San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
UC Hastings, Privacy and Technology Project, Presents
Bay Area Privacy Professionals: Big Data & Privacy
Speaker, Lenny Stein, General Counsel of Splunk
Leonard R. Stein is the Senior Vice President, General Counsel of Splunk. Splunk was founded to pursue a disruptive new vision: make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. Machine data is one of the fastest growing and most pervasive segments of "big data"--generated by websites, applications, servers, networks, mobile devices and the like that organizations rely on every day. By monitoring and analyzing everything from customer clickstreams and transactions to network activity and call records--and more, Splunk turns machine data into valuable insights no matter what business you're in. It's what we call operational intelligence.
Registration is limited and in high demand. Please only register if you plan on attending. If, at some point, you realize you cannot attend, please remove your name from the registration so others may register. Thank you.
6-6:30 PM - Registration & Networking
6:30-35 PM - Fatima & Jim Intro to Hastings Privacy Project
6:35-7:20 PM - Lenny Stein - Privacy & Big Data
7:20 - 8:00 PM - Q&A
8:00 - 8:30 Networking
*Food and Refresments provided by Bingham McCutchen
About Bay Area Privacy Professionals
The Bay Area Privacy Professions (BAPP) organizes high impact speaker presentations for professionals working in the privacy space or interested in the intersection of privacy and technology. Topics include all aspects of privacy, technology, and data. BAPP is organized and produced by the UC Hastings, Privacy and Technology Project. The first BAPP event featured Moxie Marlinspike, a computer security specilalist currently working for Twitter.
To host, speak, or learn more about BAPP, please contact Charles Belle: firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
UC Hastings Privacy and Technology Project
UC Hastings Privacy and Technology Project (Privacy Project)
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The Privacy Project is a new model for the challenges of a new century. In contrast to the traditional model of a think-tank, where research is conducted as open-ended projects, considering issues as they arise across time, the Project seeks to provide clearly defined deliverables in terms of legislation, consumer products, and industry standards to benefit users, private industry, the government and society as a whole.
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