Privacy-Enhancing Technology North America Summit 2023

SECURELY UNLOCKING THE TRUE VALUE OF DATA

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New York, USA
9-10 May, 2023

“Packed with many interesting talks and the list of speakers has just been excellent. It’s been a great pleasure!”

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Industry Leading Speakers
10 hours
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ABOUT THE EVENT

With privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) it is now possible to securely use data to generate additional value and insights while protecting customer privacy.

The Privacy-Enhancing Technology Summit North America will bring together trailblazing industry adopters alongside regulators to discuss how to identify use-cases, successfully implement PETs and fully capitalize on the potential benefits.

Attendees will hear how to:

  • Use PETs as part of an innovative and risk averse data strategy
  • Achieve cost effective and scalable regulatory compliance
  • Maximize the utility of currently used data
  • Unlock the true value of highly sensitive data
  • Identify successful use cases, measure ROI and overcome challenges during implementation

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New Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs) are being developed that can extract data value in order to unleash its full commercial, scientific and social potential, without jeopardizing the privacy and security of this information.

Step into interactive discussions and engaging presentations on the latest technologies within the Privacy-Enhancing Technologies Industry today. 

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2022 Testimonials

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

 

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations
 

Chris Murphy

Chief Privacy Officer
Electronic Arts

Chris Murphy

Chief Privacy Officer
Electronic Arts

Chris Murphy

Chief Privacy Officer
Electronic Arts
 

Nada Bseikri

Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy & Regulation
Robinhood

Nada Bseikri

Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy & Regulation
Robinhood

Nada Bseikri

Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy & Regulation
Robinhood
 

Wendy Zhang

Global Head of Data and Analytics
CSL Behring

Wendy Zhang

Global Head of Data and Analytics
CSL Behring

Wendy Zhang

Global Head of Data and Analytics
CSL Behring
 

Mark Chang

Senior Corporate Counsel, Privacy Compliance
SHEIN

Mark is the Senior Counsel, Privacy Compliance at SHEIN in Los Angeles, California. Prior to SHEIN, Mark has served as the Director of Risk, Compliance, & Privacy at the Florida State University in Technology Risk Management, Disaster Recovery, Research Compliance NIST 800-171, Audit Remediation, Security & Privacy trainings, and Privacy regulations in Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), & General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Mark Chang

Senior Corporate Counsel, Privacy Compliance
SHEIN

Mark Chang

Senior Corporate Counsel, Privacy Compliance
SHEIN

Mark is the Senior Counsel, Privacy Compliance at SHEIN in Los Angeles, California. Prior to SHEIN, Mark has served as the Director of Risk, Compliance, & Privacy at the Florida State University in Technology Risk Management, Disaster Recovery, Research Compliance NIST 800-171, Audit Remediation, Security & Privacy trainings, and Privacy regulations in Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), & General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Mark has also worked at Goldman Sachs in the Technology Risk Regulatory, Policy, & Strategy team of the Engineering Division. Mark obtained his Master of Business Administration in Information Technology Management from the University of Texas at Dallas, Juris Doctor from Western Michigan University, and Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Mark is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, Europe (CIPP/E).

 

Karen Habercoss

Chief Privacy Officer
UChicago Medicine

Karen Habercoss

Chief Privacy Officer
UChicago Medicine

Karen Habercoss

Chief Privacy Officer
UChicago Medicine
 

Bastiaan Quast

Co-Secretary ITU-WHO Focus Group on AI for Health
ITU

Bastiaan Quast

Co-Secretary ITU-WHO Focus Group on AI for Health
ITU

Bastiaan Quast

Co-Secretary ITU-WHO Focus Group on AI for Health
ITU
 

Nishant Bhajaria

Director of Privacy Engineering, Architecture and Analytics
Uber

Nishant Bhajaria

Director of Privacy Engineering, Architecture and Analytics
Uber

Nishant Bhajaria

Director of Privacy Engineering, Architecture and Analytics
Uber
 

Andrew Bjerken

Vice President, Head of Global Privacy
Marriot Vacations Worldwide

Andrew Bjerken

Vice President, Head of Global Privacy
Marriot Vacations Worldwide

Andrew Bjerken

Vice President, Head of Global Privacy
Marriot Vacations Worldwide

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Wan Sie Lee

Director, Data Innovation and Protection Group
IMDA

Wan Sie Lee

Director, Data Innovation and Protection Group
IMDA

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John Wei

Venture Investment Director
Applied Ventures

John Wei is a venture investment director at Applied Ventures. He focuses on a range of deep tech areas and industry verticals, including advanced materials, semiconductor manufacturing and industrial & enterprise software. He also manages Applied Ventures’ investment activities in the Greater China region.

