As part of BAB’s ‘Exclusive Roundtable’ series, we will be hosting an interactive virtual roundtable, “Privacy in a Post-COVID-19 World?” taking place on Tuesday, July 21st, from 10:00 – 11:30 am EST via Zoom. Governments, health authorities, and technology companies across the world are racing to find solutions to the COVID‑19 pandemic and safely re-open their economies. Through collaboration and ingenuity, promising technology solutions, such as contact tracing apps, have emerged, but their widespread adoption requires addressing major essential questions about privacy and data protections.
This interactive roundtable will explore the ramifications of the pandemic on the balance between privacy vs. safety in regards to the collection and use of personal data for public health, the potential broader long-term implications on how personal data will be used going forward, and changes to privacy & security regulation in the U.S. & the U.K./EU in the post-pandemic aftermath.
We are delighted that Admiral Michael Rogers, Senior Advisor, Brunswick Group, and former Commander of U.S. Cyber Command and Director, National Security Agency will join us to anchor this discussion. We will also be joined by the Head of Cyber to North America in the UK government, Salesforce, Wunderman Thompson, as well as legal experts and senior corporate government affairs executives from BAB’s network.