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Consumer Privacy is too Complicated for Consumers
Kevin Murphy (CISM, CGEIT, CISSP)
The average consumer really has no idea what personal information they are sharing online and how companies (and governments) track their online behaviour. How did we get here? Come join us as we review what consumers can do to “sort of” protect their personal information online.
Kevin was the vice president of cybersecurity operations and governance at IOActive.com. He is a retired U.S. Air Force intelligence officer and the former director of Windows security architecture at Microsoft. He has over 25 years of experience in threat intelligence and information security and holds the CISM, CISSP and CGEIT security certifications.
Who knew that going digital would end up enabling a more human world. Now that we’re on the brink of international standards for equity and inclusion, sustainable practices and full transparency, how should corporations and businesses position themselves for success and avoid the dangers of a hyper-enabled population? The answer: think about what you would have done 20 years ago, and do the exact opposite.
This talk explores the 7 keys to not just surviving but thriving in a world of hyper-connectedness and constant radical change.
Outline: Cast off Industrial Age practices and thinking Relocate certainty, trust, and truth Imbue meaning and purpose at all levels Build change intelligence as a capability Lead ‘transformationally’ day to day Seek the breakdown then go for the breakthrough Co-create the future
Dr. Linda Miller has made a career of transformative change. She has been on leading edge implementations of most major business technologies since 1978.
After a 20-year career in information technology, Dr. Miller sought to humanize how technology was implemented in public and private corporations. Her pursuit led to a PhD in spiritual psychology, post graduate work in executive coaching, and multiple certifications in running successful strategic change initiatives.
Her range of experience spans government to multi-nationals, IT governance practices to corporate restructures to consortiums. Her clients include insurance companies, banking institutions, municipal and provincial governments, mobility technology providers, and law firms.
In 2008 Dr. Miller saw the need for new business tools, techniques, and measurement models that equip leaders and teams to thrive in the high speed, high complexity and highly ambiguous contexts that have become the norm.
Over 7 years of masters and doctoral research, she developed a framework of methods and practices that enable corporations to be successful in technology driven radical change and build the capability to continuously transform. Her courses, advisory services, and published works has helped transforming organizations across Canada and around the world.
Find out more about Dr. Miller and her company at www.iMindTransformation.com