An epic panel on privacy at MIT

This evening, I'll be on a panel discussing the role of customer privacy and trust in innovation.

This evening, I'll be on a panel discussing the role of customer privacy and trust in innovation. It's at MIT Stata Center, Kirsch Auditorium, 32 Vassar St. in Cambridge, Mass. and begins at 5:30 p.m.

Here's the description:

How social are you? Do you chronicle family life on Facebook and Pinterest? Do you engage and debate others on Twitter? Do you keep potential employers salivating on LinkedIn? Do you use a multitude of apps on your phone to assist you with every form of consumption? Now think, where does this rich digital tapestry of your physical life go once you’ve logged it, and -- beyond family and friends -- what do others do with it, and what can they subsequently do with you?

Panelists will each give perspectives, from different vantage points, on the data breach epidemic and the gauntlet that entrepreneurs should be prepared to run. Panelist views will range from venture investment in innovation and security, to data breach laws and regulations; to watchdog media; and data security and protective technologies. All the panelists believe the world and business to be a better place with openness and sharing, but that the task is not for the faint of heart.

Panelists are:


Kevin Kosh, Partner, CHEN PR


Bill BrennerManaging Editor of CSO

Anup Ghosh, Ph.D, Founder and CEO of Invincea and

a Research Professor in the Center for Secure Information Systems at George Mason University

Mark Hatfield, Partner Fairhaven Capital

Gant Redmon, Esq., General Counsel and VP Business Development, Co3 Systems and a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US)

If you're local, please register. It should be a lively discussion.

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