Privacy+Security Forum Chart of Session Times + Speakers

Daniel Solove
Founder of TeachPrivacy

Privacy+Security Forum

I’m very excited that the 1st annual Privacy + Security Forum (Oct. 21-23 in Washington, DC) is finally beginning!

We have about 190 speakers and 60+ sessions.

 

Session Descriptions: Session Descriptions Guide
Readings: Readings for each session are on our schedule page
Session Times and Location: Session Times and Location Chart.

Below is a chart with session titles, speakers, times, and room assignments.  I designed this chart to be easy to access online.

WEDNESDAY OCT 21

WEDNESDAY OCT 21
BREAKFAST
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
ROOM 302
WEDNESDAY OCT 21
AM Workshops
9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Information Privacy Law: Foundations
Workshop (Level 101) ROOM  307

Daniel Solove, Randy Sabett
Understanding the FTC on Privacy and Data Security
Workshop (Level 201) ROOM 309

Woodrow Hartzog, Kevin Moriarty
Data Security: Foundations
Workshop (Level 101) ROOM  301

David Rusting, Ronise Zenon
WEDNESDAY OCT 21
BREAK – SNACKS & REFRESHMENTS
10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
ROOM 302
WEDNESDAY OCT 21
LUNCH
12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
ROOM 302
WEDNESDAY OCT 21
PM Workshops
1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
EU Privacy Law: Foundations
Workshop (Level 101) ROOM  307

Paul Schwartz, John Bowman, Dennis Hirsch
Data Security Law: Foundations
Workshop (Level 101) ROOM 309

Lisa Sotto, Daniel Solove, David Stampley, Susan Shook
PCI: The Essentials and Handling Data Breaches Involving Credit Card Data
Workshop (Level 201) ROOM 301

Chris Zoladz, Donna Fickett
California Privacy Law
Workshop (Level 101) ROOM 308

Lothar Determann
WEDNESDAY OCT 21
BREAK – SNACKS & REFRESHMENTS
ICE CREAM SUNDAE BAR
3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
ROOM 302

 THURSDAY OCT 22

THURSDAY OCT 22
BREAKFAST
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

THURSDAY OCT 22
Session 1
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Switch Hitters: Learning from Professionals Who Do Both Privacy and Security
(Level 201 ROOM 403) Al Raymond, Ruby Zefo, David Cass
Future Trends in Privacy and Security
(Level 201 ROOM 308) Mike Hintze, Lance Cottrell, Kirk Nahra
Cybersecurity Policy: The Role of the Government
(Level 201 ROOM 405) Paul Rosenzweig, Edward McNicholas
Understanding the FTC: Lessons from FTC Investigations and Other Experiences
(Level 201 GRAND BALLROOM) Timothy Tobin, Jamie Hine, James Koenig, Michael Lamb, Michelle Rosenthal
Health Data De-Identification
(Level 301 ROOM 310) Khaled El Emam
Privacy and Trust
(Level 201 ROOM 402-404) Neil Richards, Emily Schlesinger, Jonathan King
Privacy and Security Self-Regulation 2.0
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Leigh Freund, Dona Fraser, Stuart Ingis
Current and Future HHS Initiatives in Health Privacy
(Level 201 ROOM 407) Deven McGraw, Adam Greene, Kim Green
The Sunken Safe Harbor: The ECJ’s Decision and Beyond
(Level 201 ROOM 309) Lothar Determann, Andrea Glorioso, Donna Wilson

THURSDAY OCT 22
BREAK – SNACKS & REFRESHMENTS
10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

THURSDAY OCT 22
Session 2
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The FTC and Data Security
(Level 201 GRAND BALLROOM) Terrell McSweeny, Woodrow Hartzog
Privacy Engineering
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Michelle Dennedy, Thomas Finneran, Jonathan Fox
Communications Privacy and Security and FCC Enforcement
(Level 201 ROOM 405) Travis LeBlanc, Sherrese Smith, Christopher Yoo
The Electronic Communications Privacy Act and Access to User Data: Advanced Issues
(Level 301 ROOM 308) Marc Zwillinger, Chris Madsen, Elizabeth Banker, Nathan Judish
Data Breach Response Scenario Exercise
(Level 201 ROOM 309) James Aquilina, Antony Kim, Jenny Durkan
Tracking and Targeting: Online, on Mobile Devices, and in Social Media
(Level 301 ROOM 407) Reed Freeman, Heather Zachary, Brad Weltman, Alexis Goltra
Privacy and Security Fiction Club
(Level 101 ROOM 403) Peter Winn, Joseph Jerome,  Jacqueline Klosek, Kevin Bankston, Heather West
Interoperability and Cross-Border Data Transfer: APEC, EU, BCRs, and Beyond
(Level 301 ROOM 402-404) Chris Babel, Jan Dhont, Josh Harris
Student and Children’s Data: FERPA, COPPA, and Beyond
(Level 201 ROOM 310) Jules Polonetsky, Katie Ratte, Joel Reidenberg
LUNCH
12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

