Digital Trust and the Future of the Global Marketplace
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Internet has made it easier than ever for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes to participate in the global marketplace. But they face a number of public policy challenges related to cybersecurity, privacy, and trade. Chief among them is how to establish trust across far flung geographies and cultures. How can security experts, businesses, governments, and policy makers meet the complex tasks necessary to maintain the trust needed to ensure the future of global innovation - the lifeblood of economic growth?
Join our distinguished panel for a robust conversation that will cover:
- What can the private sector do to improve trust in the global digital marketplace?
- How can public policy and trade policy set clear rules of the road to help businesses and entrepreneurs succeed globally?
- What can be done when conflicting national laws apply to a global service? Who has jurisdiction?
- What are the basics of security, privacy, and copyright policy that businesses need to know?
Jake Colvin - Executive Director of the Global Innovation Forum and Vice President at the National Foreign Trade Council
Adam C. Schlosser - Director Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Danielle Kehl - Policy Analyst, Open Technology Institute, New America Foundation
Eric Burger - Director (General Manager) of the Georgetown Center for Secure Communications (GCSC) and the Security and Software Engineering Research Center (S2ERC at Georgetown)
Michael Nelson - Public Policy at Cloudflare, Inc.
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Greater Washington DC Chapter of the Internet Society
The DC Chapter of the Internet Society's (ISOC-DC's) seeks to further the Internet Society's mission in the Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia community. The chapter strives to promote open development, evolution, and use of the Internet for the benefit of people worldwide. ISOC-DC brings together individuals from within the DC area, as well as abroad, to engage in events, discussions, and information exchanges to advance these goals.