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Sunday, March 15 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Privacy Matters: Baking Privacy into Your Apps

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"Privacy by design" is a nice concept, but what does it actually mean? When designing mobile devices and apps, engineers and developers are encouraged to think about privacy and security measures from the earliest stages of product development. This panel will discuss exactly how one does that, by focusing on specific cases in which the panelists have worked in order to provide clear takeaways for a general audience. We will talk about how to design secure hardware, how developers can think about limiting collection of data on mobile devices, and why these concepts matter to individuals who use services. In doing so, we'll make more concrete the sometimes vague concepts of privacy by design and robust security, in order to encourage others to do the same when developing exciting new products and services.

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Speakers
avatar for Jon Callas

Jon Callas

Co-Founder & CTO, Silent Circle
Jon Callas is a cryptographer, software engineer, and entrepreneur. He is the co-author of many crypto and security systems including OpenPGP, DKIM, ZRTP, Skein, and Threefish. He has co-founded several startups including PGP, Silent Circle, and Blackphone. He has worked on security... Read More →
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Gautam Hans

Policy Counsel, Center for Democracy & Technology
Gautam Hans is Policy Counsel and Director of CDT-SF at the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT), promoting CDT’s presence on the West Coast as a leader in technology policy and advocacy. His work focuses on digital civil liberties policy, outreach, and development.
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Deepti Rohatgi

Head of Policy, Lookout
Deepti Rohatgi is the Head of Policy at Lookout. Previously she served as a Product Marketing Director at a cybersecurity start-up company, a Policy Director at Yahoo!, Visiting Scholar at Stanford University and a Director of IT and Telecommunications Policy at the U.S. Department... Read More →


Sunday March 15, 2015 9:30am - 10:30am
JW Marriott Salon 7 110 E 2nd St

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