Boston Bar | Privacy and Cybersecurity Conference

Monday, May 21, 2018
9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Boston Marriott Long Wharf

Join us on May 21st for the BBA’s Privacy & Cybersecurity Conference featuring Boston’s top industry experts and practitioners from private practice, in-house legal departments, government agencies, and academia.

This full-day conference will cover a wide range of topics including GDPR and global privacy developments, regulatory and enforcement trends, and security preparedness and incident response across multiple industries.

Keynote Speakers

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Trevor Hughes
President and CEO
International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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Daniel J. Weitzner
Founding Director of the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative
and Principal Research Scientist
MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab

As President and CEO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), J. Trevor Hughes leads the world’s largest association of privacy professionals, which promotes, defines and supports the privacy profession globally. Trevor is widely recognized as a leading privacy expert, appearing at SXSW, RSA and other privacy and technology events. He has contributed to media outlets such as the New York Times, TechCrunch and WIRED and has provided testimony on issues of privacy, surveillance and privacy-sensitive technologies before the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, British Parliament and more. A native of Canada, Trevor previously served as the executive director of the Network Advertising Initiative and the Email Sender and Provider Coalition.
He can be found on Twitter at @JTrevorHughes.

Daniel J. Weitzner is the Founding Director of the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative and Principal Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. His group studies the relationship between network architecture and public policy, and develops new Web architectures to meet policy challenges such as privacy and intellectual property rights. He teaches Internet public policy in the MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department. From 2011-2012, Weitzner was the United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Internet Policy in the White House, where he lead initiatives on online privacy, cybersecurity, Internet copyright, and trade policies to promote the free flow of information. He also was Associate Administrator for Policy at the United States Commerce Department National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

Conference Advisory Committee

Sayoko Blodgett-Ford
Co-Chair
GTC Law Group

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Peter Lefkowitz
Co-Chair
Citrix

Krietta Bowens Jones
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Sara Cable
Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General

Ken Mortensen

Ken Mortensen
Intersystems

Lisa Ropple
Jones Day

Mark Schreiber
McDermott, Will & Emery

Agenda

Renard Francois
Global Chief Privacy Officer at GE

Alexis Goltra
Vice President, Legal & Chief Privacy Officer at Oracle

Peter Lefkowitz
Chief Digital Risk Officer, Citrix

Agnes Bundy Scanlan
Senior Advisor at Treliant Risk Advisors

Mark Schreiber
Partner, McDermott, Will & Emery

 

Kevin Burns
Chief Information Security Officer, Draper

Katherine J. Fick
Brand Counsel, IBM Security and Watson Customer Engagement

ShanShan Pa
Head of Compliance & Privacy (US & Europe), Alibaba Cloud

Heather Sussman
Partner, Ropes & Gray

Trevor Hughes

As President and CEO of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), J. Trevor Hughes leads the world’s largest association of privacy professionals, which promotes, defines and supports the privacy profession globally.

Trevor is widely recognized as a leading privacy expert, appearing at SXSW, RSA and other privacy and technology events. He has contributed to media outlets such as the New York Times, TechCrunch and WIRED and has provided testimony on issues of privacy, surveillance and privacy-sensitive technologies before the U.S. Congress, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, British Parliament and more.

A native of Canada, Trevor previously served as the executive director of the Network Advertising Initiative and the Email Sender and Provider Coalition. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and his Juris Doctor from the University Of Maine School Of Law, where he is also an adjunct professor and member of the Law Foundation Board.

Health Care and Emerging Technology: How Technology is Changing the Health Care Data Privacy and Security Landscape

Krietta Bowens Jones
Associate General Counsel, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Peter McLaughlin
Partner, Burns & Levinson

Eric Perakslis

Chief Scientific Officer, Datavant

Jonathan Wilkinson
Privacy Program Manager, Nuance Communications

Alexandra Wood
Research Fellow, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and Senior Researcher, Privacy Tools Project, Harvard

A Whole New World of Advertising? How to support modern marketing and promotional activities without becoming the “Legal Department of ‘No’”.

Sayoko Blodgett-Ford
Member and Chief Privacy Officer, GTC Law Group
Moderator

Andy Dale
General Counsel and VP Global Privacy, SessionM

Anthony Matyjaszewski
Vice President for Compliance & Member Development, Network Advertising Initiative

Kathryn Stone
Prince Lobel

Laura Riposo VanDruff
Assistant Director, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Federal Trade Commission

Devil in the Details: Crafting an Effective Incident Response Plan

Seth Berman
Partner, Nutter

Sara Cable
Director of Data Privacy & Security and Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General

Jack Eckenrode
Chief Security Officer, State Street Corporation

Kevin Kirst
Charles River Associates

Lisa Ropple
Partner, Jones Day

Kent Sinclair
Sinclair Law LLC

Financial Services and Cryptocurrency

Nicholas Losurdo
Goodwin

Timothy Russell
Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau Of Investigation (FBI)

William Stern
Goodwin

Law Enforcement and Regulatory Trends

Adam Bookbinder
Partner, Holland & Knight

Amy Burkart
United States Attorney’s Office

Sara Cable
Director of Data Privacy & Security and Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General

David London
Senior Counsel and Cyber Unit Liaison, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Danny Weitzner
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Founding Director of the MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative and Principal Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab
Former United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Internet Policy in the White House

Thank You to Our Sponsors

THANK YOU TO OUR LAW FIRM PARTNERS

For conference sponsorship opportunities, please contact Erica Southerland:
617.778.1930 | esoutherland@bostonbar.org

Boston Bar educational programs are sponsored in part by the Joan B. DiCola Fund of the Boston Bar Foundation. This fund provides critical support for Boston Bar Association programs and initiatives that foster the education and professional development of lawyers. For more information on the BBF or this fund, please click here.

Conference Pricing

BOSTON BAR MEMBER – $450.00
To reserve your seat, click REGISTER, then LOGIN to your Boston Bar member account.

NON MEMBER – $525.00
To reserve your seat, click REGISTER, then Login to Attend to create a New User account -or- contact Rachel Andreas: 617.778.1946 | randreas@bostonbar.org

BOSTON BAR MEMBER EXCLUSIVE  OFFERS:

Boston Bar Membership + Conference Offer – $650
Not a Boston Bar member? No problem. If you’re a practicing lawyer or a law student in the Boston area and you’d like to join the Boston Bar to receive all the advantages of membership, you can register to attend the Privacy and Cybersecurity Conference as a member.

To take advantage of the Membership + Conference offer, contact
Tara Trask: 617.778.1984 | ttrask@bostonbar.org.

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