THURSDAY OCT 22
Session 3
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Privacy and Data Security Harms and Standing
(Level 201 GRAND BALLROOM) Daniel Solove, Danielle Citron, Aaron Burstein
Privacy Impact Assessment Scenario Exercise
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Scott Goss, Kam Golpariani
Getting to Accountability: Effective Privacy and Security Management
(Level 201 ROOM 308) Constantine Karbaliotis, Antonis Patrikios
New Health Information Technologies: Privacy and Security Risks
(Level 201 ROOM 407) Nancy Perkins, Lucia Savage, Ivelisse Clausell , Hilary Wandall
Privacy and Security for the Internet of Things
(Level 201 ROOM 405) Beth Hill, Raj Singh, Gerry Stegmaier
What We Can Learn from DefCon – Hacking Comes in All Varieties
(Level 101 ROOM 309) Mark Schreiber, Scott Erven, Nico Sell
Control in the Information Ecosystem: Who Has it?  Does It Exist?
(Level 201 ROOM 402-404) Daniel Goldstein, Stephen Ruckman, Steven Visser
Breaking Glass Ceilings: Executive Women in Privacy and Security
(Level 101 ROOM 403) Sharon Anolik, Debbie Bromson, Ruby Zefo, K Royal, Lourdes Turrecha
THURSDAY OCT 22
BREAK – SNACKS & REFRESHMENTS
ICE CREAM SUNDAE BAR
3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

THURSDAY OCT 22
Session 4
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Privacy and Security in the Public v. Private Sector: A Comparison
(Level 101 ROOM 403) Peter E. Sand, John Kropf, Yael Weinman, Reed Freeman
Authentication and Control Frameworks: Operationalizing a Safeguard
(Level 201 ROOM 402-404) David Sheidlower, Stuart Shapiro, Ian Glazer
Privacy and Security by Design
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Ira Rubinstein, Ronald Lee
The FTC and Cross-Sector Enforcement in Health, Education, and Other Domains
(Level 201 ROOM 407)  Maneesha Mithal, Jennifer Geetter, Heidi Wachs
Conducting a Privacy Investigation
(Level 201 ROOM 405) Behnam Dayanim, Pedro Pavón
PR for Data Security and Privacy Crises
(Level 201 GRAND BALLROOM) Melanie Thomas, Devlin Barrett
Privacy and Security Film and TV Club
(Level 101 ROOM 309) James Aquilina, Lara Kehoe Hoffman, Chris Calabrese, David Lieber, Ian Ballon
Defining “Reasonable Data Security” and “Personal Data” Across Borders
(Level 201 ROOM 308) Saira Nayak, Jim Adler, Heather Wade

 FRIDAY OCT 23

FRIDAY OCT 23
BREAKFAST
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

FRIDAY OCT 23
Session 5
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Do CPOs Need to Learn How to Code? The Skills Needed to Bridge the Law/Technology Divide
(Level 201 ROOM 302) Paul Ohm, Joseph Hall
Data and Goliath: A Conversation with Bruce Schneier on Surveillance
(Level 101 GRAND BALLROOM) Bruce Schneier, Becky Richards, Peter Swire
Understanding the Internet’s Hidden Digital Architecture
(Level 201 ROOM 403) Todd Ruback, Rachel Glasser, Denelle Dixon-Thayer
Designing Notice and Consent into the Internet of Things: A Hands-on Workshop
(Level 201 ROOM 407) Lorrie Cranor, Florian Schaub
The Role of Privilege in Privacy and Security Investigations
(Level 301 ROOM 301) Adam Greene , Bob Chaput
Cyber Insurance: How It Works, How to Select a Policy, and Emerging Trends and Practices
(Level 201 ROOM 309) Sean Hoar, Kimberly Holmes, Keith Fricke
Congruence and Tension: Where Privacy and Security Align and Where They Don’t
(Level 201 ROOM 405) Dennis Devlin, Stacey Halota
Privacy and Security at the Board Level: How to Interact with the Board of Directors
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Harriet Pearson, Jane Storero, Fran Maier, Jenny Menna

