pii2013 Seattle Schedule

Below is the schedule for the pii2013 conference that took place September 16-18. For more information on the speakers, visit the Speakers page.

Monday, September 16, 2013 – Space Needle building

 

11:00am – 4:30pm       Global Data Protection policy workshop

This pre-conference workshop will offer an in-depth look at key data protection regulations and privacy laws in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia. You must purchase a separate registration pass for the workshop, but a discount is available to registered attendees of pii2013. Visit the policy workshop page for a detailed description of the sessions and speakers.

 

11:00am    Attendee Check-in

 

11:30am     Welcome Remarks

 

11:35am     Recent Data Privacy Developments in D.C.

Moderator: Craig Spiezle, Founder and Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance

Justin Brookman, Director of Project on Consumer Privacy, CDT

Julie Mayer, Consumer Protection Attorney, FTC

Kathy Poplin, Director, Global Public Policy, AT&T

Katie Ratté, Assistant General Counsel, The Walt Disney Company

 

12:15pm     Working Lunch – Privacy Under Pressure: Government Access and Transparency

Moderator: Declan McCullagh, Chief Political Correspondent, News.com

Françoise Gilbert, Managing Attorney, IT Law Group

Todd Hinnen, Partner, Perkins Coie

 

1:20pm       Data Collection & Consent: Next Steps for Digital Advertising

Moderator: Kate Kaye, Data Reporter, Advertising Age

JC Cannon, Director of Privacy Strategy, Online Services Division, Microsoft

Aleecia McDonald, Director of Privacy, Stanford’s Center for Internet & Society

Chris Mejia, Director, Digital Supply Chain Solutions & Ad Technology, IAB

Berin Szoka, Founder and President, TechFreedom

 

2:00pm       Rethinking Privacy Rights & Responsibilities: Preparing for the E.U.’s Proposed Data Protection Rules

Moderator: Françoise Gilbert, Managing Attorney, IT Law Group

Lothar Determann, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Christina Gagnier, Partner, Gagnier Margossian LLP

Ira Rubinstein, Senior Fellow, Information Law Institute, NYU School of Law

 

2:40pm       Break

 

2:50pm       Beyond the U.S. and E.U.: A Look at Data Protection in Other Parts of the World

Moderator: Saira Nayak, Director of Policy, TRUSTe

Matthew DelNero, Partner, Covington & Burling

Dona Fraser, Vice President, Privacy Certified, ESRB

Amrita Srivastava, Partner, Desh International Law

 

3:30pm       Creating an Effective Global Privacy Program

Moderator: Craig Spiezle, Founder and Executive Director, Online Trust Alliance

Michael Spadea, Director – Privacy and Information Risk, Promontory Financial Group

Aaron Weller, Managing Director, Data Protection & Privacy, PwC

Paola Zeni, Director, Global Privacy, Symantec

 

4:10pm       Data Breach Preparedness and Notification

Ozzie Fonseca, Senior Director, Data Breach Resolution, Experian

 

4:30pm       Wrap-up

 

5:00pm – 6:00pm     pii2013 Welcome Reception sponsored by AVG

Kick off this year’s conference with cocktails and conversation on the Skyline Level of the Space Needle.  Open to all registered pii2013 conference attendees.

 

6:15pm – 8:30pm     App Developer Bootcamp

Sponsored by ACT 4 Apps, the App Developer Bootcamp will offer app developers practical guidance on designing with privacy in mind to offer a better user experience. Learn what you need to do to comply with regulations, and how you can take the next step to build trust with your customers. The bootcamp is invite-only, and admission is free to the first 100 app developers. Additional tickets are only $25 each. Interested in attending? Please contact us to request an invite.

