Privacy Summit Fall 2019

Privacy Summit, Fall 2019

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LINE Intertrust Privacy Summit

Advancing security, privacy, and trust in our connected world

6th Global Conference

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6th Conference Theme

Protecting the integrity of the data-driven economy

Thank you for being a part of the 6th bi-annual LINE X Intertrust Privacy Summit!

The Fall 2019 Summit was the latest in a series of international conferences focused on privacy and security co-sponsored by LINE and Intertrust. Subject matter experts from different industries around the world gathered to discuss the complex issues surrounding data privacy and business.

It was an eventful day, filled with thought-provoking conversations, thought leadership, and networking. Highlights included fresh insights into data privacy and computing technology, feedback from specialists in policy and human rights, and discussion on the role of data privacy in healthcare, energy, and other sectors.

We hope you found the event as enlightening and enjoyable as we did!

Keynote Speeches & Sessions

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LINE X Intertrust – Highlights October 2019

The LINE X Intertrust Privacy Summit took place on October 29th, 2019 at the historic Hotel de Crillon in Paris. The sixth in a series of summits focusing on security and privacy, the event brought together global leaders in a variety of fields for a wide-ranging discussion of topics around ensuring data privacy in today’s data-driven economy.

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Takesh Nakayama, Executive Officer/CISO/DPO/CPO
of LINE Corporation

Takesh Nakayama talks about consideration of ethical issues as companies look to become 'data companies'.

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Talal G. Shamoon, CEO of Intertrust

Talal G. Shamoon presents his viewpoint that privacy needs to be thought of as a rights management problem.

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Andrew Odlyzko, Professor in the School of Mathematics at the University of Minnesota

Andrew Odlyzko focuses on how the decline of privacy is eroding public trust.

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Cheng-Mount Cheng, Deputy Minister of the National Development Council in Taiwan

Cheng-Mount Cheng presents on how Taiwanese government policy supports both citizens and industry in the data economy.

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Toru Niimi, Privacy Strategy Lead for LINE and Nawaf Naman, President and Founder of The Bridge of Cultures Association

A discussion on how different cultural norms can color perceptions of privacy.

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Ron Wheeler, a well-known entertainment industry attorney and Talal G. Shamoon.

Talal G. Shamoon along with Ron Wheeler raise issues around legal property rights
and privacy.

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Philip Bouchet, COO of the healthcare startup Tilak Healthcare, Paul Abramson, medical doctor and medical data privacy expert, Milan Petkovic, head of the Data Science Department at Philps, and Chuan-Feng Wu, professor at Academia Sincia and expert on health care policy and ethics

Philip Bouchet, Paul Abramson, Milan Petkovic, and Chuan-Feng Wu discuss issues around healthcare and data privacy.

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Dave Maher, EVP and CTO, Intertrust, Andrew Odlyzko, Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota, Milan Petkovic, Head, Data Science Department, Philips, Robert E. Tarjan, Chief Scientist, Intertrust and Professor, Princeton University, Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust (Moderator)

A discussion on data privacy from a computer science viewpoint.

October 2019

Session Article

Privacy: A Key to Avoiding Dystopia

By: Lizzie O'Shea

Privacy laws and regulations have traditionally been designed using the lens of contract. Contract law has been a foundation stone of modern capitalism, enabling people to do business by creating a regime that will enforce promises.

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Schedule

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Salon des Aigles

Salon des Batailles

8:00 – 9:00am

1 hr

Welcome and registration

9:00 – 9:30am

30 mins

Welcome speeches

  • Takesh Nakayama, Executive Officer/CISO/DPO/CPO, LINE Corporation
  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust

9:30 – 10:00am

30 mins

Privacy, Confusology, Price Discrimination, and the Seeds of Capitalism's Destruction

  • Andrew Odlyzko, Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

10:00 – 10:15am

15 mins

Privacy: A Key to Avoiding Dystopia

  • Lizzie O'Shea, Founder and Board Member, Digital Rights Watch (by video)

10:15 – 10:45am

30 mins

Coffee break and networking

10:45 – 11:30am

45 mins

Computer Science and Privacy

  • Dave Maher, EVP and CTO, Intertrust
  • Milan Petkovic, Head, Data Science Department, Philips
  • Robert E. Tarjan, Chief Scientist, Intertrust and Professor, Princeton University
  • Andrew Odlyzko, Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust (Moderator)

10:45 – 11:30am

45 mins

Energy, Climate and Privacy

  • Thomas Birr, SVP, Innovation and Business Transformation, E.ON (opening presentation)
  • Stephen Comello, Director, Energy Business Innovations, Stanford Graduate School of Business (Moderator)
  • Cameron Briggs, General Manager of Future Energy, Origin Energy
  • Andreas Schlayer, Member, Facultative & Corporate Cyber Team, Munich RE

11:30am – 12:20pm

50 mins

Panel Session:
Cross Cultural Norms on Privacy and Data Ownership

  • Toru Niimi, Privacy Strategy Lead, LINE Corporation
  • Nawaf Naman, President and Founder, The Bridge of Cultures Association
  • Nathaniel Manning, Co-Founder Ushahidi and Director of Business Development, Intertrust (Moderator)

12:20 – 1:00pm

40 mins

Conversation:
Should There Be a Legal Right to Privacy?

