Ernst & Young National Partner Joins DMA/IA Privacy and Security Panel

Apr 26, 2001, 01:00 ET from Direct Marketing Association

    WASHINGTON, April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Jerry DeVault, the national leader of
 Innovative Assurance Solutions in Ernst & Young's Innovative Solutions Group,
 will join distinguished Direct Marketing Association (The DMA) and Internet
 Alliance (IA) members on a panel at the DMA/IA Government Affairs Conference
 May 2 at the Westin-Fairfax hotel in Washington, DC.
     DeVault will speak about industry self-regulation and third-party Web site
 certification during the IA's Government Affairs for the Digital Age portion
 of the conference.
     "We look forward to combining DeVault's expertise in the area of online
 privacy and security with the proactive industry examples of our members,"
 said Emily Hackett, IA's state policy director, who will moderate the panel.
     This panel will also feature Pat Faley, vice president of ethics/consumer
 affairs for The DMA; Jon Brodeur, president of @Once; Christine Frye, chief
 privacy officer of 24/7 Media; and Cheryl Sorokin, chief privacy officer of
 Encirq.
     IA will also sponsor a panel discussion on the Internet tax issue.
 Panelists include  Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform;
 Stephen Cordi, deputy comptroller for the State of Maryland; and Carole
 Grunberg, legislative director for Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR).
 
     To register for the conference, visit http://www.dmagovernment.org or call
 212.790.1500.  For further information about the Internet Alliance program,
 visit http://www.internetalliance.org or contact Jill Murphy, IA's membership
 and administrative manager, at 202.955.8091.
 
     The DMA is the leading and largest trade association for businesses
 interested in direct, database and interactive marketing, with nearly 5,000
 member companies from the United States and 53 other nations.  Founded in
 1917, its members include direct marketers from every business segment as well
 as the nonprofit and electronic marketing sectors, including catalogers,
 Internet Service Providers, dot-coms, financial services providers, book and
 magazine publishers, book and music clubs, retail stores, industrial
 manufacturers and a host of other vertical segments, including the service
 industries that support them.  The DMA's Web site is http://www.the-dma.org
 and its consumer Web site is http://www.shopthenet.org.
 
     The Internet Alliance is the leading consumer Internet industry
 association representing the industry at the state, federal and international
 levels. Through public policy, advocacy, consumer outreach and strategic
 alliances, the IA is building the confidence and trust necessary for the
 Internet to be the mass-market medium of the 21st Century.  The IA is an
 independent subsidiary of the Direct Marketing Association.  IA's Web site is
 http://www.internetalliance.org.
 
                      MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT - Click Here
                http://tbutton.prnewswire.com/prn/11690X62944589
 
 

SOURCE Direct Marketing Association
    WASHINGTON, April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Jerry DeVault, the national leader of
 Innovative Assurance Solutions in Ernst & Young's Innovative Solutions Group,
 will join distinguished Direct Marketing Association (The DMA) and Internet
 Alliance (IA) members on a panel at the DMA/IA Government Affairs Conference
 May 2 at the Westin-Fairfax hotel in Washington, DC.
     DeVault will speak about industry self-regulation and third-party Web site
 certification during the IA's Government Affairs for the Digital Age portion
 of the conference.
     "We look forward to combining DeVault's expertise in the area of online
 privacy and security with the proactive industry examples of our members,"
 said Emily Hackett, IA's state policy director, who will moderate the panel.
     This panel will also feature Pat Faley, vice president of ethics/consumer
 affairs for The DMA; Jon Brodeur, president of @Once; Christine Frye, chief
 privacy officer of 24/7 Media; and Cheryl Sorokin, chief privacy officer of
 Encirq.
     IA will also sponsor a panel discussion on the Internet tax issue.
 Panelists include  Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform;
 Stephen Cordi, deputy comptroller for the State of Maryland; and Carole
 Grunberg, legislative director for Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR).
 
     To register for the conference, visit http://www.dmagovernment.org or call
 212.790.1500.  For further information about the Internet Alliance program,
 visit http://www.internetalliance.org or contact Jill Murphy, IA's membership
 and administrative manager, at 202.955.8091.
 
     The DMA is the leading and largest trade association for businesses
 interested in direct, database and interactive marketing, with nearly 5,000
 member companies from the United States and 53 other nations.  Founded in
 1917, its members include direct marketers from every business segment as well
 as the nonprofit and electronic marketing sectors, including catalogers,
 Internet Service Providers, dot-coms, financial services providers, book and
 magazine publishers, book and music clubs, retail stores, industrial
 manufacturers and a host of other vertical segments, including the service
 industries that support them.  The DMA's Web site is http://www.the-dma.org
 and its consumer Web site is http://www.shopthenet.org.
 
     The Internet Alliance is the leading consumer Internet industry
 association representing the industry at the state, federal and international
 levels. Through public policy, advocacy, consumer outreach and strategic
 alliances, the IA is building the confidence and trust necessary for the
 Internet to be the mass-market medium of the 21st Century.  The IA is an
 independent subsidiary of the Direct Marketing Association.  IA's Web site is
 http://www.internetalliance.org.
 
                      MAKE YOUR OPINION COUNT - Click Here
                http://tbutton.prnewswire.com/prn/11690X62944589
 
 SOURCE  Direct Marketing Association