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Research Institutions, Governance and Non-Profits

Privacy-Enhancing Technology North America Summit 2024
7 May, 2024
New York

Why Should Research Institutes, Governance & Non-Profits Attend PETs NA 2024?

For our public sector and non-profit attendees, we have an eclectic range of speakers and topics that debate the use and governance of PETs, with speakers representing major regulatory and governance bodies. All discussing topics exploring the cross-border and cross-function implementation of Privacy-Enhancing Technology and the latest regulations for data collaboration.

We have a range of sessions that will benefit the public sector and non-profit attendees.

If you'd like to find out more information about attending as a research institute, governance, and non-profit, register your interest here

Featured Speakers Include

Author:

John (Hank) Roser

Privacy Engineer
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

John (Hank) Roser

Privacy Engineer
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Author:

Brandon Seltenrich

Senior Vice President, Global Privacy
Paramount

Brandon Seltenrich

Senior Vice President, Global Privacy
Paramount

Author:

Joseph Gridley

Chief Privacy Officer
University of Maryland

Joseph Gridley

Chief Privacy Officer
University of Maryland

Author:

Adhiraj Saxena

Senior manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech
IMDA

Adhiraj Saxena

Senior manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech
IMDA

Author:

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations

Author:

Amanda Wang

Information Systems Officer
United Nations

Amanda Wang is an Information Systems Officer in the United Nations. She has over 20 years of experience in the areas of data management and information systems, and is actively involved in data privacy initiatives. She has passed the following certification exams: IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and DAMA’s Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP-data fundamentals).

Amanda Wang

Information Systems Officer
United Nations

Amanda Wang is an Information Systems Officer in the United Nations. She has over 20 years of experience in the areas of data management and information systems, and is actively involved in data privacy initiatives. She has passed the following certification exams: IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and DAMA’s Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP-data fundamentals).

Author:

Matt Lewis

Global Chief Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Officer
Inizio Medical

Matt oversees the Artificial and Augmented Intelligence function across Inizio Medical, aligned to the Medical Analytics and Innovation department which he Founded and has led to its position of market leadership since 2016. With 25 years of life sciences experience, Matt specializes in partnering with key stakeholders to speed time to decision leveraging artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, digital innovation and bespoke consultancy. He has deep expertise in oncology/hematology, neuropsychiatry and rare disorders and has contributed to the launch of over 60 treatments globally.

Matt Co-Chairs the AI Task Force at the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals, where he oversaw the development and publication of the global roadmap and call to action on Artificial Intelligence, published on November 1st, co-authored the Declarative Statement on Artificial Intelligence for the Healthcare Communications Association, published in early October, was the featured speaker in 2023 for the Medical Affairs Professional Society Executive Consortium, on Augmented Intelligence, and helped to architect its Generative AI White Paper, published on September 28,  is a founding Board Member of the Society for Artificial Intelligence and Health, and is the Executive Lead for Inizio Medical’s Business Employee Resource Group on Mental Health and Wellbeing. He is a frequently requested Keynote Speaker on Artificial Intelligence, Medical Affairs and Mental Wellness.

Matt Lewis

Global Chief Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Officer
Inizio Medical

Matt oversees the Artificial and Augmented Intelligence function across Inizio Medical, aligned to the Medical Analytics and Innovation department which he Founded and has led to its position of market leadership since 2016. With 25 years of life sciences experience, Matt specializes in partnering with key stakeholders to speed time to decision leveraging artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, digital innovation and bespoke consultancy. He has deep expertise in oncology/hematology, neuropsychiatry and rare disorders and has contributed to the launch of over 60 treatments globally.

Matt Co-Chairs the AI Task Force at the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals, where he oversaw the development and publication of the global roadmap and call to action on Artificial Intelligence, published on November 1st, co-authored the Declarative Statement on Artificial Intelligence for the Healthcare Communications Association, published in early October, was the featured speaker in 2023 for the Medical Affairs Professional Society Executive Consortium, on Augmented Intelligence, and helped to architect its Generative AI White Paper, published on September 28,  is a founding Board Member of the Society for Artificial Intelligence and Health, and is the Executive Lead for Inizio Medical’s Business Employee Resource Group on Mental Health and Wellbeing. He is a frequently requested Keynote Speaker on Artificial Intelligence, Medical Affairs and Mental Wellness.