 

6:15pm       Welcome Remarks

 

6:30pm       App Privacy: How to Not F#*% it Up

Anne Toth, CEO, Trustworks Privacy Advisors

 

6:50pm       Baking Privacy into Your App: What Every Developer Needs to Know

Moderator: Charles Belle, Executive Director, Institute for Innovation Law

Saira Nayak, Director, Policy, TRUSTe

Morgan Reed, Executive Director, ACT

Tim Wyatt, Director of Security Engineering, Lookout

 

7:30pm       Being Trusted: Tools and Tips to Improve Transparency

Moderator: Mark Blafkin, Executive Director, Innovators Network

Olivier Amar, Co-founder and CEO, MyPermissions

Robi Ganguly, Founder and CEO, Apptentive

Ilana Westerman, CEO, Create with Context

 

8:10pm       Q&A

 

8:30pm       Wrap-up

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 – Bell Harbor International Conference Center

 

8:00am       Attendee Check-in and Continental Breakfast

Plan to arrive at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center by 8:00am to pick up your name badge and enjoy a continental breakfast before the conference begins.

 

9:00am       Welcome Remarks

 

9:15am       pii Post-PRISM: Trust & the Data-Driven Economy

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation

Lothar Determann, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Ladar Levison, Founder, Lavabit

Mary Ludloff, Co-founder and VP, Marketing, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data

Declan McCullagh, Chief Political Correspondent, CNET

 

9:55am       Catalyzing a New Data Economy

Brandon Barnett, Director of Business Innovation, Intel

 

10:20am     Break

 

10:30am      Contextual Privacy: Redefining Privacy for the Era of Smartphones and Sensors

Sarah Rotman Epps, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

Fatemeh Khatibloo, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

 

10:55am      Innovator Spotlight Demos

The CEOs of the startups selected for the pii2013 Innovator Spotlight will each give a five-minute presentation about their company. There will also be a brief Q&A, so get ready to ask questions before you need to vote for your favorite startup to win the Audience Choice Award. Visit the Innovator Spotlight page for a list of this year’s presenting startups.

 

12:00pm     Lunch and Technology Showcase

Enjoy lunch while you tour the exhibitor lounge at the pii2013 Technology Showcase. In addition to spending more time with the Innovator Spotlight startups, you’ll get a chance to preview demos from other exhibiting companies that will be vying for your vote and the chance to give an on stage demo on September 18th. 

 

1:30pm       Home Smart Home: Living with Connected Devices

Moderator: Rob Pegoraro, Freelance Technology Writer

Jeff Hagins, Co-founder and CTO, SmartThings

Kashmir Hill, Senior Editor, Forbes

Chris Hulls, Co-founder and CEO, Life360

Angela McIntyre, Research Director, Gartner

 

2:10pm       Looking at Glass from the User’s Perspective

Moderator: Larry Downes, Consultant and Author

Imei Hsu, Clinical Supervisor, Seattle Direct Counseling

Jeris Miller, Founder, Dakini 3 Media and Skydancer Productions

 

2:35pm       The Connected Self: The Promise of Wearable Tech and Personal Analytics

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation

Sarah Rotman Epps, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

Rachel Kalmar, Data Scientist, Misfit Wearables

Joshua Kauffman, Principal Collaborator and Advisor, Quantified Self

Sean Madden, Executive Managing Director of Client Experience, Ziba

 

3:15pm       Break

 

3:30pm       Emerging Technologies and the Fine Line between Cool and Creepy

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation

Terence Craig, Co-founder and CEO, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data

Jamela Debelak, Technology and Liberty Director, ACLU of Washington

Larry Downes, Consultant and Author

Adam Thierer, Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center, George Mason University

 

4:10pm       Privacy and Online Civic Engagement

Marci Harris, Co-founder and CEO, POPVOX

 

4:25pm       Life in the Digital Limelight: Managing Identity and Reputation

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation

Michael Bergman, Co-founder and CEO, REPP

Heather Hiles, CEO, PathBrite

Ellen Levy, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Connect

Patrick Riley, Co-founder and CEO, Ark.com

 

5:05pm       The Future of Identity

Monica Chew, Lead Privacy Engineer, Mozilla

Heather Schlegel, Strategic Futurist, The Purple Tornado

 

5:45pm       Cocktail Reception and Speed Networking

Join us for cocktails and a round of “speed networking” pii2013-style before Ignite pii2013 starts.

