ICS/Lotus (mostly), Linux, Travel, Skiing, Mixology, and Random Musing of Interest

My IBM ConnectED Speaking Schedule -- With My First ChalkTalk

Bill Malchisky  January 21 2015 08:45:00 PM
Image:My IBM ConnectED Speaking Schedule -- With My First ChalkTalk

In just a few short days, the next iteration of our annual January conference commences. With all of the other ICS related activities I am doing this year outside of IC15 (LS15), I am happy to take a bit of a back seat with the speaking and run my first ChalkTalk session (formerly Birds Of a Feather (BOF)), plus Linuxfest VI on Wednesday.

For my ChalkTalk session, I am co-presenting with the wonderful fellow IBM Champion, Ms. Femke Goedhart. We are covering the Personal Privacy Paradigm. A timely topic with all of the data breaches being reported in the news. We both bring years of personal and consulting experience to this topic, and recently collaborated on an data privacy project. We are both thrilled to be able to present this topic with many useful examples. We think you will find the interactive discussion both lively and informative. See you there!

Date: Tuesday, 27 January
Time: 6:15 - 7:00 PM
Place: Swan -- Swan 7-10
Audience: Cross Industry
Speakers: Bill Malchisky, Femke Goedhart

Abstract

In a world of ubiquitous information access, how does one maintain their privacy and avoid future forward situations that may be hard to extrapolate? People have a right to privacy, but through the combination of lawyers and technology what used to be an easy paperwork process can introduce significant gray areas with overreaching background check releases and agreements that can be unwise to sign as is. Additionally, customers need to protect their information, regulated data, and trade secrets, all while ensuring outside vendors can do their job even when working through multiple layers of contracting organizations. This BOF discusses trends in privacy protection and degradation while providing tips you can use to help you with that next gig while also protecting yourself, your family, or your company. Please bring your privacy challenges as Femke and Bill provide insight while fostering what should be a lively group discussion

Comments
No Comments Found

Powered by IBM Lotus Domino 8 | Lotus User Group | Get Firefox! | This blog is listed on Planet Lotus   IBM Certified

© 2010 William Malchisky.