Author:

Miles Light

Counsel, Privacy Technology
BBB National Programs

Miles Light is an attorney and technologist working across Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs. Before joining BBB National Programs, Miles worked at the Future of Privacy Forum on privacy and data protection issues related to Children, Education, and Smart Cities. Miles has a particular interest in children’s online safety, Privacy Enhancing Technologies, and copyright issues surrounding Generative AI. Miles is a 2023-2025 Internet Law & Policy Foundry Fellow. Before becoming an attorney, Miles was a librarian. He is still happiest when talking about books. 

Miles Light

Counsel, Privacy Technology
BBB National Programs

Miles Light is an attorney and technologist working across Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs. Before joining BBB National Programs, Miles worked at the Future of Privacy Forum on privacy and data protection issues related to Children, Education, and Smart Cities. Miles has a particular interest in children’s online safety, Privacy Enhancing Technologies, and copyright issues surrounding Generative AI. Miles is a 2023-2025 Internet Law & Policy Foundry Fellow. Before becoming an attorney, Miles was a librarian. He is still happiest when talking about books. 

Author:

Joshua Rockoff

Senior Strategic Advisor
Red Krypton

Josh excels in decision-making, strategic planning, and implementing Consumer & Retail Commerce strategies across the omnichannel spectrum including Digital, Wholesale, Marketplaces, and Brick & Mortar. Josh is a 3x entrepreneur with successful exits with a web development agency, database marketing, and loyalty. He boasts an extensive leadership history advising private equity, venture capital, strategics, and public companies in traditional and digital marketing, brand positioning, transformation, and merchandising. Josh's stops include brands and retailers such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Urban Decay Cosmetics, Kmart, and Destination Maternity. His experience includes executive roles spanning manufacturing, beauty, cosmetics, SaaS, apparel, and luxury. Recently he served as interim CDO/CIO at the non-alcoholic retailer Boisson, managing digital commerce, customer service, merchandising, technology, omnichannel growth, retention, and performance marketing. Josh currently serves as a Senior Strategic Advisor at Red Krypton. He is an Adjunct Graduate Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology and NYU’s School of Professional Studies. He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on Hellenistic Egyptology.

Joshua Rockoff

Senior Strategic Advisor
Red Krypton

Josh excels in decision-making, strategic planning, and implementing Consumer & Retail Commerce strategies across the omnichannel spectrum including Digital, Wholesale, Marketplaces, and Brick & Mortar. Josh is a 3x entrepreneur with successful exits with a web development agency, database marketing, and loyalty. He boasts an extensive leadership history advising private equity, venture capital, strategics, and public companies in traditional and digital marketing, brand positioning, transformation, and merchandising. Josh's stops include brands and retailers such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Urban Decay Cosmetics, Kmart, and Destination Maternity. His experience includes executive roles spanning manufacturing, beauty, cosmetics, SaaS, apparel, and luxury. Recently he served as interim CDO/CIO at the non-alcoholic retailer Boisson, managing digital commerce, customer service, merchandising, technology, omnichannel growth, retention, and performance marketing. Josh currently serves as a Senior Strategic Advisor at Red Krypton. He is an Adjunct Graduate Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology and NYU’s School of Professional Studies. He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on Hellenistic Egyptology.

Agenda Highlights


KEYNOTE: Re-Framing Privacy As A Part Of Strategy: A Paramount Case Study

 

Author:

Brandon Seltenrich

Senior Vice President, Global Privacy
Paramount

Brandon Seltenrich

Senior Vice President, Global Privacy
Paramount

USE CASE: Government & Non-Profit

Author:

John (Hank) Roser

Privacy Engineer
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

John (Hank) Roser

Privacy Engineer
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

USE CASE: Multi-Modal Privacy: Safeguarding Privacy in the Organizational Maze

 This session will explore the complex landscape of privacy within higher education, emphasizing universal lessons learned about PETs and privacy programs through the lens of universities with operations and infrastructure the size and complexity of a small city - including healthcare, finance, and defense contracting. 

Author:

Joseph Gridley

Chief Privacy Officer
University of Maryland

Joseph Gridley

Chief Privacy Officer
University of Maryland

KEYNOTE: Cross-Border Collaboration Challenges and Solutions: A Multijurisdictional and Multinational Perspectives

Author:

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations

Lambert Hogenhout

Chief of Data, Analytics and Emerging Technologies
United Nations

Author:

Amanda Wang

Information Systems Officer
United Nations

Amanda Wang is an Information Systems Officer in the United Nations. She has over 20 years of experience in the areas of data management and information systems, and is actively involved in data privacy initiatives. She has passed the following certification exams: IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and DAMA’s Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP-data fundamentals).

