Privacy + Security Forum Presents Experts Across a Broad Spectrum of Privacy and Cybersecurity Topics

By TAP Staff Blogger

Posted on September 24, 2021


Next week, privacy law experts Professor Daniel Solove, George Washington University, and Professor Paul Schwartz, University of California, Berkeley, host the Privacy + Security Forum.


The Privacy + Security Forum is a 3-day event that takes a curriculum approach to provide participants with real-world knowledge and practical takeaways about the developments in technology, computer science, and privacy and data security regulations. This fall the forum will be held online.


The Fall 2021 Forum will delve into topics as diverse as dark patterns, evolving health care privacy, ransomware, transformation of cyber insurance, AI regulation, emerging advertising technology, data ethics, and the limitations of technology tools to protect privacy.


The first day of the forum, Wednesday, September 29th, offers in-depth workshops that will examine privacy laws in several regions around the world, as well U.S. state privacy laws. Additional workshops explore aspects of cybersecurity and breaches, and data de-identification.


Keynote Speakers


The keynote speakers are Jennifer Urban, the Chair of the California Privacy Protection Agency, and University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Anita Allen.


Ms. Urban will discuss the New California Privacy Protection Agency at Thursday’s keynote (1 pm Eastern time). And Professor Allen will speak about Privacy’s Greatest Ethical Challenges: Online Equity and Civil Rights, AI and Health during Friday’s keynote (also at 1 pm Eastern time).


Learn more:
Privacy + Security Forum
September 29 - October 1, 2021