy issues. It’s likely they’ll touch on how the proliferation of social media, mobile devices and internet sharing continue to propel privacy discussions globally. Lynch will be joined by Google’s Senior Corporate Counsel for Privacy, Keith Enright, Facebook’s Director of Privacy and Public Policy, Erin Egan, and moderator Trevor Hughes, president and chief executive officer of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
We expect a lively and thoughtful session, and I encourage you to check it out if you’re attending conference. We hope to see you there.
When: Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 from 10:40-11:40 a.m.
Where: West – Room 3014
Panel Details: The explosion of social media, mobile devices and internet sharing has pushed privacy to the forefront of the marketplace and consumer consciousness. Paired with recent developments, including the NSA leaks, privacy is what everyone is talking about. Join an executive panel of privacy leaders from three major companies as we explore the hottest topics and emerging trends in the privacy world.