The different legal and engineering approaches to privacy is a well-documented challenge giving rise to ongoing debate on whose perspective is correct, implying that there is one way to “do privacy.” Lawyers and policy makers often work on high-level privacy requirements, while engineers and other technologists implement and build privacy features in the binary. Bridging the gap has been the life-long work of a handful of privacy experts, giving rise to the role of a privacy engineer. But few organizations have the resources or foresight for such a role. In this session, privacy lawyers and technologists will share practical takeaways, strategies, and use cases of how they’ve crossed the aisle to bridge the gap themselves. The session will focus mostly on the security research space, highlighting the false trade off between privacy and security.
Lourdes Turrecha, Senior Privacy Counsel, Palo Alto Networks
Jason Cronk, Privacy and Trust Consultant, Enterprivacy Consulting Group
Luk Arbuckle, Chief Methodologist, Privacy Analytics