  • Talal G Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust
  • Ron Wheeler, Attorney

1:00 – 2:00pm

1 hr

Networking lunch

2:00 – 2:30pm

30 mins

European Perspectives on Privacy and Security Regulations for the Tech Industry

  • Bernard Benhamou, Secretary-General, Institute of Digital Sovereignty

2:30 – 2:45pm

15 mins

The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age from a Human Rights Perspective

  • Nawaf Naman, President and Founder, The Bridge of Cultures Association

2:45 – 3:00pm

15 mins

The Role and Mission of the Taiwanese Government in the Digital Economy Age

  • Cheng-Mount Cheng, Deputy Minister, National Development Council, Taiwan

3:00 – 3:45pm

45 mins

Healthcare and Privacy

  • Philip Bouchet, COO, Tilak Healthcare
  • Paul Abramson, Founder and Medical Director, My Doctor Medical Group
  • Milan Petkovic, Head, Data Science Department, Philips
  • Chuan-Feng Wu, Associate Research Professor, Academia Sinica
  • Tomas Sander, DPO, Intertrust (Moderator)

3:00 – 3:45pm

45 mins

Latest Developments in International Privacy Policy

  • Kaori Ishii, Professor, Chuo University
  • Elaine Harwell, Senior Counsel, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch

3:45 – 4:15pm

30 mins

Afternoon tea break and networking

4:15 – 4:45pm

30 mins

Rethinking Human-Technology Interaction

  • Anne Flanagan, Data Policy Lead, World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

4:45 – 5:45pm

1 hr

Closing Panel Session:
Cross Sector Views on Data and Privacy

  • Andreas Schlayer, Member, Facultative & Corporate Cyber Team, Munich RE
  • Florian Kolb, Managing Director, innogy New Ventures
  • Alberto Sigismondi, CEO, Tivù
  • Naohisa Ichihara, Head of Cyber Security Dept., LINE Corporation
  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust (Moderator)

5:45 – 5:50pm

5 mins

Closing Remarks

  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust

6:00 – 7:00pm

1 hr

Cocktail reception

8:00 – 9:00am

1 hr

Welcome and registration

9:00 – 9:30am

30 mins

Welcome speeches

  • Takesh Nakayama, Executive Officer/CISO/DPO/CPO, LINE Corporation
  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust

9:30 – 10:00am

30 mins

Privacy, Confusology, Price Discrimination, and the Seeds of Capitalism's Destruction

  • Andrew Odlyzko, Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

10:00 – 10:15am

15 mins

Privacy: A Key to Avoiding Dystopia

  • Lizzie O'Shea, Founder and Board Member, Digital Rights Watch (by video)

10:15 – 10:45am

30 mins

Coffee break and networking

10:45 – 11:30am

45 mins

Computer Science and Privacy

  • Dave Maher, EVP and CTO, Intertrust
  • Milan Petkovic, Head, Data Science Department, Philips
  • Robert E. Tarjan, Chief Scientist, Intertrust and Professor, Princeton University
  • Andrew Odlyzko, Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust (Moderator)

Energy, Climate and Privacy

  • Thomas Birr, SVP, Innovation and Business Transformation, E.ON (opening presentation)
  • Stephen Comello, Director, Energy Business Innovations, Stanford Graduate School of Business (Moderator)
  • Cameron Briggs, General Manager of Future Energy, Origin Energy
  • Andreas Schlayer, Member, Facultative & Corporate Cyber Team, Munich RE

11:30am – 12:20pm

50 mins

Panel Session:
Cross Cultural Norms on Privacy and Data Ownership

  • Toru Niimi, Privacy Strategy Lead, LINE Corporation
  • Nawaf Naman, President and Founder, The Bridge of Cultures Association
  • Nathaniel Manning, Co-Founder Ushahidi and Director of Business Development, Intertrust (Moderator)

12:20 – 1:00pm

40 mins

Conversation:
Should There Be a Legal Right to Privacy?

