1. Welcome and Introduction of Speakers and Topics – Natalie Percy
2. Open Position for Communications Director – Joe Rezendes
3. Speaker 1 - Elimu Kajunju: Intersection of Privacy & AI
5. Speaker 2 - Dave Baggett
7. Speaker 3 - Major General Mary K. Eder: Truth and Trust in Cyberspace – The Transparency Challenge
8. Closing Remarks – Joe Rezendes
Intersection of Privacy & AI
Elimu Kajunju, Head of Health Information Privacy, Google
Bio: Elimu is the head of health information privacy at Google Health. He has spent the last 20+ years designing and implementing privacy/security/information governance/data strategy programs and helping business leaders find innovative ways to use the data they have. He has held similar roles at DaVita, McKesson, UnitedHealthcare, Boston Scientific, and Carlson Companies.
Bio: Dave is the Founder and CEO of INKY. INKY’s flagship product, INKY Phish Fence, uses computer vision and other machine learning techniques to identify and block phishing emails. Phishing is arguably the biggest problem in cybersecurity today, driving over $1.5B/year of theft and extensive PII and credential theft. Prior to INKY, Dave was co-founder and COO of travel search provider ITA Software, where he oversaw software development, operations, and customer relations, expanding the company to over 500 employees. Google acquired ITA for $700M in April 2011. Dave has a B.S./B.A. in Computer Science and Linguistics from the University of Maryland, College Park, and an S.M. in Computer Science from MIT. Dave also volunteers as a member of the US Department of Energy Secretary Advisory Board on AI.
Truth and Trust in Cyberspace – The Transparency Challenge
Major General Mary K. Eder
Abstract: Maj. Gen. Mari K. Eder has deep and broad experience in national security, personnel security, and information security. Join us at the InfraGard Tampa Bay Members Alliance on April 20th to hear her insights on how we can improve public awareness of the need for information security education and improved data privacy protection. She will discuss the foundational aspects of trust in a democracy, the mutually supporting and interwoven roles of democratic institutions, the growing importance of CEO leadership in the information security space, and practical steps for the road ahead.
Bio: Mari K. Eder is a retired major general of the United States Army. She served as the Deputy Chief of the United States Army Reserve and Deputy Chief of United States Army Public Affairs, prior to being appointed Commanding General of the United States Army Reserve Joint and Special Troops Support Command (redesignated as the 76th Operational Reserve Command in 2013) in October 2009. She retired from the army in 2013. Maj. Gen. Eder is the author of American Cyberscape, a comprehensive look at the role of trust and transparency in institutions and the effects of the current toxic information environment on communication, business development, and government oversight of personnel privacy and protection.
Start date: April 20, 2021
Start time: 09:00 a.m. EST
End time: 12:00 p.m. EST