Digital Advertising Alliance Summit 2015
New York, NY
TRUSTe is sponsoring this event that brings together DAA Program participants to talk about the latest developments in industry self-regulation. TRUSTe’s VP of Global Sales Patricia Neuray is one of the speakers at this event. TRUSTe CEO Chris Babel will also be present, along with other TRUSTe privacy experts.
Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit
National Harbor, MD
TRUSTe exhibiting at this event, which will be attended by Kevin Trilli, TRUSTe’s VP of Product; Dave Deasy, VP of Marketing; Ray Everett, Director of Product Management & Principal Consultant; and Kris Vann, Senior Product Marketing Manager.
TRUSTe Webinar – Cookie Crunch: Are You Compliant?
TRUSTe is hosting this webinar discussing EU Cookie Consent laws and how to comply. Speakers include TRUSTe Sales Engineer Matt Ferrell, and Phil Lee, Partner at Fieldfisher.
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Leading up to the second annual IoT Privacy Summit on June 17 we’ll be featuring a series of blog posts about the panels and speakers at the upcoming event. In the next decade, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) will dramatically change the healthcare landscape and the data that is collected, shared, and stored. New questions and challenges will arise from these new data sources. Looking ahead, organizations and entrepreneurs are turning their focus toward ‘privacy by design’ to address some of these near future IoT challenges. One such challenge might be gaining consumer trust. In a study … Continue reading Health Privacy in a Connected World – Beneficial or a Privacy Violation?
Leading up to the second annual IoT Privacy Summit on June 17 we’ll be featuring a series of blog posts about the panels and speakers at the upcoming event.
The cities of the future are almost here. Connected technology is not just for wearable devices — it can also be utilized to increase the efficiency of cities and streamline the lives of citizens.
Envisioning a smart city might make you think of modern architecture but connected technology will do so much more than make a city look advanced. Smart water and energy systems will be key in launching a smart city. Smart LED streetlights will provide better energy efficiency. And innovators are currently brainstorming ways the average citizen can connect with and utilize this data to improve their lives.
However, as we move toward the connected cities of the near future it’s important to keep privacy in mind. In one TRUSTe survey about data collection and consumer awareness, only 20% of respondents said they believe the benefits of smart devices outweigh any privacy concern about their personal information. Clearly, consumers need to be assured that their privacy will be respected before the IoT can truly flourish.
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Leading up to the second annual IoT Privacy Summit on June 17 we’ll be featuring a series of blog posts about the panels and speakers at the upcoming event. No one knows for certain the exact impact big data will have on the future of privacy, or how the government might respond to big data’s exponential growth. However, privacy experts and thought leaders can provide some educated insight into what we might be able to expect. The panel titled, “Can Self-Regulation Meet Privacy Challenges of IoT?” at the upcoming IoT Privacy Summit 2015 at 11:30 a.m. on June 17, will … Continue reading IoT Privacy Summit: Self-Regulation & IoT Panel