  • Talal G Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust
  • Ron Wheeler, Attorney

1:00 – 2:00pm

1 hr

Networking lunch

2:00 – 2:30pm

30 mins

European Perspectives on Privacy and Security Regulations for the Tech Industry

  • Bernard Benhamou, Secretary-General, Institute of Digital Sovereignty

2:30 – 2:45pm

15 mins

The Right to Privacy in the Digital Age from a Human Rights Perspective

  • Nawaf Naman, President and Founder, The Bridge of Cultures Association

2:45 – 3:00pm

15 mins

The Role and Mission of the Taiwanese Government in the Digital Economy Age

  • Cheng-Mount Cheng, Deputy Minister, National Development Council, Taiwan

3:00 – 3:45pm

45 mins

Healthcare and Privacy

  • Philip Bouchet, COO, Tilak Healthcare
  • Paul Abramson, Founder and Medical Director, My Doctor Medical Group
  • Milan Petkovic, Head, Data Science Department, Philips
  • Chuan-Feng Wu, Associate Research Professor, Academia Sinica
  • Tomas Sander, DPO, Intertrust (Moderator)

Latest Developments in International Privacy Policy

  • Kaori Ishii, Professor, Chuo University
  • Elaine Harwell, Senior Counsel, Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch

3:45 – 4:15pm

30 mins

Afternoon tea break and networking

4:15 – 4:45pm

30 mins

Rethinking Human-Technology Interaction

  • Anne Flanagan, Data Policy Lead, World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

4:45 – 5:45pm

1 hr

Closing Panel Session:
Cross Sector Views on Data and Privacy

  • Andreas Schlayer, Member, Facultative & Corporate Cyber Team, Munich RE
  • Florian Kolb, Managing Director, innogy New Ventures
  • Alberto Sigismondi, CEO, Tivù
  • Naohisa Ichihara, Head of Cyber Security Dept., LINE Corporation
  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust (Moderator)

5:45 – 5:50pm

5 mins

Closing Remarks

  • Talal G. Shamoon, CEO, Intertrust

6:00 – 7:00pm

1 hr

Cocktail reception

Speakers

Lizzie O'Shea

Founder and Board Member

Digital Rights Watch

 

Lizzie O’Shea is a founder and board member of Digital Rights Watch, which advocates for human rights online and a lawyer, writer, and broadcaster. In June 2019, she was named a Human Rights Hero by Access Now. She is the author of the book Future Histories.

Florian Kolb

Managing Director

innogy New Ventures

 

Florian Kolb has more than 20 years of professional experience in tech and non-tech-related industries with a strong background in mergers & acquisitions. At RWE, Florian lead M&A deals worth more than $10bn and at innogy has invested in various Silicon Valley-based activities.

Dave Maher

EVP and CTO

Intertrust

 

Responsible for R&D at Intertrust, David Maher has over 30 years of experience in secure computing. Previously, Maher was the chief scientist for AT&T Secure Communications Systems and the Chief Architect for secure communication products used by the U.S. Government.

Elaine Harwell

Senior Counsel

Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch

 

Elaine F. Harwell is an experienced business litigation attorney and a trained privacy professional at Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch, LLP. Her practice is focused on representing clients in cybersecurity and data privacy matters.

Kaori Ishii

Professor

Chuo University

 

Kaori Ishii joined Chuo University from April 2019. She was a Visiting Professor at Ryerson University from 2016 to 2017. She had also worked as a lawyer, in-house counsel, and a scholar. Her research focuses on legal issues around data protection and privacy.

Ron Wheeler

Attorney

 

Ron Wheeler is the Managing Director of the ATSC 3.0 Security Authority. He also serves as Vice-Chair of the International Copyright Treaties and Laws Committee of the American Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Law Section’s Copyright Division.

Bernard Benhamou

Secretary General

Institute of Digital Sovereignty

 

Bernard Benhamou is the secretary-general of the Institute of Digital Sovereignty and a senior lecturer on Internet governance at Panthéon Sorbonne University. He has served as Interministerial Delegate for Internet Usage at the Ministry of Research & the Ministry of the Digital Economy.

Anne Flanagan

Data Policy Lead

World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution

 

Anne Flanagan is based at the World Economic Forum’s Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution where she develops policy governance frameworks on issues of data governance. She has previously served in both Irish government and EU institutions.

Cheng-Mount Cheng

Deputy Minister

National Development Council, Taiwan

 

Cheng-Mount Cheng is the Deputy Minister, National Development Council and previously served for the Vice Chairman of Financial Supervisory Commission. He was also an assistant research fellow at Taiwan Institute of Economic Research and chief economist at Citibank Taiwan.

