Part of CES 2017, MEF’s Data Privacy & Security Summit, supported by BICS, explored how technology is demanding innovative models and best practice for mobile privacy and security to help businesses to manage risk, while creating new monetization opportunities.

Across three sessions the summit heard from expert speakers across different mobile sectors and stakeholder groups including representatives from the Federal Trade Commission, Evernote, Kia Motors and Universal Music among many others, set against the backdrop of the world’s largest consumer technology show.

Audio Podcasts


Welcome Address, Rimma Perelmuter, CEO, MEF

 

KEYNOTE – The Big Change

Arthur Goldstuck – Founder and MD, World Wide Worx

Panel – Building trust in emerging technologies

Featuring:

Moderator:

Arthur Goldstuck, Founder and MD, World Wide Worx

Panelists:

Henry Bzeih, Managing Director, KIA Connected & Mobility Division
Jonathan Kim, Chairman of the Board, Aicon
Patrick Parodi, CEO, Wireless Registry
Nina Bhatia, Managing Director, Hive

Good Stewardship, Managing Risks, Security and Driving Monetization

Introduction –

Stephen Balkam, CEO, Family Online Safety Institute

Fatemeh Khatibloo, Analyst, Forrester Research

PANEL – Good Stewardship, Managing Risks, Security and Driving Monetization

Featuring:

Moderator:

Stephen Balkam, Founder & CEO, Family Online Safety Institute

Panelists:

Fatemeh Khatibloo, Forrester Research
Laura Berger, FTC
Emily Hancock, VP Legal, Evernote
Jan Volzke, VP Reputation Data, Hiya

Business Models for Personal Data

Julian Ranger, Chairman & Founder, DigiMe

Business Models for Personal Data

Didier Collin de Casaubon, CEO, MatchUpBox

Business Models for Personal Data

Katryna Dow, Founder & CEO, Meeco

PANEL – Business Models for Personal Data

Moderator:

Rob Pegoraro, Columnist, Yahoo! Finance

Panelists:

Julian Granger, DigiMe
Katryna Dow, Founder, Meeco
Didier Collin de Casaubon, CEO, MatchUpBox
Ty Roberts, Universal Music