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In:Confidence 2020

Explore the Future of Safe and Powerful Data

London |
Speakers include:
Tom Denwood

Tom Denwood

NHS Digital

Jacquie  Cooke Haggarty

Jacquie Cooke Haggarty

23andMe

Shaun Moore

Shaun Moore

Trueface

Overview

In:Confidence 2020, originally scheduled for 30 April in London, has been postponed. The event will go ahead at a later date which will be published soon.

In:Confidence is the world’s leading event exploring the future of safe and powerful data.

Pioneers and change-makers at the forefront of privacy, analytics and data attend In:Confidence for a one-day exploration of the tools, techniques and strategies required to utilize the power of advanced analytics with the utmost respect for customer privacy.

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Agenda - 30th Apr

  • 10:30am
    Opening remarks from the FT Chair

    Malcolm Moore, Technology News Editor, Financial Times

  • 10:35am
    Panel Discussion Facial recognition: the fight against dystopia

    From police forces to shopping malls the use of biometric surveillance is spreading largely unchecked and unregulated around the world, prompting growing controversy and concerns about privacy, data protection and human rights.  Amidst calls for a moratorium on facial recognition technology regulators are assessing the risks and working out how to protect the individual’s rights to privacy and prevent images and data from being misused.  

    • Is facial recognition a crime-fighting tool or dystopian means of surveillance? What are the benefits of the technology and the ethics and potential negative consequences of its deployment?   
    • Is it possible to strike a balance between data protection and public security?  
    • How can appropriate policies and controls to regulate the use of facial recognition be developed and implemented?

    Speakers

    Professor Paul Wiles, Biometrics Commissioner

    Shaun Moore, CEO, Trueface

    Silkie Carlo, Director, Big Brother Watch

  • 11:20am
    Dialogues: The Future of Adtech

    Adtech is under the spotlight with widespread reports of  illegal harvesting and lack of transparency in the trading of personal data.  Real-time-bidding is built on shaky foundations and uses practices that undermine security and fail to obtain explicit consent. 

    • As data protection regulators take a tougher stance is it too late to put the adtech house in order?
    • Can regulators keep pace with the speed of change in the industry? Who ultimately wields the power? 
    • Does the future of adtech belong to the data monopolies?
  • 12:00pm
    Networking Lunch
  • 1:00pm
    Keynote Interview
  • 1:20pm
    Keynote presentation: Delivering Health Benefits

    Tom Denwood, Executive Director of Data, Insights and Statistics, NHS Digital

  • 1:40pm
    Panel Discussion: Data Protection in Healthcare

    Tech companies are developing increasingly innovative ways of collecting and exploiting vast amounts of highly sensitive and valuable health information from sources as diverse as  genetic testing, medical devices and fitness trackers. As a result, there is growing complexity and risk surrounding data ownership and privacy, and the need to protect systems, data and individuals is becoming ever more pressing. This discussion will home in on ways to ensure the responsible, secure and ethical use of sensitive medical data throughout the health ecosystem.  

    • What is being done to prevent personal data being leaked or compromised?  
    • How are the individual’s rights and interests being protected by the organisations who control their data?  
    • How can we be sure that the data is being used to benefit health outcomes?

    Speakers

    Jacquie Cooke Haggarty, VP and Privacy Officer, 23andMe

  • 2:25pm
    Closing Remarks from the FT Chair

Speakers (6)

Tom Denwood

Tom Denwood

Executive Director of Data, Insights and Statistics
NHS Digital

Tom Denwood has extensive experience in leading major health technology programmes for over 15 years – with the last ten years in complex turnaround scenarios.  In his current role Tom is part of the NHS Digital Executive Team, and co-leads the Data Services Directorate at NHS Digital, collecting, holding in trust, and making available the nations health and care data, as well as having responsibility for data standards, and data architecture. In this role he is transforming the data services, implementing a new data platform, developing deeper partnerships, and launching new services. One such example is NHS DigiTrials, jointly with the University of Oxford, IBM and Microsoft, to deliver services to clinical triallists.  He is also the Senior Responsible Owner for the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN), the new data network for health and care organisations, which is delivering improved connectivity at lower cost of ownership for the NHS, deadline August 2020.

 

Having started his career at Deloitte Consulting, Tom worked on the Mayor of London’s Congestion Charging Scheme, NHS National Programme for IT, and London 2012 Olympic Games Security Programme.  He has a graduate degree in Biology from the University of Birmingham, a postgraduate degree in Major Programme Management from the University of Oxford and is a graduate of HM Government’s Major Projects Leadership Academy. He is a Fellow of the British Computer Society.

