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Privacy Protections, Data Security and the Human Factor

16 May 2024
Tech X Strategy Stage

Your personal data is intrinsically connected to you! As the world increasingly relies on data collection and use to address global security challenges, understanding this connection becomes increasingly important. Mason Clutter, the U.S. Department of Homeland Chief Privacy Officer, will provide a thought-provoking presentation on the intersection of privacy and technology, why privacy matters, and why privacy is a fundamental building block of human-centered technologies and policies. Also, hear how the Department is converging with government, industry, and academia to develop privacy data solutions with win-win outcomes to protect the privacy and human rights of the communities it serves.

 Key Takeaways:

  • Technologies can enhance and not erode privacy. 
  • Privacy and security are not mutually exclusive, they can coexist.
  • Privacy by Design advances Security by Design.
  • How you think about your data footprint.

This session is for... anyone interested in data, privacy, and human connections.

Mason Clutter, Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Freedom of Information Officer - U.S. Department of Homeland Security
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