Sayoko Blodgett-Ford speaks at Boston College Law School Program on Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference at IBM
GTC Member and Chief Privacy Officer Sayoko Blodgett-Ford spoke at Privacy & Security event on January 24, 2018 offered through the Boston College Law School Program on Innovation and Entrepreneurship and hosted by IBM in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Boston College Law School Program on Innovation and Entrepreneurship presents: Turning Challenge into Opportunity: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Privacy & Security
January 24, 2018, 8:30am – noon – IBM, 75 Binney Street, Cambridge MA
Welcome by Professor David Olson, faculty director of the Boston College Law School Program on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Tour of IBM X-Force Command Cyber Range
Sara Cable, Director of Data Privacy & Security and Assistant Attorney General at the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General
Heather Egan Sussman, co-head of the Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group, Ropes & Gray
Moderator — Katherine Fick, brand counsel for IBM Security and Watson CE
Harvard Privacy Tools Project – James Honaker, Research Fellow, Institute for Quantitative Social Science, will demo a prototype tool for use of health data for research
Wombat Security – Travis Dollinger and Taylor Goss will demo their anti-phishing software that came out of Carnegie Mellon research.
Dave O’Connor, CISSP, Manager, Information Security, Iron Mountain will talk about remote assessments as an efficient tool for vendor privacy and security compliance management.
Boston College Master of Science Program in Cybersecurity Policy and Governance – Kevin Powers, founding Director, will discuss their innovative program
Smart Light Pole Privacy Challenges – Peter Lefkowitz, Chief Digital Risk Officer, Citrix Systems
Closing by Sayoko Blodgett-Ford, Member & Chief Privacy Officer, GTC Law Group PC and Adjunct Professor, Boston College Law School (teaching Privacy Law and Mobile App Development – Legal Contributions)