Edward Snowden, whistle-blower and ex-CIA employee, will livestream from Russia to share the discoveries he has made since leaking information on the NSA's global surveillance programs and to evaluate the state of privacy today. His revelations have generated unprecedented attention around the world on privacy intrusions and digital security, leading to a global debate on the issue.
Other notable speakers include Charlie Miller, Cyber Security Researcher at Uber Advanced Technologies Center, and Chris Valasek, Security Lead at Uber Advanced Technologies Center, who famously demonstrated remote car-hacking of a Jeep Cherokee last year. Also speaking at the conference is Chris Vickery, Security Expert at MacKeeper, best known for uncovering an exposed database of U.S. registered voters.
Sessions at Privacy XChange Forum 2016 include:
- The Yin and Yang of Privacy and Security: Striking a Balance
- Data Aggregation: How to Evaluate Risk from the Inside Out
- How to Lifehack Your Incident Response Plan
- Where in the World: A Quick and Easy Breakdown of Privacy Standards and Regulations
- The Great Debate: Can We Strike a Balance Between Privacy and Protection?
- Wild Things: The Future of the Internet of Things and Secure Sharing
- How to Break the Internet: A Q&A with Bob Sullivan and Chris Vickery
The conference is an invitation-only event and will also feature dinners, networking events and cocktail hours for attendees. Sponsors include Berkley Re Direct, Robinson+Cole, Freestyle Marketing, IDT911, LIFARS, Mutual Boiler Re, Rust Kinsella, Scandia, Assessment Forge, ThoughtSpan, Travelers BoilerRE, Truman and Xaqt.
"In today's environment of cyber insecurity, billions of devices virtually track our every move, gathering, storing and disseminating our most sensitive personal information to public and private organizations both with and without our consent. We willingly over-share the most intimate details of our private lives on social media. And, because our data is what they want, sophisticated, creative and persistent cyber criminals target our families, businesses and government agencies—making everyone a celebrity and no one safe. The Cyber War has replaced the Cold War. Personal privacy is on life-support and business data and government secrets are all vulnerable to social engineering attacks, phishing scams, ransomware schemes and insider threats," said Conference Co-Chair, Founder of IDT911 and Credit.com and Author of Swiped, Adam Levin. "The Privacy XChange Forum will arm executives across all industries with advanced strategies and tactics to protect their organization, employees and customers from cyber threats."
To learn more about the conference, please visit www.privacyxchangeforum.com and connect and follow live on Twitter using #PxF16.
IDT911™ is the leading provider of services that help businesses and their customers defend against data breaches and identity theft. IDT911's unique approach—delivering proactive protection, preventive education, and swift resolution—offers unrivaled support for more than 660 client partners and 17.5 million households. With its wholly owned subsidiary, IDT911 Consulting™, IDT911 delivers information security and data privacy expertise to help businesses avert and respond to data loss. Based in Scottsdale, Ariz., the company has several locations in the U.S. and Canada, as well as in Ireland to serve partners in Europe.
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