 

Prior to joining Applied, John was a key member of the SABIC Ventures investment team, where he led multiple investments in advanced materials, energy, sustainability, manufacturing and agriculture space in North America, Europe and Greater China.

 

Earlier in his career, John held various commercial and technical roles at The Linde Group and General Electric with experiences mostly in the petrochemical, power generation, alternative energy and oil & gas industries.

 

John has a Bachelor degree from Tsinghua University and a PhD from Rutgers University, both in Chemical Engineering. While at Rutgers, he also earned a Master's degree in Computer Science. In addition, John holds an MBA degree from UCLA with a focus in Finance and Entrepreneurship.

John Wei

Venture Investment Director
Applied Ventures

John Wei is a venture investment director at Applied Ventures. He focuses on a range of deep tech areas and industry verticals, including advanced materials, semiconductor manufacturing and industrial & enterprise software. He also manages Applied Ventures’ investment activities in the Greater China region.

 

Prior to joining Applied, John was a key member of the SABIC Ventures investment team, where he led multiple investments in advanced materials, energy, sustainability, manufacturing and agriculture space in North America, Europe and Greater China.

 

Earlier in his career, John held various commercial and technical roles at The Linde Group and General Electric with experiences mostly in the petrochemical, power generation, alternative energy and oil & gas industries.

 

John has a Bachelor degree from Tsinghua University and a PhD from Rutgers University, both in Chemical Engineering. While at Rutgers, he also earned a Master's degree in Computer Science. In addition, John holds an MBA degree from UCLA with a focus in Finance and Entrepreneurship.

Author:

Anthony TA

Project Director & Innovation Watch Leader
Société Générale CIB

Anthony is leading the Blockchain, DLT and Privacy Enhancing Technologies innovation at SG.

He started as Pan European Equity Sales Trader in 2001 at SG Singapore and pursued his career with SG in the UK, Hong Kong, and France.

Since 2018, he joined the innovation department of SGCIB as a Project Director/Innovation & Watch Leader and is focusing on all technologies that enable, enhance and preserve data privacy throughout its lifecycle.

Anthony TA

Project Director & Innovation Watch Leader
Société Générale CIB

Anthony is leading the Blockchain, DLT and Privacy Enhancing Technologies innovation at SG.

He started as Pan European Equity Sales Trader in 2001 at SG Singapore and pursued his career with SG in the UK, Hong Kong, and France.

Since 2018, he joined the innovation department of SGCIB as a Project Director/Innovation & Watch Leader and is focusing on all technologies that enable, enhance and preserve data privacy throughout its lifecycle.

Author:

Bilal Husein

Data Analyst
Roche

Doing science, selling science.

Go-to expert within Roche Pharmaceuticals when in need for inspiration on data solutions for real problems.

I bring a touch of marketing to the pragmatic field of data science - then put together teams of scientists, analysts & engineers to deliver products.

I believe in making data science self-service on the long run.

Bilal Husein

Data Analyst
Roche

Doing science, selling science.

Go-to expert within Roche Pharmaceuticals when in need for inspiration on data solutions for real problems.

I bring a touch of marketing to the pragmatic field of data science - then put together teams of scientists, analysts & engineers to deliver products.

I believe in making data science self-service on the long run.

Author:

Alex Taylor

Global Head of Emerging Technology
QBE Ventures

Alex is the Global Head of Emerging Technology of QBE Ventures, the venture investment and development arm of QBE Insurance. Alex and the team invest in, build alongside and partner with early-stage technology companies that have the potential to reshape the insurance industry.

Alex is an innovation and disruption specialist and futurist, helping established companies to see where the threats lie, and how they can play in the same field and with the same tools as the disrupters – and has spoken before a wide range of audiences on the Horizon 1 to Horizon 3 innovation and disruption journey, and how to navigate the bridge between.


