Cyber Summit 2016 will focus on the privacy / policy implications of technologies related to open, big data and the Internet of Things. It will help public organizations, tech leaders, and everyday citizens understand what is fully at stake when information (both public and private) is made available online, and what legal defenses may (or may not) exist to protect them.
Keynote Presentations will be delivered by Jill Clayton, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, and Dr. Michael Geist, law professor at the University of Ottawa and syndicated columnist on technology law issues.
The two-day event will take place October 27-28, 2016 at The Banff Centre, with pre-conference workshops on October 26.
Audience Members will include the greatest technology minds in the west. This event will benefit everyone on the operations team — from CIOs and systems administrators, to business development and policy officers.