Cyber Risk Principal Derek Han to headline panel on digital trust
–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Grant Thornton LLP:
WHAT: As companies strive to be more innovative, they are
increasingly tapping into their customers’ personal data. At the same
time, consumers are demanding increased privacy. The dichotomy is
creating one of the defining issues of our time: digital trust.
Derek Han, cyber risk principal and data privacy specialist at Grant
Thornton LLP, will lead a panel – The Economy of Trust: How Data
Privacy Is Driving Innovation – examining how digital trust is
shaping the economy and driving innovation. The panel will explore
strategies that businesses can use to be more nimble with their data
management strategies, while also maintaining their customers’ trust.
Presented by Grant Thornton, Han will be joined by William Min, deputy
general counsel and chief privacy and data governance officer at Western
Union, and Mathew Newfield, chief information security officer at Unisys
For more information about the 2018 Fast Company Innovation Festival,
DATE: Wednesday, October 24, 2018
TIME: Panel discussion begins at 4:30 p.m. EDT
LOCATION: Convene Hub, 237 Park Avenue, New York, New York
For more information or to RSVP, please contact:
Adam Bond, Grant Thornton LLP, T +1 312 602 8332, E firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew Kerr, Fast Company, T +1 212 849 8250, E email@example.com
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