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Digital Ethics: Privacy, Trust & Money



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NOVEMBER 07 - 08, 2019
November 07 - 08, 2019

About the Seminar

This event is created for Digital Business executives who are charged with collecting, protecting, analyzing and leveraging data.  In the age of Digital buying and selling, it is imperative to create Data Governance best practices and guidelines and to then ensure these protocols are upheld to the highest degree possible. 

“Digital Ethics: Privacy, Trust and Money” has been designed to educate professionals on this continuously changing landscape. New regulations will be reviewed.  A deep dive into algorithmic fairness and the intended and untended consequences will be evaluated.  The use of analytics to drive revenue by reaching exactly who you want to reach, when you want to reach them will be discussed. There have many stakeholders to answer to, the customer, the company, the individuals…privacy must be protected.  How can today’s Digital Business Executive balance the pressure to perform and produce revenue while upholding governance guidelines?  They agree on a Digital Ethics protocol and adhere to it day in and day out. 

Session Topics 

  • Today’s Regulatory and Legislative Landscape: Fast Facts for Today’s Playbook
  • Algorithmic Fairness:  Intended and Unintended Consequences
  • Analytics in Action
  • Data Governance: Governing Your Data to Ensure Ethical Use
  • Storage Wars
  • Show Me the Money:  Driving Revenue though Segmentation, Personalization and Subscription
  • Risk Management: Preventing a Crisis BEFORE it Happens
  • Communications Strategies to Ensure Buy-In from Stakeholders
  • Digital Ethics, Trust and Integrity: Value of Good Citizenship
  • Digital Ethics and Customer Loyalty: Protecting Your Brand and Your Reputation

Who Should Attend 

Expected titles include: 

  • Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers
  • Chief Digital Officer
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Chief Privacy Officer
  • Chief Ethics Officer
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • Chief Legal Officer
  • General Counsel
  • VP and Directors of Ethics and Compliance
  • VP and Directors of Digital
  • Human Resource Executives
  • Risk Management Executives
  • Innovation Executives
  • Digital Directors

Three Things to Do Now  

1. Register 

Register early and save $100. Offer ends September 28, 2019.

One discount per registration. Multiple discounts may not be combined. 

2. Tell a Colleague 

Would this event be beneficial for a colleague to attend? Share this link with them: Digital Ethics: Privacy, Trust & Money (Nov. 7-8) 

3. Get Involved 

If you would like to get involved in this year’s seminar, please contact us.  

Mehran Aminian Ph.D., Professor of Electrical Engineering, St. Mary's University College

Cynthia Cohen, Board of Directors, Triumph Resources, Inc

Thomas Creely, Director, Ethics and Emerging Military Technology, U.S. Naval War College

Susan Getgood, VP of Product Innovation, She Meida

Mitra Bokaei Hosseini, Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Texas at San Antonio

Jen McClure, Distinguished Principal Fellow & Program Director, Marketing & Communications Center, The Conference Board

Mary Newcomer Williams, Assistant General Counsel, Azure Cloud Team, Microsoft Corporation

Andrew Reiskind, Senior Vice President, Deputy Chief Privacy Officer, MasterCard Incorporated

Heidi Salow, Chief Privacy Officer, Leidos Holdings Inc.

Hugo Teufel III, Chief Privacy Counsel, Raytheon Company

Curtis White, Chief Information Officer, St. Mary's University College