David Carroll, Star of 'The Great Hack', to Keynote at PrivSec New York

The Great Hack, released by Netflix, explores the underhand tactics used by political parties through manipulating the data of unsuspecting individuals - the Cambridge Anlytica scandal called the world to listen when it comes to privacy.

David Carroll, one of the dual protagonists in the documentary, set out to sue Cambridge Anlytica in a quest to find out the source of his data.

A professor of media design, David Carroll will also take to the stage to keynote the New York leg of PrivSec conference on 5th & 6th November at Columbia University.



James Felton Keith, President of The Data Union at Data Protection World Forum 2018

Talk on 'GDPR as a Catalyst for American Data Ownership Law'.

James Felton Keith is currently President of The Data Union. Affectionately known as JFK, he is an award winning engineer and serial-entrepreneur that defined data as a natural resource in the book Personal Data: The People’s Asset Class.

JFK has incubated the data industry via his founding of the Data Trade Association and Personal Data Week conferences. He has either written or influenced all of the global cyber policy over the past 10 years. A serial-entrepreneur, he has founded 12 companies of which 5 were successful.


Max Schrems Keynote at European Data Protection Summit 2019

Known as  "the man who took on Facebook and won" following lawsuits against the tech giant for Privacy Violations.

Max filed the first GDPR complaint against Facebook & Google, signalling the start of what seems likely to be a lengthy shift towards Data Privacy for these multinationals. He has recently appeared in the European Court of Justice, and the court will give a non-binding opinion on the Schrems Facebook case on the 12th of December. 

Sir Rob Wainwright, Former-Chief of Europol at Data Protection World Forum 2018

Talk on 'Cyber Threats and and the Interconnected Relationship between Data Protection and Data Security in Response'.

Sir Rob Wainwright is a highly experienced security professional with global profile and reputation.

He has had a 25-year career in intelligence, policing, government, EU and international affairs, including at the Serious Organised Crime Agency, National Criminal Intelligence Service and the British Security Service. 

Prior to joining Deloitte, Rob was the executive director of Europol where he established the European Cybercrime Centre. He is credited with leading the transformation of Europol into a world-class security institution and centre of innovation on cyber security, terrorism and financial crime.

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