SXSW Interactive 2015
What Keeps the Internet’s Leading CPOs Up At Night
As data hoarding continues to become an integral part of society, companies are looking to Chief Privacy Officers to help manage data protection and privacy concerns. Demand for data security and privacy professionals has grown exponentially and organizations are recognizing the need to better manage privacy and examine how they handle data within their organization. This panel will include CPOs from some of today’s top companies debating the current challenges and opportunities in the privacy landscape and what they see on the horizon. From online tracking and mobile technologies to dealing with surveillance issues, hear from these leaders on where the most challenging privacy issues of the day are going.
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- What are the challenges and advantages that CPOs face in today’s privacy landscape?
- How have recent government surveillance issues made the privacy landscape more challenging for companies?
- What privacy issues are consumers most concerned about?
- How can companies view privacy as a competitive advantage?
- What challenges are anticipated for organizations in the near future?
- J. Trevor Hughes, President and CEO, The International Association of Privacy Professionals
- Erin Egan, Chief Privacy Officer, Facebook
- Keith Enright , Senior Privacy Counsel, Google, Inc.
- Brendon Lynch, Chief Privacy Officer, Microsoft Corportation
Whitney Duprey, Marketing and Sales Assistant, The International Association of Privacy Professionals