As the technology lead on a number of AI/ML investments in VC and CVC environments, Alex has lived the challenge of applying machine learning and related technologies in highly regulated environments - from visual and voice analytics, customer sentiment platforms and IoT to the challenges of vehicular automation.
Before joining QBE, Alex was the Director of Emerging and Innovation Technology and also Entrepreneur in Residence at IAG. In his role at IAG, Alex led an insurance industry forum to enable the use of privacy-preserving technologies to reduce the opportunity for insurance fraud whilst retaining individual’s privacy and data rights.
About QBE

Alex Taylor

Global Head of Emerging Technology
QBE Ventures

Alex is the Global Head of Emerging Technology of QBE Ventures, the venture investment and development arm of QBE Insurance. Alex and the team invest in, build alongside and partner with early-stage technology companies that have the potential to reshape the insurance industry.

Alex is an innovation and disruption specialist and futurist, helping established companies to see where the threats lie, and how they can play in the same field and with the same tools as the disrupters – and has spoken before a wide range of audiences on the Horizon 1 to Horizon 3 innovation and disruption journey, and how to navigate the bridge between.


As the technology lead on a number of AI/ML investments in VC and CVC environments, Alex has lived the challenge of applying machine learning and related technologies in highly regulated environments - from visual and voice analytics, customer sentiment platforms and IoT to the challenges of vehicular automation.
Before joining QBE, Alex was the Director of Emerging and Innovation Technology and also Entrepreneur in Residence at IAG. In his role at IAG, Alex led an insurance industry forum to enable the use of privacy-preserving technologies to reduce the opportunity for insurance fraud whilst retaining individual’s privacy and data rights.
About QBE

Author:

Dr. Dalia Khader

Information Security Manager and Divisional CISO
Swiss Life Global Solutions

Dr. Dalia Khader, a CISSP, GSEC,GCCC is currently the divisional CISO in Swiss Life Global Solution, based in Luxembourg. She has over 15 years of experience in the field of Cybersecurity. Dalia started her career in academia where she did extensive research in Modern Cryptography. After finishing her doctorate degree in University of Bath, Dalia worked as a research associate in University of Luxembourg and as a Security Architect in a telecom service provider. Throughout those years she has continuously volunteered to teach university level courses and have given specialized trainings. Her background in academia and industry helped her obtain strong theoretical and practical background in the field of cyber security. Her goal is to make complex cyber security concepts in the reach of everyone.

Dr. Dalia Khader

Information Security Manager and Divisional CISO
Swiss Life Global Solutions

Dr. Dalia Khader, a CISSP, GSEC,GCCC is currently the divisional CISO in Swiss Life Global Solution, based in Luxembourg. She has over 15 years of experience in the field of Cybersecurity. Dalia started her career in academia where she did extensive research in Modern Cryptography. After finishing her doctorate degree in University of Bath, Dalia worked as a research associate in University of Luxembourg and as a Security Architect in a telecom service provider. Throughout those years she has continuously volunteered to teach university level courses and have given specialized trainings. Her background in academia and industry helped her obtain strong theoretical and practical background in the field of cyber security. Her goal is to make complex cyber security concepts in the reach of everyone.

Author:

Dr. June Brawner

Policy Advisor
The Royal Society

Dr. June Brawner is a policy advisor at The Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of sciences. She leads the Society’s work on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) within the Data and AI policy team, which is developing policy and promoting debate that helps the UK safely and rapidly realise the growing benefits of data science and digital technologies.

June’s career in academic and policy research spans the US, UK, and Central / Eastern Europe, with a focus on environmental data for policymaking.  Prior to her current role she worked as a research consultant and has previously completed fellowships with the Fulbright Commission and Columbia University’s Council for European Studies.

As an anthropologist, June is especially interested in the ‘social life’ of data: the cultural and political factors that hinder or promote the equitable use of data for research, innovation, and decision-making. To this end, she sees upholding the right to privacy as a key technical and social challenge in using data for societal benefit.

Dr. June Brawner

Policy Advisor
The Royal Society

Dr. June Brawner is a policy advisor at The Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of sciences. She leads the Society’s work on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) within the Data and AI policy team, which is developing policy and promoting debate that helps the UK safely and rapidly realise the growing benefits of data science and digital technologies.

