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  • joly 8:33 am on 05/09/2014 Permalink | Reply
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    WEBCAST TODAY: Cyber #Surveillance: Silicon Valley Impacts and Responses @SFBayISOC #inetsf 

    INET SFToday, Friday May 9 2014 the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Internet Society brings you a full day INET Conference – Cyber Surveillance: Silicon Valley Impacts and Responses – at Santa Clara University. This is the second surveillance-oriented INET the SF Chapter has mounted, the first was last October. Today’s event will focus specifically on the effects on Silicon Valley industries and will comprise 5 panels representing Business, Technology, the Press, Public Policy, and how all of the above may collaborate on solutions. Finally the day will be capped by a keynote from noted author David Brin. The conference will be webcast live via the Internet Society livestream channel.

    What: INET SF – Cyber Surveillance: Silicon Valley Impacts and Responses
    Where: Santa Clara University CA
    When: Friday May 9 2014 9:00am – 5:00pm PDT | 1200-2000 EDT | 1600-0000 UTC
    Program: https://www.internetsociety.org/inet-san-francisco2014/sessions
    Webcast: https://new.livestream.com/internetsociety/cybersurveillance
    Twitter: #inetsanfran | @SFBayISOC

     
  • joly 5:18 am on 05/02/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    INET San Francisco is May 7 – Theme: Internet trust challenges 

    INET SF 2010: Internet trust challenges and where we need to be in the next 10 years.

    The San Francisco Chapter of the Internet Society organizes a regional INET conference to discuss important issues related to the Internet.

    In the current Internet model we are faced with growing challenges of trust. How do we trust a particular address we type in a web browser? With ever-increasing social media networks and increasing number of communication how do we ensure that information we exchange can be trusted. The Internet has become a comfortable form of business transactions, can we trust the current Internet model or should we be thinking differently?

    The San Francisco INET will bring together experts from Internet policy, standards, private sector and user community. We will explore current Internet policy challenges, how to advance security in the domain name system, how are businesses dealing with issues of trust and how is email communication evolving to ensure end-to-end trust. The conference will hold two panel sessions where audience can interact with experts. The goal of this conference is not to find ways to work with the current Internet trust model but what we want the model to be in the next ten years.

    Keynote Speakers:

    • Peter Dengate Thrush, Chairman of ICANN
    • Zaid Ali, Chairman/President SF-Bay ISOC
    • Daniel T Dreymann, President/Co-Founder, Goodmail Systems
    • James Galvin, Afilias
    • Alex Deacon, Verisign
    • Jim Fenton, Cisco Systems
    • Dave Crocker, Brandenburg InternetWorking
    • Dave Lewis, Online Trust Alliance
    • Lucy Lynch, Internet Society
    • Stuart Staniford, FireEye

    More info and formal registration: http://www.sfbayisoc.org/inetsf2010

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