Privacy, Selfie Sticks and Umpires: Things That Shouldn't Exist, But Do

  • Thursday, March 3, 2016 | 10:20 AM – 11:10 AM | West | Room: 2007

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In the security industry we spend virtually all of our time trying to build fences around data, monitor the fences around the data, and then building taller fences. What if that data never needed fencing to begin with? In this presentation, Josh Alexander and Eve Maler will begin the conversation of greater disclosure and rediscovering what privacy should be today.


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