Amanda Wang

Information Systems Officer
United Nations

Amanda Wang is an Information Systems Officer in the United Nations. She has over 20 years of experience in the areas of data management and information systems, and is actively involved in data privacy initiatives. She has passed the following certification exams: IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT), IAPP’s Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM), ISACA’s Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and DAMA’s Certified Data Management Professional (CDMP-data fundamentals).

PANEL: How Data Governance and Accountability Within the PETs Industry Can Help Advance and Achieve Business Success

This session will detail best practices and considerations when developing, procuring, and deploying Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs). Proper governance, accountability mechanisms, and vendor management are all key to the responsible adoption of PETs, yet few companies have experience developing robust procedures for managing an inventory of PETs. The FTC has already opined in a blog about potential future enforcement actions where companies could mismanage PETs, particularly concerning multi-party computations. We hope to provide an in-depth discussion of PETs governance to spur the thoughtful adoption of in-house and third-party accountability procedures so that companies understand how to leverage these nascent technologies without risking further regulatory scrutiny.

Author:

Miles Light

Counsel, Privacy Technology
BBB National Programs

Miles Light is an attorney and technologist working across Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs. Before joining BBB National Programs, Miles worked at the Future of Privacy Forum on privacy and data protection issues related to Children, Education, and Smart Cities. Miles has a particular interest in children’s online safety, Privacy Enhancing Technologies, and copyright issues surrounding Generative AI. Miles is a 2023-2025 Internet Law & Policy Foundry Fellow. Before becoming an attorney, Miles was a librarian. He is still happiest when talking about books. 

Miles Light

Counsel, Privacy Technology
BBB National Programs

Miles Light is an attorney and technologist working across Privacy Initiatives at BBB National Programs. Before joining BBB National Programs, Miles worked at the Future of Privacy Forum on privacy and data protection issues related to Children, Education, and Smart Cities. Miles has a particular interest in children’s online safety, Privacy Enhancing Technologies, and copyright issues surrounding Generative AI. Miles is a 2023-2025 Internet Law & Policy Foundry Fellow. Before becoming an attorney, Miles was a librarian. He is still happiest when talking about books. 

Author:

Myriah Jaworski

Member - Cyber Security
Clark Hill Law

Myriah Jaworski is a Data Privacy partner at Clark Hill.  Focusing her practice on the intersection of law and technology, Myriah represents clients in defense of data breach class actions, privacy torts and statutory claims (IRPA/BIPA/VPPA/CIPA), pixel tacking and commercial surveillance matters, internet defamation, technology disputes, and media liability claims. Myriah defends clients in response to regulatory inquiries and investigations arising out of data incidents and privacy practices, including before state Attorney General offices, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Human and Health Services – Office of Civil Rights (HHS/OCR). Myriah litigates in many state and federal jurisdictions throughout the United States.  Myriah has defended clients in headline-making cyber bullying and data breach class actions, obtained a first-of-its-kind federal trial damages award in a misdirected wire transfer/business email compromise case, and represented the app developer at the center of the Cambridge Analytica matter in federal court proceedings.  She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, United States (CIPP/US) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional, Europe (CIPP/E) as certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Myriah began her career as a Trial Attorney with the United States Department of Justice (DOJ).

Myriah Jaworski

Member - Cyber Security
Clark Hill Law

Myriah Jaworski is a Data Privacy partner at Clark Hill.  Focusing her practice on the intersection of law and technology, Myriah represents clients in defense of data breach class actions, privacy torts and statutory claims (IRPA/BIPA/VPPA/CIPA), pixel tacking and commercial surveillance matters, internet defamation, technology disputes, and media liability claims. Myriah defends clients in response to regulatory inquiries and investigations arising out of data incidents and privacy practices, including before state Attorney General offices, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Human and Health Services – Office of Civil Rights (HHS/OCR). Myriah litigates in many state and federal jurisdictions throughout the United States.  Myriah has defended clients in headline-making cyber bullying and data breach class actions, obtained a first-of-its-kind federal trial damages award in a misdirected wire transfer/business email compromise case, and represented the app developer at the center of the Cambridge Analytica matter in federal court proceedings.  She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, United States (CIPP/US) and a Certified Information Privacy Professional, Europe (CIPP/E) as certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Myriah began her career as a Trial Attorney with the United States Department of Justice (DOJ).

