Please join us for the second of the Orange County ACM Chapter's 2020 bi-monthly evening program series.
6:30 PM Doors Open & Networking
7:00 PM Announcements and Presentation
8:30 PM Meeting Adjourned
We will discuss several items related to privacy in general. We will start with a general background on privacy, its meanings and interpretation in the law over the years. We will then cover not only individual privacy, but new California laws regarding new legislation (AB375) and its implications for consumers, social media companies and other tertiary firms that use data harvested online, including specific person rights to control and restriction of that data. We will conclude with a similar treatment of workplace privacy and the implications for employees and employers, covering also impacts on public sector agencies and local governments, and their handling of constituent data. Discussions are happening in Sacramento on increasing the liability of elected officials who are not addressing privacy and cyber resiliency adequately.
Frank Ury is an Orange County leader in Technology Operations, Sales and Business Development with a background in setting infrastructure and IT operations strategies and roadmaps. Having served for 12 years as a Councilmember and Mayor of the City of Mission Viejo, his technology career includes senior technology positions in many major companies, including DXC Technology, HP Enterprise Services, Intel Corporation and Black and Decker. He holds a BSEE from Notre Dame, and MSEE from USC and his MBA from UC Irvine. In addition to his council position, he served on the Board for the Orange County Transportation Authority, and currently serves the Big Data-Open Data Committee for the Southern California Association of Governments, and on several regional cybersecurity advisory boards.
This event is co-sponsored by the IEEE Orange County Computer Society and the Los Angeles Chapter of the ACM.
Venue & Parking
This meeting will be held at the Knobbe Martens' Irvine offices. Parking validation will be provided to attendees.
iNK Digital Networking
We will be utilizing iNK Digital Networking alongside our check-in for the event! This app will help you network easier, faster and more efficiently within the ACM Event.
iNK Sign-up- do this before the event
• Download the app “iNK Digital Networking” via Google Play or iTunes
• Create an account and set-up your business card
• When setting up your business card, don’t forget to include your own keyword affiliations ie: IEEE-ComputerSociety, OC-ACM, SoftwareEngineer, Data Scientist, etc.
• Once completed, you’re all set to start sharing your contacts, hosting events, and connecting with other iNK-ers
• RSVP by going to ACM in the “event” tab of your iNK app and clicking “RSVP”