June’s career in academic and policy research spans the US, UK, and Central / Eastern Europe, with a focus on environmental data for policymaking.  Prior to her current role she worked as a research consultant and has previously completed fellowships with the Fulbright Commission and Columbia University’s Council for European Studies.

As an anthropologist, June is especially interested in the ‘social life’ of data: the cultural and political factors that hinder or promote the equitable use of data for research, innovation, and decision-making. To this end, she sees upholding the right to privacy as a key technical and social challenge in using data for societal benefit.

Author:

Annette Ryan

Deputy Director
FINTRAC

Annette Ryan is the Deputy Director of the Partnership, Policy and Analysis sector of FINTRAC. In this role, she is responsible for advancing the current and forward policy and research agenda of the Centre.  She brings strategic cohesion to domestic and international partnerships, with private and public sector thought leaders, to ensure that advice to counter illicit finance is practical, effective and respectful of privacy and citizen rights.

 

Previously as Associate Assistant Deputy Minister of the Financial Sector Policy Branch, at Finance Canada, she led policy development on federal financial sector policy issues including financial innovation, cross-border trade in financial services, cyber security and anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing. Annette has served as Chief Economist at Industry Canada. In her previous experience with federal and provincial central agencies, she led policy analysis on varied economic and social policy issues -- including fiscal federalism, labour markets, government expenditure and taxation.

 

Before joining the public service, Annette conducted research on innovation and corporate performance at the Institute for Fiscal Studies in London, U.K. She holds a Masters degree in Economics from Oxford University, which she attended as a Rhodes Scholar, and a Bachelor degree in Mathematics from Acadia University.

Annette Ryan

Deputy Director
FINTRAC

Annette Ryan is the Deputy Director of the Partnership, Policy and Analysis sector of FINTRAC. In this role, she is responsible for advancing the current and forward policy and research agenda of the Centre.  She brings strategic cohesion to domestic and international partnerships, with private and public sector thought leaders, to ensure that advice to counter illicit finance is practical, effective and respectful of privacy and citizen rights.

 

Previously as Associate Assistant Deputy Minister of the Financial Sector Policy Branch, at Finance Canada, she led policy development on federal financial sector policy issues including financial innovation, cross-border trade in financial services, cyber security and anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing. Annette has served as Chief Economist at Industry Canada. In her previous experience with federal and provincial central agencies, she led policy analysis on varied economic and social policy issues -- including fiscal federalism, labour markets, government expenditure and taxation.

 

Before joining the public service, Annette conducted research on innovation and corporate performance at the Institute for Fiscal Studies in London, U.K. She holds a Masters degree in Economics from Oxford University, which she attended as a Rhodes Scholar, and a Bachelor degree in Mathematics from Acadia University.

Author:

Dr. Walden “Wally” Rhines

President & CEO
Cornami

WALDEN C. RHINES is President & CEO of Cornami. He is also CEO Emeritus of Mentor, a Siemens business, focusing on external communications and customer relations. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Group, responsible for TI’s worldwide semiconductor business. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.

Dr. Walden “Wally” Rhines

President & CEO
Cornami

WALDEN C. RHINES is President & CEO of Cornami. He is also CEO Emeritus of Mentor, a Siemens business, focusing on external communications and customer relations. He was previously CEO of Mentor Graphics for 23 years and Chairman of the Board for 17 years. During his tenure at Mentor, revenue nearly quadrupled and market value of the company increased 10X.

Prior to joining Mentor Graphics, Dr. Rhines was Executive Vice President, Semiconductor Group, responsible for TI’s worldwide semiconductor business. During his 21 years at TI, he was President of the Data Systems Group and held numerous other semiconductor executive management positions.

Dr. Rhines has served on the boards of Cirrus Logic, QORVO, TriQuint Semiconductor, Global Logic and as Chairman of the Electronic Design Automation Consortium (five two-year terms) and is currently a director. He is also a board member of the Semiconductor Research Corporation and First Growth Children & Family Charities. He is a Lifetime Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the Board of Trustees of Lewis and Clark College, the National Advisory Board of the University of Michigan and Industrial Committees advising Stanford University and the University of Florida.

Dr. Rhines holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from the University of Michigan, a Master of Science and PhD in materials science and engineering from Stanford University, a master of Business Administration from Southern Methodist University and Honorary Doctor of Technology degrees from the University of Florida and Nottingham Trent University.

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