Author:

Rakhee Suchak

Global Head of Compliance & Risk Transformation and Automation
Citi

Rakhee Suchak

Global Head of Compliance & Risk Transformation and Automation
Citi

Author:

Saraswathy RV

PET Engineer
HP Inc.

Saraswathy is a PET (Privacy Enhancing Technologies) Engineer in HP’s Global Privacy Engineering Center of Excellence (CoE).

In her role within the CoE, Sara works to apply a variety of PETs to enterprise scale use cases across the company. In her role she blends the theoretical underpinnings of PETs with a practical focus on business value and risk.

She earned her PhD in Mathematics from University of Cincinnati where her research focused on post quantum cryptography.

She has since worked on researching and developing solutions in privacy using multiple technologies including MultiParty Computation (MPC), Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) and Differential Privacy (DP).

Saraswathy RV

PET Engineer
HP Inc.

Saraswathy is a PET (Privacy Enhancing Technologies) Engineer in HP’s Global Privacy Engineering Center of Excellence (CoE).

In her role within the CoE, Sara works to apply a variety of PETs to enterprise scale use cases across the company. In her role she blends the theoretical underpinnings of PETs with a practical focus on business value and risk.

She earned her PhD in Mathematics from University of Cincinnati where her research focused on post quantum cryptography.

She has since worked on researching and developing solutions in privacy using multiple technologies including MultiParty Computation (MPC), Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) and Differential Privacy (DP).

INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLE: Is PETs Enabling A Regulatory Shift Towards Unlocking Data & Enhancing Data Collaboration, Even In Large Data Sets

This roundtable session comprises government officials, privacy organizations and vendors talking over how PETs is transforming data strategy, unlocking data collaboration opportunities and enabling a regulatory shift in the way data is viewed and used.

Author:

Adhiraj Saxena

Senior manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech
IMDA

Adhiraj Saxena

Senior manager, Development of Data-Driven Tech
IMDA

Author:

Joshua Rockoff

Senior Strategic Advisor
Red Krypton

Josh excels in decision-making, strategic planning, and implementing Consumer & Retail Commerce strategies across the omnichannel spectrum including Digital, Wholesale, Marketplaces, and Brick & Mortar. Josh is a 3x entrepreneur with successful exits with a web development agency, database marketing, and loyalty. He boasts an extensive leadership history advising private equity, venture capital, strategics, and public companies in traditional and digital marketing, brand positioning, transformation, and merchandising. Josh's stops include brands and retailers such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Urban Decay Cosmetics, Kmart, and Destination Maternity. His experience includes executive roles spanning manufacturing, beauty, cosmetics, SaaS, apparel, and luxury. Recently he served as interim CDO/CIO at the non-alcoholic retailer Boisson, managing digital commerce, customer service, merchandising, technology, omnichannel growth, retention, and performance marketing. Josh currently serves as a Senior Strategic Advisor at Red Krypton. He is an Adjunct Graduate Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology and NYU’s School of Professional Studies. He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on Hellenistic Egyptology.

Joshua Rockoff

Senior Strategic Advisor
Red Krypton

Josh excels in decision-making, strategic planning, and implementing Consumer & Retail Commerce strategies across the omnichannel spectrum including Digital, Wholesale, Marketplaces, and Brick & Mortar. Josh is a 3x entrepreneur with successful exits with a web development agency, database marketing, and loyalty. He boasts an extensive leadership history advising private equity, venture capital, strategics, and public companies in traditional and digital marketing, brand positioning, transformation, and merchandising. Josh's stops include brands and retailers such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Urban Decay Cosmetics, Kmart, and Destination Maternity. His experience includes executive roles spanning manufacturing, beauty, cosmetics, SaaS, apparel, and luxury. Recently he served as interim CDO/CIO at the non-alcoholic retailer Boisson, managing digital commerce, customer service, merchandising, technology, omnichannel growth, retention, and performance marketing. Josh currently serves as a Senior Strategic Advisor at Red Krypton. He is an Adjunct Graduate Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology and NYU’s School of Professional Studies. He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania with a focus on Hellenistic Egyptology.

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