NOWHERE TO RUN, NOWHERE TO HIDE: IN THE AGE OF BIG DATA IS DATA SECURITY POSSIBLE AND CAN THE ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES AND PRIVATE LITIGATION ENSURE YOUR ONLINE INFORMATION REMAINS SAFE AND PRIVATE? A ROUNDTABLE
Moderated by Niall E. Lynch1
We have a distinguished group of panelists to discuss the very topical issue of privacy, computer security and data breaches. It is certainly interesting and encouraging to hear Judge Kathryn Mickle Werdegar, Justice of the California Supreme Court, say that privacy law will be a major legal issue in the next decade in California and the United States.
The title of today’s program is "Nowhere to Run, Nowhere to Hide: In the Age of Big Data Is Data Security Possible and Can the Enforcement Agencies and Private Litigation Ensure Your Online Information Remains Safe and Private?" Every day we open the newspaper there are stories about data breaches. We are constantly being told to change our password, which is inconvenient. Apparently the number one password used in the United States is the word "password." In this country, we obviously have a problem with privacy and keeping our data secure.
We have a great list of panelists for this discussion who come from a variety of backgrounds, all of whom have experience in the privacy area. Our illustrious panel consists of: