Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Jon Neiditz Featured Panelist at The 2015 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems
ATLANTA (June 3) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Jon Neiditz is a featured panelist at the 2015 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems. The conference is being held June 1 - 5, at the Westin Atlanta Airport Hotel.
Mr. Neiditz will join Nader Nassar, Master Inventor & Senior Software Engineer, Innovations for Security, CIO Lab, IBM; Peter Allor, Critical Infrastructure Group – IBM Security Systems; and Mohamed Shehab, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, on a panel titled, “Privacy Challenges and Opportunities in Collaboration Systems.”
Mr. Neiditz leads the Big Data, Privacy and Cybersecurity practice at Kilpatrick Townsend, a firm that has become one of the leading information law firms in the world.
If you want to see how collaboration technologies are drawing the line between sharing on the one hand and surveillance and stalking on the other, check out: http://datalaw.net/sharing-surveillance-stalking-drawing-the-line-to-save-the-internet
Follow Mr. Neiditz on Twitter: @jonneiditz, read the Big Data Tech Law Blog: datalaw.net, and/or connect on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/informationmanagementlaw.
For more information about Kilpatrick Townsend, please visit: www.kilpatricktownsend.com.
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