 

7:oopm       Ignite pii2013

Enjoy five-minute ‘lightning talks’ by fellow pii2013 participants at Ignite pii2013. If you’re aren’t familiar with O’Reilly Media’s Ignite event, it’s a fast-paced, fun format where speakers give five-minute talks about a topic their passionate about using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds (Note: There is not a separate charge to attend Ignite pii2013, but it is only open to registered pii2013 attendees).

 

8:30pm      Wrap-up

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 – Bell Harbor International Conference Center

 

8:00am       Continental Breakfast

Spend some time networking with other pii2013 participants as you enjoy coffee and continental breakfast in the Bay Auditorium foyer.

 

9:00am       Announcement of Innovator Spotlight & Technology Showcase Winners

We’ll reveal who won this year’s Innovator Spotlight award. Then, we’ll invite the company that received the most votes in the Technology Showcase to do a brief presentation on stage.

 

9:20am       The Big Deal about Big Data: Predictive Analytics

Moderator: Mary Ludloff, Co-founder and VP, Marketing, PatternBuilders and Co-author, Privacy and Big Data

Jim Adler, VP, Products, Metanautix

Micheline Casey, Chief Data Officer, Federal Reserve Board

Michael Chui, Principal, McKinsey Global Institute

 

10:00am     Fireside Chat

Moderator: Liz Gannes, Senior Editor, All Things D

Anne Toth, CEO, Trustworks Privacy Advisors
10:25am     Break

 

10:40am     Inside the Market for Personal Data and Identity Services

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation

Marc Guldimann, Founder and CEO, Enliken

Gary Rowe, CEO, Respect Network

Denise Tayloe, CEO, Privo

James Varga, CEO, miiCard

 

11:20am     The Business of Privacy: Enabling Consumers to Control Their Digital Footprint

Moderator: Kashmir Hill, Senior Editor, Forbes

Jim Brock, VP, Privacy Products, AVG Technologies

Bill Kerrigan, CEO, Abine

Mike Janke, Co-founder and CEO, Silent Circle

Casey Oppenheim, Co-founder, Disconnect

 

12:00pm     Lunch

 

1:00pm      Announcements

 

1:10pm       Building Trust in the Cloud

Moderator: Heidi Wachs, Research Director, Gartner

Peter Biddle, GM, Cloud Services Platform, Intel

J.R. Santos, Global Research Director, Cloud Security Alliance

 

1:45pm       Proving Yourself: Authentication Technologies and Trends

Moderator: Steve Wildstrom, Co-founder, Tech.pinions

Phillip Dunkelberger, CEO, Nok Nok Labs

Stina Ehrensvard, Founder and CEO, Yubico

Mark Risher, Co-founder and CEO, Impermium

 

2:25pm       Mobile Data Collection in Retail Stores

Gabriela Aschenberger, Design Researcher, Create with Context

Ilana Westerman, CEO, Create with Context

 

2:50pm       Break

 

3:10pm       Live Video – Privacy Engineering

Alessandro Acquisti, Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

Lorrie Cranor, Assistant Professor, Carnegie Mellon University

 

3:30pm       The Future of Digital Advertising

Moderator: Kate Kaye, Data Reporter, Advertising Age

Chris Babel, CEO, TRUSTe

Lou Mastria, Managing Director, Digital Advertising Alliance

Kamakshi Sivaramakrishnan, Founder and CEO, Drawbridge

 

4:10pm       Developing Better Mobile Privacy Notices

Moderator: Rob Pegoraro, Freelance Technology Writer

Mark Blafkin, Executive Director, Innovators Network

Justin Brookman, Director of Project on Consumer Privacy, CDT

Dona Fraser, Vice President, Privacy Certified, ESRB

 

4:50pm       Trust & the User Experience

Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation

Nathan Good, Principal, Good Research

Nancy Hadley, Managing Director, Catalysis

Maritza Johnson, Technical Privacy Manager, Facebook

Torrey Podmajersky, Content Developer, Microsoft

 

5:30pm       Wrap-up

 

5:45pm      Happy Hour