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Incorporating Privacy into Product Development: The Nuts & Bolts
Tuesday 9/13
10:00am — 11:30am
91 attending

Privacy and security can no longer be an afterthought and must be incorporated into the design and development phase of your Product. This panel of privacy and security experts will provide guidance and practical tools that your company can use to develop and maintain a successful and scalable “privacy and security by design” program. Come learn how to create a program that promotes innovation while keeping your Product compliant with the ever-changing privacy and security landscape.

Megan Duffy is the founder of Summit Privacy. In this role she provides advice and counsel across a full range of privacy related issues including, state and federal privacy regulations and standards, privacy by design, and the development, implementation, and management of company wide privacy programs. Megan previously served as the sole Privacy Counsel at Snapchat where she was responsible for developing and managing Snapchat’s global privacy program and advising on domestic and international privacy and security regulations and standards. Prior to joining Snapchat, Megan spent 8 years as in-house counsel for Fox Networks Group where she served as a privacy expert. She is a current member in good standing with the California Bar Association and holds an active CIPP/US credential.

Tim Colleran is the North American Director of Business Development for IoT at Qualcomm. In this role he focusses on emerging applications in the home automation and home security segments amongst others. Previously he held the CEO and VP level roles at ZeroG wireless, an early IoT Wi-Fi company. Prior to that, Tim held various roles in the FPGA industry including Vice President, Business Unit Leader and Managing Director roles at Altera. He has a BSEE from UCSB and an MBA from the Andersen School of Management at UCLA. Outside of work Tim is an active cyclist, skier and father.

Austin Chambers is an attorney at the Denver law firm Lewis, Bess, Williams and Weese. His practice focuses on data privacy and cybersecurity, software licensing, trademarks, and other technology and intellectual property matters. Prior to joining Lewis Bess, Austin was an attorney at Data Law Group, a boutique Denver firm focused on information privacy and security. He has also worked at the Colorado Secretary of State's office, where he was involved in the Go Gode Colorado project. Austin is graduate of University of Colorado Law School, where he was an editor and on the executive board of the Colorado Technology Law Journal.

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