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What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You: Artificial Intelligence (AI) vs. Individual Privacy Rights


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: February 06, 2020
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Agenda


  • Considering the impacts of the increased ability of AI-driven devices and tools to track and monitor consumers/users and employees
  • Tackling data exploitation given that most consumers/users remain blissfully unaware of the amount of data being generated and processed through networks and devices
  • Assessing how, with such sensitive data at risk, organizations can enforce accountability and transparency to help better protect data’s private contents?
  • Reviewing existing privacy laws and regulations to help determine whether they adequately protect the privacy rights subject to the threat of AI

Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: February 6, 2020

Description

As AI increases its role in day to day activities, concerns surrounding both consumer/user and employee data have grown. With the use of AI comes greater amounts of personally identifiable information (PII) data being stored and utilized, but at what cost?As society becomes more comfortable with the gathering and mining of sensitive personal information, the threat of AI will only increase.

This program was recorded as part of Law.com's Legalweek Conference on February 6th, 2020.

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Panelists

Joe Gervais

Chief Information Security Officer
Brightside Benefit

Joe Gervais is CISO of Brightside Benefit. Previous roles have included Technical Director / Red Team Ops at Symantec, Principal InfoSec Engineer, and Lead Penetration Tester. He has 25+ years of security- and software engineering experience, mostly working with US government/DoD, and served as an Intelligence Analyst, Intelligence Chief, and Counterintelligence Specialist in the United States Marine Corps. Joe has been breaking into systems (and helping to secure them) since the early 1980s.

His education includes a bachelors degree in Cognitive Science, a masters degree in Information Assurance, and is currently pursuing his PhD in Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University.

Gordon Calhoun

Partner, Chair eDiscovery, Information Governance & Compliance Practice
Lewis Brisbois

Gordon J. Calhoun represents individuals, partnerships, corporations and other business entities in litigation and counsels them about a broad variety of business, regulatory and risk and information management protocols, including data breach responses, and compliance practices.

Mr. Calhoun also specializes in representing clients in a variety of complex, large exposure litigated matters, involving large volumes of paper and ESI. These matters have included disputes involving fiduciary breach allegations against officers, directors, pension trustees and their advisors, bad faith claims against insurers and allied professions, errors and omissions claims against professionals, including attorneys, accountants, architects and engineers, brokers and claims professionals. He has also handled large litigated matters, with voluminous paper and electronic records, involving heavy metals and petroleum environmental contamination and large fires and explosions.

Robert Brownstone

Technology & eDiscovery Counsel and Chair, EIM Practice Group
Fenwick & West LLP

Robert Brownstone advises clients on: electronic discovery; electronic information management (EIM) and “eWorkplace” policies; retention/destruction policies and protocols; information-security and data privacy; and social-media rewards and risks. Bob collaborates with clients as to computer solutions enabling legal compliance. On a number of those issues he now advises on the impacts of international privacy laws such as the EU GDPR. Both in deposition and at trial, he has handled direct-testimony and cross-examination of expert witnesses as to electronically stored information (ESI) and computer-forensics.

A nationally recognized advisor, thought leader and resource on ESI, Bob writes the IT Law Today blog, has authored over 70 articles on law and technology issues, been cited in more than 30 law review articles and been featured or quoted more than 80 times in various media outlets. He has also delivered more than 400 presentations and chaired over 25 conferences on the following topics: Compliance; Data & Records Retention/Destruction; eDiscovery/ Electronic Information Management; ESI, Privacy and/or Social-Media in the Workplace; Information Security; and Metadata. Since 2009, Bob has taught more than ten Electronic Discovery Law & Process law school courses at the University of San Francisco (USF), Brooklyn, Santa Clara University and University of Puerto Rico schools of law. He has also been a guest lecturer at several other non-law-school universities.?

Kimberly Quan

Lead, eDiscovery & Information Governance
Juniper Networks

Kimberly Quan joined Juniper Networks, Inc. in October of 2018 and leads eDiscovery and Information Governance (IG), concentrating on operational efficiency and maturity. She is a key member of the Juniper IT Security Team that focuses on Forensics, eDiscovery, Data Loss Prevention, and IG.

Prior to Juniper, Kimberly engaged with clients on behalf of her own boutique consulting firm, KayQueue LLC and, before that, notable global public consulting firms. She has led regional and global engagements with clients in the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA with IG and incident response projects that also involved other disciplines, such as data preservation, project management (agile, waterfall, and blended), and change management. Her cross-discipline and cross-domain experience lead to the identification of and managing against risk. Kimberly assisted Farmers Insurance Group with building a world-class information governance and litigation support program, which program was honored in 2017 with ARMA International's highest award, Excellence for An Organization. She is currently Program Director of the San Francisco Chapter of ISSA, Vice-Chair of the Pacific region for InfraGard SIG, and has been active as a board member of the High Technology Crime Investigators Association (HTCIA), Women in eDiscovery (WiE) and as a member of several other associations, including EDRM, ISACA, ABA, etc.

Kimberly studied political science and business and administration at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and has held leadership and technical consulting roles at Navigant, Nuix, Huron Consulting Group, FTI Consulting, LexisNexis Applied Discovery, and Oracle. She also has certifications and extensive training on a wide array of platforms and technologies, and currently serves as the President of the Bay Area Chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), located in San Francisco.

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