Wednesday, January 28, 2015    

Open Forum: Data Privacy Trends 2015


Chris Babel, CEO, TRUSTe
Malcolm Harkins, VP/CSPO, Intel Corporation
Casey Oppenheim, Co-founder & CEO, Disconnect
Christina Peters, Chief Privacy Officer, IBM
Justin Somaini, Chief Trust Officer, Box

Fatemeh Khatibloo, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

  The ever-growing demand for big data. Increasingly effective “bad actors,” leading to the worst year on record for data breaches. Privacy practices designed only to deal with compliance or breach response. Conflicting global privacy laws. A growing concern among consumers about who’s doing what with their data.

These and other factors are impacting corporate and consumer needs and behaviors around data privacy like never before. Consumers are increasingly aware of the risks and options as their personal data has effectively become a form of currency. Forrester Research predicts that privacy will be a top business technology agenda item for 2015. Here’s your chance to hear candid, up-to-the-minute views from an impressive panel of leading thinkers about what matters most in data privacy for the year ahead.

Presented by Churchill Club, TRUSTe, and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) in support of Data Privacy Day on January 28—an annual, international day of awareness designed to educate people on privacy issues and how to safeguard personal information. Be among the first to gain access to recently released NCSA and TRUSTe research with thought-provoking insights into consumer attitudes about privacy.



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