2017 LINE - Intertrust Security Summit

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Balancing Access and Openness with Security and Privacy

The Intertrust – LINE Security Summit is an annual gathering of security and data professionals from North America, Europe, and Asia. The event hosts candid, forward thinking discussions not found elsewhere in the industry.

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Expert Sessions

What is the State of IT Security within the Healthcare Industry?

An exclusive interview with Health Data Expert Dr. Knox Carey at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco.

Dr. Knox Carey was the VP of Healthcare Initiatives at Intertrust Technologies Corporation as well as the driving force behind the Genecloud project. Genecloud aims to balance individual privacy with access to sensitive genomic and other healthcare data.


The EU’s GDPR is Coming. Are you Ready?

An exclusive interview with Data Privacy Expert Tomas Sander at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco.

With 20 years of experience in building privacy and security technologies, Tomas today works as the Director for Data Privacy and Senior Research Scientist at Intertrust.

In the interview, Tomas explains the two fundamental concepts for implementing GDPR – the accountability principle and Privacy by Design. He also talks about Advanced Data Governance and highlights some of the technologies available in the market.


Are Corporations Taking Security Seriously?

We interviewed Megan Stifel, an experienced national security attorney providing strategic cybersecurity policy and operations counsel at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco.

Megan is the Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative. Previously she served as the Director for International Cyber Policy at the White House, National Security Council. We talked to Megan about upcoming Data Breach Legislation and how are different US corporations, especially companies in the IoT space, prioritizing cyber security.


A Tool for Helping People during Mass Events and Natural Disasters

An exclusive interview with Nathaniel Manning, the CEO of Ushahidi at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. Ushahidi helps to crowdsource information from people on the ground during mass events and natural disasters.


Should We Build a Backdoor into Mobile Devices?

An exclusive interview with Herbert Lin, the Senior Research Scholar in Stanford University at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. Herbert works on cyber policy and security issues.

In our interview, Herbert talks about Exceptional Access and why the technical issue of maximum level security shouldn’t be confused with adequate level of security that is a policy issue.


What is Security Worth?

An exclusive interview with Herbert Lin, the Senior Research Scholar in Stanford University at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. Herbert works on cyber policy and security issues.


How Do We Use Data To Protect Our Oceans?

An exclusive interview with Biological Engineer Christopher Clark at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. With decades of experience in collecting data from the nature, Christophers shares his thoughts on the future of life in our planet.

He also talks about data reliability and the discoveries that are being made by collecting and interpreting massive amounts of high-quality data.


How Do You Balance Accessibility and Security?

An exclusive interview with Takeshi Nakayama, the CPO/CISO at LINE Corporation at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. LINE is the most popular messaging app in Japan with over 200 million users and that makes balancing good user experience with high level security a real challenge.


Why do Companies like Spherity Need Trusted Data Platforms?

An exclusive interview with Carsten Stoecker at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. Carsten works at the Innogy Innovation Hub and just recently announced a spin-off company called Spherity GmbH.

Carsten talks about the business model innovation he is working on in partnership with Intertrust, where they run algorithms on data coming from the off and onshore wind farms in order to improve maintenance, claims management and data sharing. He also talks about how they are protecting their critical utility infrastructure.


What Are “Digital Twins” and How Do They Affect Security?

An exclusive interview with Carsten Stoecker at the Intertrust – LINE Security Summit in San Francisco. Carsten works at the Innogy Innovation Hub and just recently announced a spin-off company called Spherity GmbH.

Carsten talks about the “Digital Twins” and how his new company is revolutionizing the supply chain by liberating the twins from the proprietary cloud solutions, and what it will change in the energy industry.

2017 Schedule

8:45-9:30

REGISTRATION

Replay

9:30-10:00

WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS

Replay

10:00-10:40

KEYNOTE SPEECH

Herbert Lin, PhD
Hoover Institution, Stanford

Replay

10:40-11:20

Policy Panel

Christopher Clark, PhD
Cornell University

Michi Kaifu
CEO, Enotech Consulting

Lisa Walton
Chief Technology Officer SFMTA

Tomas Sander
Privacy Expert, Director, Intertrust

James Miller (Moderator)
American University in Washington, DC

Replay

11:20-11:40

SPEECH

Nathaniel Manning
CEO, Ushahidi

11:40-12:00

Coffee Break

Replay

12:00-12:40

Expert Session

Zulfikar Ramzan
CTO, RSA

Megan Stifel
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Cyber Statecraft Initiative

Kirsten Rulf (Moderator)
Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

12:40-13:00

Speech

Max Alexander
Managing Director, RUG

13:00-14:00

Lunch

Replay

14:00-14:40

Speech

Eli Noam
Columbia University

Replay

14:40-15:20

Cryptography Panel

Jason Franklin, PhD
Venture Capital

Carsten Stoecker
CEO, Spherity GmbH

David Maher, PhD
Intertrust

Steve Hunt (Moderator)
Hunt Business Intelligence

Replay

15:20-15:50

Speech

Knox Carey
Health Data Expert

15:50-16:10

Afternoon break

Replay

16:10-17:00

Design Panel

Carla Holtze
CEO, Parrable

Zaki Alattar
University of California

Albhy Galuten
VP of Media Technology Strategy, Sony

Mark Nelson (Moderator)
Stanford University in the Peace Innovation Lab

17:00-17:40

Afternoon Keynote

Kuo-Wei Wu
Independent Board Director to ChungHwa Telecom

17:40-18:00

Summing Up

18:00-18:15

Closing Remarks

18:30

Cocktail Party

LOCATION

FORT MASON CENTER

2 Marina Boulevard
Landmark Building A, Suite 260
San Francisco, CA 94123

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