ISOC-NY Event – Jan 5: New Techniques for Protecting #Cloud #Data and #Security

ISOC-NY & NY Tech. CouncilThe New York Technology Council and Internet Society New York Chapter (ISOC-NY) on Jan 5 2012 will present a joint event “New Techniques for Protecting Cloud Data and Security” – a review of new research, including techniques for data encryption and management, that promises to make the cloud a safer place.

The event is free. Please be sure to register at the link below.

What: New Techniques for Protecting Cloud Data and Security
When: Thursday January 5, 2012, 6pm-8pm
Where: Parsons Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue, NYC
Who: Free for ISOC-NY & NYTECH members. Free for non-members.
Webcast: Will be taped for later viewing
Twitter: #cloud, #security, @ISOCNY, @nytechcouncil

Shai Halevi
Shai Halevi, Cryptography Researcher, IBM – Since 1997 Shai has been a research staff member in the Cryptography group at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. Shai is a board member of the International Association for Cryptologic Research and an editor in ACM TISSEC. He was an editor of the proceedings of CRYPTO in 2009, and co-editor of the proceedings of the Theory of Cryptography Conference in 2006. Shai has a PhD in Computer Science from MIT.


Michiel de JongMichiel de Jong, Founder & Lead Developer, – Michiel de Jong studied Computer Science at Leiden University before working as a researcher and web technology engineer in several European countries. Last year he took a three month sabbatical on tropical island Bali, to work on a hobby project. The result became known as the Unhosted project and quickly gained a lot of momentum in the free software community. This way, what started as a programming holiday, turned into a full-time occupation for him.