Protecting customer, patient, and student information is a critical aspect of doing business in the online environment. Learn from industry experts exactly where Internet security and privacy are headed and what challenges remain on the horizon.
In this one-day seminar, we’ll tackle today’s most pressing security and privacy challenges, including:
- How can organizations maintain the trust of customers, students, and patients while simultaneously keeping data secure and providing an open and service-oriented environment?
- What are the risks and liabilities of data breaches? How can technologies help prevent them and what should companies do if they experience a data breach?
- What are the implications of mobility and cloud computing from a security planning perspective? How do businesses protect data in motion in the event of device loss or compromise?
Learn from leading industry, policy and technology experts, including Parry Aftab and Ari Schwartz, who are helping to direct the future of Internet security and privacy.
Panelists include Google’s Vinton G. Cerf, vice president and chief Internet evangelist; plus industry experts from Microsoft, PayPal,McAfee, Afilias, Comcast Cable,Temple University, and the FBI.
This is an unprecedented opportunity to network with the thought leaders and policy makers who are designing the global networks of tomorrow and creating the legislation that will safeguard the Internet for the future.
Parry Aftab is a legal and risk-management authority on Internet best practices, privacy, cybercrime prevention, and abuse management.
Ari Schwartz serves as the Senior Internet Policy Advisor for the NIST Information Technology Laboratory.
Join us to find out where Internet security and privacy are headed, what challenges are on the horizon, and what it means for your business.
It is our policy to charge an as-modest-as-possible fee.
- Internet Society members: $25 (It is free to join the Internet Society when you register.)
- Non-members: $50
Fee includes the 9 - 5 p.m. program and lunch.