My new annual event, the Privacy + Security Forum (Oct. 21-23 in Washington, DC), is just a week away. I’m very excited about it. The goals of the event are to better unite privacy and security and to have sessions that are substantive and interactive
There will be more than 180 speakers at this event, including:
- policymakers from the FTC, FCC, HHS, DOJ, NSA, NIST, U.S. Senate staff, and the White House
- privacy and security professionals from Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, AT&T, Mozilla, McAfee, Facebook, Google, Walt Disney, Ghostery, TRUSTe, Intel, Twitter, ADP, 23andMe, Stroz Friedberg, Procter & Gamble, Pepco Holdings, Graham Holdings, Treliant, Yahoo, Verizon, IBM, Qualcomm, and others
- partners focusing on privacy and security law at Covington, Manatt, Hogan Lovells, Paul Hastings, Arnold & Porter, WilmerHale, Perkins Coie, Paul Hastings, McDermott, BuckleySandler, Proskauer, Cooley, Sidley, Boies, Ropes & Gray, Wiley Rein, Latham & Watkins, Hunton & Williams, Alston & Bird, and others
- academics from Washington University Law, Georgetown Law, GW Law School, U. Pennsylvania Law, Carnegie Mellon, MIT, Berkeley Law, Georgia Tech, and others
- thought leaders from associations and advocacy groups such as FPF, ACLU, CDT, ACT, NAI, and others
Here is a conference guide (PDF) that describes the event in detail.
We still have spaces open, but they won’t last long, so please register very soon.
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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.
Professor Solove is the organizer, along with Paul Schwartz of the Privacy + Security Forum (Oct. 21-23 in Washington, DC), an annual event that aims to bridge the silos between privacy and security.