Palo Alto Colloquia
November 20, 2014
PRIVACY AND BIG DATA
Mr. Greg Edwards
Can privacy exist in an era of Big Data? Can Big Data improve privacy or does it always hurt privacy? How much privacy do you need? Or perhaps, where do you actually need privacy, where do you want it and where should you not care?
In this talk we will look at privacy today. On the Internet, phones, wireless, Face2Face (and Facebook) and elsewhere where you needs to interact with others that you may or may not know, but do need to trust. Do you trust your bank? Over the phone or via the Internet? With their mobile app? Your tax preparer? Your broker? Amazon? Facebook?
Mr. Edwards retired from full time work in computer security in 2011. A week after retiring he was awarded the Lockheed Martin Center for Cyber Security Innovations 2011 Cyber Security Individual Excellence Award. He now teaches computer/network/wireless security part time for the Silicon Valley ISACA, ISSA and elsewhere. He has a BS in physics from the University of California at Davis. He also is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information System Auditor (CISA), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and is certified in InfoSec Assessment Methodology (IAM). In addition, he has held the Global Information Assurance Certification in Incident Handling (GCIH) and has been a Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) and Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP).
THE COLLOQUIA SERIES WILL BE ON HIATUS THROUGH THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY AND THROUGH THE MONTH OF DECEMBER. THE SERIES WILL RESUME IN JANUARY. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT THE COLLOQUIA WEBSITE, http://www.lockheedmartin.com/us/ssc/atc/colloquia.html
Nov. 20 – Mr. Greg Edwards. PRIVACY AND BIG DATA
Nov. 27 – NO COLLOQUIUM, Thanksgiving
Dec. 4 – NO COLLOQUIUM
Dec. 11 – NO COLLOQUIUM
Dec. 18 – NO COLLOQUIUM
Dec. 25 – NO COLLOQUIUM, Christmas
Jan. 1 – NO COLLOQUIUM, New Years
Jan. 8 – TBA
Jan. 15 – Dr. Michael D. Lepech, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University: Synthetic Biology
Jan. 22 – Dr. Marco Pavone, Stanford University, Director of the Autonomous Systems Laboratory: Unconventional Robotics
Jan. 29 – Dr. James Lienkaemper, USGS: Seismic Hazard: Creep on Bay Area Faults
Feb. 5 – Mr. Tom Stephany & Dr. Kenneth Lum. Solar Eclipse Chasing and Astronomical Tourism
Feb. 12 – Dr. Brad Aagaard, US Geological Survey. Assessing Ground Shaking for the 2014 M6.0 South Napa Earthquake
Feb. 19 – Dr. Tom Shutt, SLAC: Do WIMPs Rule? The LUX & LZ Experiments and the Search for Cosmic Dark Matter
Feb. 26 – Dr. Blake Simmons, VP at the Joint BioEnergy Institute: Bioenergy Technology
Mar. 5 – Dr. Kenneth Lum. THE EVOLUTION OF THE REFLECTOR TELESCOPE – Part 2
Mar. 12 – TBA
Mar. 19 – Dr. Tom McGuire, Lockheed Martin. Compact Fusion Reactor.
Mar. 26 – TBA
Apr. 2 – TBA
Apr. 9 – TBA
Apr. 16 – TBA
Apr. 23 – Dr. Richard Reis, Stanford University: The Fullbody Bicycle
Apr. 30 – TBA
May 7 – TBA
May 14 – Mr. Greg Edwards. Magic: Any Sufficiently Advanced Technology is Indistinguishable From
May 21 – TBA
May 28 – TBA
June 4 – TBA
June 11 – SUMMER BREAK, START SERIES AGAIN IN MID to LATE SEPTEMBER 2015
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