Complying with privacy requirements is an institution-wide effort that involves end users, data stewards, policy officers, and security professionals. However, the individuals who are expected to actually implement technologies needed to enable privacy aren't always apprised or aware of the reasoning behind what they are being asked to do. If they were, ideas as to how to better satisfy the goals may well result. This session brings together the "right brain" policy people with the "left brain" technologists, in an effort to make each more "whole-brained," in the area of privacy and supporting technologies.
Vice President for Trust and Identity, NET+, Internet2