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THE PRIVACY SYMPOSIUM - SUMMER 2008:
PRIVACY IN TRANSITION

An Executive Education Program on Privacy and Data Security Policy and Practice


August 18 - 21, 2008
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Symposium Hotel: Charles Hotel

PRIVACY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
2008 Privacy Certificate Program Candidates may click the following to access the online examination. Click here for more information on the program.

Attention Certificate Candidates:
The Privacy Certificate Program examination must be completed by midnight, Friday, December 19, 2008.

2008 PRIVACY SYMPOSIUM/SIXTEENTH NATIONAL HIPAA SUMMIT MULTIMEDIA
Watch video of the 2008 Privacy Symposium and Sixteenth National HIPAA Summit on the go. The collocated conferences offer Podcasting of all general sessions on a 30gb Video iPOD™, a CD-ROM, or a Flash Drive. Concurrent breakout session audio and all related presentation materials are also included on each multimedia format.

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SYMPOSIUM OVERVIEW

The central theme of this year's Summer Privacy Symposium is "Privacy in Transition." After four decades of privacy balances, organizational policies, and legal/regulatory systems geared to successive waves of computer and telecommunication applications by businesses and government and then the Net 1.0 environment, many observers believe we have entered a dramatic new information environment.

This arises from a combination of developments, such as Net 2.0 technology, personal mobile communication devices, the social networking and online self-revelation revolution, an increasingly voyeuristic media and blogger world, continuous data breaches and a global identity theft enterprise, the shrinkage of public-places anonymity, adoption of online behavioral marketing, and concerns over various homeland security surveillance measures.

How these developments are unfolding, whether they can be handled effectively by adaptations of the 1970 - 2004 privacy systems, or whether democratic nations will need to develop a new privacy framework will be the Symposium's key issues.


FEATURING PRIVACY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

The Privacy Symposium Privacy Certificate Program presents the opportunity to for attendees to engage in much greater depth the fundamental issues of privacy policy and practice raised by the Symposium thought completion of readings before the Symposium, participation in a special privacy training preconference and successful competition of a postconference examination. Attendees who successfully complete Program requirements will receive a certificate of completion.

Click here for more information on the Privacy Symposium Privacy Certificate Program.


NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PRIVACY EXPERTS

Martin Abrams, MA
Senior Policy Advisor and Executive Director, Center for Information Policy Leadership, Hunton & Williams LLP, Washington, DC (Co chair)

Robert R. Belair, Esq.
Founding Partner, Oldaker, Biden and Belair, Former Deputy Counsel, White House Privacy Committee, Ford Administration, Washington, DC (Co chair)

Gerry Hinkley, Esq.
Partner and Chair, Health Information Technology Practice, Davis Wright Tremaine, San Francisco, CA

James Koenig, CIPP
Practice Leader, Privacy Strategy and Compliance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Privacy Council, Direct Marketing Association, Philadelphia, PA (Co chair)

Stephen Lau
Chairman, EDS Hong Kong, Former Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

Fran Maier, MBA
Executive Director and President, TRUSTe, San Francisco, CA

Jim McCabe
Director, Consumer Relations and IDSP, American National Standards Institute, New York, NY

Lawrence A. Ponemon, PhD
Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute, Adjunct Professor of Ethics and Privacy, CIO Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Traverse City, MI (Co chair)

Stuart K. Pratt
President and Chief Executive Officer, Consumer Data Industry Association, Washington, DC (Co chair)

Martha Rogers, PhD
Partner, Peppers & Rogers Group, Author, The One to One Future, Enterprise One to One, and Managing Customer Relationships, Norwalk, CT

Robert Ellis Smith, Esq.
Publisher, Privacy Journal, Author, Privacy: How to Protect What's Left of It, and Ben Franklin's Web Site: Privacy and Curiosity from Plymouth Rock to the Internet, Providence, RI

Cliff Stearns (R - FL)
Ranking Republican on the Telecommunications and the Internet Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives, Washington, DC

Brian Tretick, CIPP
Executive Director, Executive Director, IT Enablement Center, Ernst & Young, McLean, VA

PRIVACY REGULATORS

Ann Cavoukian, PhD
Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario, Author, The Privacy Payoff: How Successful Businesses Build Customer Trust, Ontario, Canada

Damon C. Greer
Office of Technology and E-Commerce, International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce, Washington, DC

Eileen Harrington, Esq.
Deputy Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC

William E. Kovacic, Esq.
Chairman, Federal Trade Commission, Former General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC

Kenneth P. Mortensen, Esq.
Acting Chief Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer, United States Department of Justice, Co-chair, US Government CIO Council Privacy Committee, Co-chair, US Government Information Sharing, Environment Privacy Guidelines Committee, Washington, DC



Michael Phillips
Health Insurance Specialist, Office of E-Health Standards and Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Baltimore, MD

Linda Sanches
Senior Advisor, HIPAA Privacy Outreach & Training, Office for Civil Rights, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC

STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL

Julie Brill, Esq.
Assistant Attorney General, Vermont Attorney General's Office, Montpelier, VT

Esther Chavez, Esq.
Assistant Attorney General, Texas Attorney General's Office, Austin, TX

Christine Nielsen, Esq.
Assistant Attorney General, Illinois Attorney General's Office, Springfield, IL

Catherine Z. Ysrael, Esq.
Deputy Attorney General, California Attorney General's Office, San Diego, CA

PRIVACY ADVOCATES

Lillie Coney
Associate Director, EPIC, and Coordinator, Privacy Coalition, Washington, DC

Deborah C. Peel, MD
Psychiatrist and Medical Privacy Expert, Founder and Chair, Patient Privacy Rights and the Coalition for Patient Privacy, Austin, TX

Beth Givens, MLS, MA
Founder and Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, Author, The Privacy Rights Handbook: How to Take Control of Your Personal Information, San Diego, CA

Deven McGraw, Esq.
Director, Health Privacy Project, Center for Democracy & Technology, Co chair, Confidentiality, Privacy and Security Workgroup, American Health Information Community, Washington, DC

Marc Rotenberg, Esq.
Executive Director, EPIC, Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, Coauthor, Information Privacy Law, Washington, DC (Co chair)

PRIVACY ACADEMICS

Lance J. Hoffman, PhD
Distinguished Research Professor, Computer Science Department, The George Washington University, Founder and Senior Staff Researcher, Cyberspace Security Policy and Research Institute, Washington, DC

Jeffrey Rosen, Esq.
Professor of Law, The George Washington University, Legal Affairs Editor, The New Republic, Author, The Unwanted Gaze: The Destruction of Privacy in America, Washington, DC

Daniel J. Solove, Esq.
Associate Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School, Author, The Digital Person: Technology and Privacy in the Information Age, Washington, DC

Peter Swire, Esq.
C. William O'Neill Professor of Law, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University, Former Chief Counselor, Office of Management and Budget, Office of the President of the United States, Columbus, OH (Co chair)

PRIVACY AND SOCIAL NETWORKING

Susan B. Barnes, MFA, PhD
Professor, Department of Communication, Associate Director, Lab for Social Computing, Rochester Institute of Technology, Author, Online Connections: Internet Interpersonal Relationships, Rochester, NY

Chris Kelly, MA, JD
Chief Privacy Officer and Head of Global Public Policy, Facebook, Former Chief Privacy Officer, Excite@Home, Kendara and Spoke Software, Palo Alto, CA

Tracy Mitrano, JD, PhD
Director of IT Policy, Cornell University, Director, Institute for Computer Policy and Law Program, Cornell University, Author, A Wider World: Youth, Privacy, and Social Networking Technologies, EDUCAUSE Review, Ithaca, NY

PRIVACY AND CIVIL LIBERTIES

Jim Dempsey, Esq.
Vice President for Public Policy, Center for Democracy & Technology, Former Deputy Director, Center for National Security Studies, San Francisco, CA

Jameel Jaffer, Esq.
Director, National Security Project, American Civil Liberties Union, Ney York, NY

PRIVACY PROFESSIONALS

Joan Beach
Privacy Official, Catholic Healthcare West, Sacramento, CA

David Behinfar, JD, LLM
HIPAA Compliance Manager, University of Florida Jacksonville Healthcare, Inc., Jacksonville, FL

Brandon Ho
HIPAA Compliance Specialist, US Army Medical Command, Pacific Regional Medical Command Tripler AMC, Honolulu, HI

Ross T. Janssen, Esq., CIPP
University HIPAA Privacy and Security Officer, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Mitchell Merowitz
Chief Privacy Officer, AIR MILES Rewards Program, Alliance Data Loyalty Services, Toronto, ON, Canada


Stuart S. Shapiro, PhD
Principal Information Privacy and Security Engineer, The MITRE Corporation, Co-editor, U.S. Government Privacy: Essential Policies and Practices for Privacy Professionals, Bedford, MA