Milan Petkovic

Head of the Data Science Department

Philips

 

Prof. Dr. Milan Petković is the head of the Data Science department at Philips. He is also a professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology and serves in several advisory groups to the European Commission on data sharing and security subjects.

Nawaf Naman

President and Founder

The Bridge of Cultures Association

 

Nawaf Naman is an expert in diplomatic and cultural affairs. Currently attached to the Permanent Mission of Kuwait to the UN in Geneva, he is involved in human rights and humanitarian affairs. He created the Bridge of Cultures Association in 2017.

Thomas Birr

SVP, Innovation and Business Transformation

E.ON

 

Thomas Birr is the Senior Vice President, Innovation and Business Transformation for E.ON. An energy industry futurist and strategist with over 30 years of experience, before joining E.ON, he held several management and board positions in innogy and RWE.

Chuan-Feng Wu

Associate Research Professor

Academia Sinica

 

Chuan-Feng Wu serves as an associate research professor at Academia Sinica and an adjunct associate professor at the School of Public Health, at Taiwan University and at the Institute of Health and Welfare Policy, National Yang-Ming University.

Naohisa Ichihara

Head of Cyber Security Dept

LINE Corporation

 

Naohisa Ichihara is a manager in the Security Strategy and Trust & Safety teams at LINE Corporation. He has a broad depth of security development experience including smart card OS, residential ID card, e-Passport, NFC, Mobile, and Web based systems as well as mobile carrier account authentication.

Toru Niimi

Privacy Strategy Lead

LINE Corporation

 

Toru Niimi leads the Privacy Strategy Team at LINE Corporation. He is also a researcher at the Japan Institute of Law and Information Systems. Previously he worked for the government of Zimbabwe as the local counterpart for the EU and ITU around the Data Protection Directive.

Tomas Sander

DPO

Intertrust

 

Dr. Tomas Sander is the Data Protection Officer and Senior Research Scientist at Intertrust. Previously Tomas worked at Hewlett Packard Labs as a member of the Security and Manageability Lab. His research interests include privacy, computer security, and cryptography.

Andrew Odlyzko

Professor, School of Mathematics

University of Minnesota

 

Andrew Odlyzko has had a long career in research and research management at Bell Labs, AT&T Labs, and most recently at the University of Minnesota, was Assistant VP for Research. He is now a Professor in the School of Mathematics.

Robert E. Tarjan

Chief Scientist and Professor

Intertrust and Princeton University

 

Bob Tarjan is Intertrust’s Chief Scientist and also the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the A. M. Turing Award, and the Nevanlinna Prize.

Alberto Sigismodi

CEO

Tivù

 

Alberto Sigismondi is an expert in digital television. In 2008 he was appointed CEO of Tivù S.r.l., the JV between RAI, Mediaset, and Telecom Italia Media. He has been working in television since 1978, with different roles including Strategic Marketing Director.

Andreas Schlayer

Senior Underwriter

Munich Re

 

Andreas Schlayer is a member of Munich RE’s Facultative & Corporate Cyber Team and is responsible for Large Corporate Cyber Business. He has over 25 years of insurance industry experience, specifically in cyber and industrial property risks and underwriting facultative reinsurance.

Paul Abramson

Founder and Medical Director

My Doctor Medical Group

 

Paul Abramson MD received his medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco and comes from a lineage of medical doctors. He is also a consultant in health information technology and privacy issues, holding B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford.

Nathaniel Manning

Director of Business Development

Intertrust

 

Nathaniel Manning is a co-founder of Ushahidi and Director of Business Development at Intertrust. For a complete bio, visit natmanning.com

Takesh Nakayama

Executive Officer/CISO/DPO/CPO

LINE Corporation

 

Takesh Nakayama joined LINE in 2014 and is an executive officer, Chief Privacy Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, and Data Protection Officer of LINE Corporation. He oversees legal, security, compliance, intellectual property and risk management, and is a board member of several LINE group companies including LINE Financial and LINE Healthcare.

Cameron Briggs

General Manager of Future Energy

Origin Energy

 

Cameron Briggs is the General Manager of Future Energy for Origin Energy in Australia. Previously, he has held several senior executive roles in the Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization and has worked in four startup companies.

Talal G. Shamoon

CEO

Intertrust

 

As Intertrust’s CEO, Talal Shamoon has grown the company into a global leader in trusted computing products and services. Shamoon joined Intertrust in 1997 and held a series of executive positions. He is also a recognized inventor and published author.

Stephen Comello

Director, Energy Business Innovations

Stanford Graduate School of Business

 

Stephen Comello is the director of Energy Business Innovations, Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a fellow at the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, Stanford University. He is also a manager for Stanford’s Bits & Watts Initiative and a Precourt Energy Scholar.

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