San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Health Privacy in a Fully Connected World:
The Loss of Autonomy or Increased Opportunity for Longevity?
In the next few years, the entire concept of how medicine is practiced will change. Data collected from wearables, our DNA, and online actions will be used to chart who we are and drive healthcare decisions. The challenge will be managing to achieve the healthcare benefits and innovation while assuring privacy and data security. In honor of Data Privacy Day, NCSA and the Georgia Institute of Technology's Scheller College of Business and School of Interactive Computing invite you to an interactive, lively and revealing conversation with leading technology and privacy experts to explore the future of health privacy and the pioneering technologies that are changing the game.
This event will be available LIVE online! Use this link to watch LIVE on January 28th:
The official hashtag for Data Privacy Day is #DPD15.
1:00pm – 1:30pm – Registration and Networking
1:30pm – 1:40pm – Welcome and Introduction
1:40pm – 1:45pm - World Privacy Forum video on health privacy highlights from the 2015 Consumer Electronic Show
1:45pm - 3:00pm – The Future of Healthcare and Game Changing Innovations
3:00pm - 3:15pm – Break
3:15pm – 4:30pm – Health Privacy in a Fully Connected World
4:30pm – 4:45pm - Closing Remarks
4:45pm - 5:00pm – Tours Available of Aware Home at Georgia Tech
Dr. Annie I. Antón
Prof. Peter Swire
Law and Ethics Program
Scheller College of Business
Georgia Institute of Technology
Hilary M. Wandall
- (INVITED) - Jeremy Maxwell, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Chief Privacy Officer
- Mark Braunstein, MD; Professor of the Practice & Assoc. Director of the Health Systems Institute
- Munmun De Choudhury, Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Beth Mynatt, Executive Director, Institute for People and Technology (IPaT), Georgia Institute of Technology; Professor, School of Interactive Computing
- James Rehg: Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
About Data Privacy Day:
Led by the National Cyber Security Alliance, Data Privacy Day began in the United States and Canada in January 2008 as an extension of the Data Protection Day celebration in Europe. The Day commemorates the 1981 signing of Convention 108 – the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. On January 27, 2014, the 113th U.S. Congress adopted S. Res. 337, a nonbinding resolution expressing support for the designation of January 28 as "National Data Privacy Day." Ghostery is the Leading Sponsor of Data Privacy Day while ESET and Intel are Contributing Sponsors. Participating Sponsors are Lockheed Martin, Merck, Morrison & Foerster and Alston & Bird. Small Business Sponsors include the Churchill Club, the Georgia Tech School of Interactive Computing and The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, Privacy Ref LLC, PRIVATE WiFi, Reputation.com, SnoopWall and Golden Frog. Follow DPD on Twitter and Facebook. The official hashtag of DPD is #DPD15.
Details about parking at the Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech can be found here:
Tour The Aware Home at Georgia Tech - Begun in 1998, the Aware Home Research Initiative (AHRI) at Georgia Institute of Technology is an interdisciplinary research endeavor involving faculty and student researchers from multiple domains across campus. As the first residential laboratory of its type, the Aware Home has received great media attention and provided a valuable venue demonstrating the multidisciplinary nature of Georgia Tech research. Since 2000, Aware Home Research Initiative researchers have leveraged the facility to investigate many areas of research including: data delivery to the home, innovative sensing and control infrastructure, and a variety of applications to support home residents. One of the strongest areas in this research is on health and wellness in the home with significant efforts focused on technology to support aging-in-place and the caregivers of children with developmental disabilities, such as autism. This research has influenced both the broader research community and industry in considering the importance of the home in our future. For tour information visit: http://www.awarehome.gatech.edu
When & Where
National Cyber Security Alliance
The National Cyber Security Alliance’s (NCSA) mission is to educate and empower digital citizens to use the Internet and connected devices safely and securely wherever they are and understand ways to navigate privacy in a fully connected world.
NCSA, a 501(c)(3) founded in 2001, is a leading public-private partnership, working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), corporate sponsors (ADP, AT&T, Bank of America, BlackBerry, Cisco, Comcast Corporation, ESET, Facebook, Google, Intel, Logical Operations, Microsoft, PayPal, PKWARE, Raytheon, RSA, the Security Division of EMC, Symantec, Verizon and Visa) and nonprofit collaborators to promote cybersecurity and privacy awareness everywhere.
To achieve our mission, NCSA builds strong public-private partnerships to create and implement far-reaching education and awareness programs that encourage a culture of cybersecurity and privacy. NCSA’s core initiatives include: Data Privacy Day (Jan 28), National Cyber Security Awareness Month (Oct) and STOP. THINK. CONNECT..