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Make Data Work
Oct 15–17, 2014 • New York, NY
Jim Adler

Jim Adler
VP of Products & Chief Privacy Officer, Metanautix

Website | @jim_adler

Jim is a business executive, entrepreneur, and thought leader on big data, privacy, security, and voting systems. Currently, Jim is Vice President of Products and Chief Privacy Officer at Metanautix. He also serves on the The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee (DPIAC) providing advice at the request of the Secretary of Homeland Security and the DHS Chief Privacy Officer.

Most recently, Jim was Vice President, Data Systems at inome and the first Chief Privacy Officer at Intelius. Jim led the big data team that powers the company’s products as well as serving as its chief consumer advocate. Prior to inome and Intelius, Jim served as president and chief technology officer at Identity.net, an Internet company giving consumers control of their online identity and reputation. He was the founder and CEO of VoteHere, a pioneer in the development of private and secure electronic voting. He is a co-inventor of patents related to cryptographic voting and digital signatures. Jim has also served on the advisory boards of the Future of Privacy Forum and Helios Voting. Jim received his bachelor’s degree with high honors in electrical engineering from the University of Florida and his master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering from the University of California, San Diego.

Sessions

11:50am–12:30pm Thursday, 10/16/2014
Law, Ethics & Open Data
Location: 1 E10/1 E11
Jim Adler (Metanautix)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 6 ratings)
Bad press, FTC consent decrees, and White House reports have all put a spotlight on bad data practices. Data scientists and designers have become increasingly aware of how privacy principles should guide their work. So, the geeks have met the wonks. Now, it’s time for the wonks to meet the geeks and use data analytics to keep pace with burgeoning data volumes, velocities, and innovations. Read more.