Jacquie  Cooke Haggarty

Jacquie Cooke Haggarty

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Privacy Officer
23andMe

Jacquie Cooke Haggarty is Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Privacy Officer at leading consumer genetics and research company, 23andMe. She joined 23andMe in 2015 and has been responsible for the development and execution of legal and compliance strategies and systems to support unprecedented innovation and access in consumer-driven health care.  Prior to 23andMe, she served as Senior Commercial Counsel at Genomic Health focused on international legal and health care compliance. Jacquie started her legal career at Latham & Watkins, working with a diverse portfolio of public and private companies on securities, employment and general commercial litigation.  Jacquie earned her JD from Georgetown University Law Center, her Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and her BA from UC Berkeley.

Shaun Moore

Shaun Moore

CEO
Trueface

Shaun Moore is driven by a love for exploration and innovation which has led him to co-found Trueface. Trueface is focused on teaching cameras to see as human beings and rooted in three core principles: Humanity First; Data Security and Total Transparency.

His journey to create Trueface began in 2012, leaving Merrill Lynch in Chicago and booking a one-way ticket to Casablanca, Morocco to pursue his entrepreneurial vision: make technology accessible, personal, and trustworthy. Prior to Trueface, he co-founded two startups in the content and mobile application space. His work has been shaped by living on four continents and regularly participating in international communities for the advancement of global entrepreneurship. He holds two patents in the computer vision space, was named a semi-finalist for Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award in LA and was named Analytics Insight 40 under 40 Innovators in 2019.

Paul Wiles

Paul Wiles

Biometrics Commissioner

Professor Paul Wiles has spent much of his career as an academic criminologist at a number of UK universities and is currently an honorary professor at Sheffield University and a governor at Sheffield Hallam University.  Until 2015 he was an adviser to the Sentencing Council, a Local Government Boundary Commissioner, a trustee and board member of the National Centre for Social Research and a board member of the Food Standards Agency. Between 1999 and 2010 he was the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Home Office and the Government’s Chief Social Scientist. He was appointed as Commissioner for the Retention and Use of Biometric Material in June 2016.

Silkie Carlo

Silkie Carlo

Director
Big Brother Watch

Silkie Carlo is a lifelong campaigner for the protection of civil liberties, particularly in the context of new and emerging technologies.  She works to uphold rights in the fields of state surveillance, policing technologies, big data, artificial intelligence and free expression online.

Before joining Big Brother Watch in January 2018, she was the Senior Advocacy Officer at Liberty where she led a programme on Technology and Human Rights and launched a legal challenge to the Investigatory Powers Act. She previously worked for Edward Snowden’s official defence fund and whistleblowers at risk.

Hayley Fletcher

Hayley Fletcher

Director
CMA

An experienced regulatory and enforcement professional, Hayley Fletcher is currently a Director at the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). She is part of the CMA’s Online Platforms and Digital Advertising Market Study and is leading its thinking on consumer’s ability to control the use of their data for personalised advertising and the interaction between competition and privacy matters.

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Moderated By (1)

Malcolm Moore

Malcolm Moore

Technology News Editor
Financial Times

Malcolm Moore took up the role of Technology News Editor in October 2018. Prior to this, he was the United Kingdom News Editor 2016 - 2018. Before being UK News Editor, Malcolm was Leisure Industries Correspondent for the Financial Times. He joined the Financial Times in April 2015 from Telegraph Media Group, where he was Deputy Head of World News and a correspondent in Beijing and Shanghai. He was the winner of the 2012 Foreign Press Association award for ‘News Story of the Year’. Malcolm was also a Rome correspondent, an economics correspondent and a business reporter for the Telegraph. Malcolm holds a BA from University College London in English and is based currently based in London.

Why Attend In:Confidence?

Pioneering speakers
In:Confidence will feature exceptional keynotes, engaging panels and technical deep-dives from the thinkers and leaders shaping the modern data ecosystem. Previous speakers have included heads of industry, leading academics, bestselling authors and influential change-makers. Expect more of the same for 2020.

Immerse yourself in data privacy
Take insights back to your desk from four diverse and interactive stages. Enjoy a technical deep dive into cutting edge safe data technology, or engage in the pressing debates dominating the front pages - the choice is yours.

A unique and experiential day
In:Confidence is more than just a tech conference. Explore an awe-inspiring space, with interactive installations from leading international artists. Enjoy a spectacular street food lunch and extended happy hour to help you connect with other data leaders from the community.

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Venue

Printworks
Surrey Quays Road
Rotherhithe
London SE16 7PJ

United Kingdom


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