FRIDAY OCT 23
BREAK – SNACKS & REFRESHMENTS
10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

FRIDAY OCT 23
Session 6
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Privacy, Security, and Fairness by Design: What the FTC Does (and Doesn’t Do)
(Level 201 GRAND BALLROOM) Maneesha Mithal, Kurt Wimmer
The World Beyond HIPAA
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Daniel J. Solove, Heather Egan Sussman, Rebecca Shore-Suslowitz, Kate Black
Federal and State Electronic Surveillance Laws and Their Impact on Organizations
(Level 201 ROOM 302) Susan Freiwald, Michael Sussmann
Vendor Management
(Level 201 ROOM 309) Kristen Mathews, Mark Faber, Mohamed Ayad
Privacy and Security Non-Fiction Club
(Level 101 ROOM 301) Frank Pasquale , Evan Selinger, Jay Stanley
Big Data and Discrimination
(Level 101 ROOM 403) Dipayan Ghosh, Erika Brown Lee, Chris Wolf
Complex Legal Challenges with Data Breach Response and Cyber Forensics
(Level 301 ROOM 308) Devon Bryan, Paul Davis
Data Breach Liability
(Level 201 ROOM 407) Al Saikali, Matthew Meade, Kari Rollins

FRIDAY OCT 23
LUNCH
12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

FRIDAY OCT 23
Session 7
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Legislating Privacy and Security: Lessons from the Legislative Process (Level 201 ROOM 307) Heather West, Lara Flint, Harley Geiger, Slade Bond
Are Good Security Measures Always Good for Privacy? A Discussion of NIST Frameworks
(Level 301 ROOM 309) Adam Sedgewick, Naomi Lefkovitz, Jeff Brueggeman
Engineering for Privacy: What is Easy? What is Difficult?
(Level 101 ROOM 308) John Grant, Daniel Weitzner
Human Security Risks: How to Detect and Deal with Malicious Insiders, Chinese Espionage, and Other Threats
(Level 101 GRAND BALLROOM) Eric O’Neill
Health Data Breaches and OCR Investigations
(Level 201 ROOM 403)  Jennifer Archie, Tim West, Paul Luehr
High-Risk Data in the Cloud and the Internet of Things: What Really Works?
(Level 301 ROOM 407) Jon Neiditz , Cliff Baker
Designing User Interfaces for Privacy
(Level 301 ROOM 302) Rob Sherman, Morgan Reed, Laura VanDruff
Data Breach Fallout: The Legal and Ethical Considerations Concerning Stolen Data
(Level 201 ROOM 301) Michael Gottlieb, Jon Mills, Josh Goldfoot, Bob Sullivan
The Impact of Government Surveillance Law on Business
(Level 101 ROOM 405) Nuala O’Connor, Gerry Stegmaier, Frank Torres

FRIDAY OCT 23
BREAK – SNACKS & REFRESHMENTS
ICE CREAM SUNDAE BAR
3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Food in ROOM 311   Seating in GRAND BALLROOM

FRIDAY OCT 23
Session 8
3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

From the Economics to the Behavioral Economics of Privacy
(Level 101 ROOM 302) Alessandro Acquisti
The Future of Research:  What HIPAA Changes is Congress Proposing?  What Should Be Changed?
(Level 201 ROOM 301) Ann Waldo, Doug Peddicord, Daniel Barth-Jones, Sarah Kitchell, Jennifer Geetter
When Lawyers Talk with Engineers: Avoiding the Lost in Translation Problem
(Level 101 ROOM 308) Peter Swire, Aaron Massey, Justin Hemmings
Security Risks with the Internet of Things: Lessons from a Live Demonstration
(Level 301 ROOM 309) Steven Roosa, Joseph Calandrino
EU Data Protection Regulation: What Will Change? What Remains the Same?
(Level 201 ROOM 307) Paul Schwartz, Shaundra Watson, Andrea Glorioso
FTC Privacy and Security Alumni: Reflections and Insights
(Level 201 ROOM 403)  Joel Winston, Lydia Parnes, Debbie Matties, Janis Kestenbaum, Robert Mahini

 

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This post was authored by Professor Daniel J. Solove, who through TeachPrivacy develops computer-based privacy training, data security training, HIPAA training, and many other forms of awareness training on privacy and security topics.  This post was originally posted on his blog at LinkedIn, where Solove is a “LinkedIn Influencer.” His blog has more than 900,000 followers.

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