FINANCIAL SERVICES PRIVACY

Anne Meredith Khademian, PhD
Assistant Professor, Center for Public Administration and Policy, Virginia Tech University, Alexandria, VA

David Medine, Esq.
Partner, WilmerHale, Former Associate Director for Financial Practices, Office of Consumer Protection, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC

Christopher T. Pierson, PhD, JD
Senior Vice president and Chief Privacy Officer, Citizens Financial Group, Inc., Providence, RI

HEALTHCARE PRIVACY

William R. Braithwaite, MD, PhD
"Doctor HIPAA", Former Senior Advisor on Health Information Policy, DHHS, Washington, DC

Alan S. Goldberg, JD, LLM
Attorney snd Counselor at Law, and McLean, VA

Steven S. Lazarus, PhD, CPEHR, CPHIT, FHIMSS
President, Boundary Information Group and Past Chair, WEDI, Denver, CO

Uday O. Ali Pabrai, CISSP, CHSS
Chief Executive and Co founder, HIPAA Academy, Newport Beach, CA

John C. Parmigiani
President, John C. Parmigiani and Associates, LLC, Former Director of Enterprise Standards, HCFA, Ellicott City, MD

Harry L. Reynolds, Jr.
Vice President of HIPAA and Information Compliance Officer, Blue Cross & Blue Shield Of North Carolina, Inc., Chair Elect, National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, Durham, NC

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRIVACY

Sue Glueck, Esq.
Senior Privacy Attorney, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA

Peter J Reid
Chief Privacy Officer, EDS, Plano, TX

Adam Shostack
Program Manager, Security Development Lifecycle, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA

PRIVACY AND THE LAW

Charlene Brownlee, Esq.
Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine, Co-author, Privacy Law, Seattle, WA (Co chair)

Bruce Johnson, Esq.
Partner and Chair, Privacy Law Group, Davis Wright Tremaine, Seattle, WA

Alan Charles Raul, Esq.
Partner, Sidley Austin LLP, Former Associate Counsel to President Ronald Reagan, Washington, DC

FEATURING THE FOLLOWING TRACKS
  • The New, New Thing in Privacy: Coming Challenges for Privacy Professionals
  • Financial Services Privacy Policy
  • Information Technology Privacy Policy
  • Consumer Privacy Policy
  • Advanced issues in Domestic and Global Privacy Policy
  • Advanced Issues in HIPAA Privacy Compliance
  • Advanced Issues in HIPAA Security Compliance
  • Advanced HIPAA Compliance Issues Raised by Health Information Technology

THE 2008 PRIVACY SYMPOSIUM IS COLLOCATED WITH
THE SIXTEENTH HIPAA SUMMIT
In 2008, the Privacy Symposium will be collocated at Harvard with the Sixteenth HIPAA Summit. With one registration, you can attend both of these great conferences.

THE SIXTEENTH NATIONAL HIPAA SUMMIT AT HARVARD - SPECIAL EDITION
Healthcare Privacy and Security Training and Professional Certification

A special intensive training program for professional advancement by healthcare privacy and security professionals.

HIPAA Summit XVI features the following additional healthcare privacy and security officer certification training and/or examinations:

PRIVACY SYMPOSIUM MULTIMEDIA
Watch video of the 2007 Privacy Symposium on the go. The Privacy Symposium offers Podcasting of all general sessions on a 30gb Video iPOD™, a CD-ROM, or a Flash Drive. Concurrent breakout session audio and all related presentation materials are also included on each multimedia format.
CLICK HERE TO ORDER!


TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS
Click here for tuition scholarship information.

THE 2008 PRIVACY SYMPOSIUM IS
COLLOCATED WITH
HIPAA SUMMIT XVI


With one registration, you can attend both of these great conferences.

SYMPOSIUM CHAIRS

Arthur Miller, Esq.
University Professor, New York University Law School, Former Bruce Bromley Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, New York, NY

Alan F. Westin
Professor Emeritus of Public Law and Government, Columbia University, Principal, Privacy Consulting Group, Washington, DC

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PRIVACY POLICY VIDEOS
How Privacy Became a Top-Tier Socio-Political Issue - and What's Next?
Alan F. Westin
Professor of Public Law and Government Emeritus, Columbia University, Principal, Privacy Consulting Group, New York, NY
Click here for more Privacy Policy videos.








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