Todd Hindman, Jonathan Boston, Jason Cronk, Jolynn Dellinger

Surveys show that consumers are deeply concerned about their privacy. In a recent Ponemon study, 74% of consumers said that they have little control over their personal information. These concerns ultimately are leading to a regulatory backlash, as demonstrated by the CPRA referendum that passed by a wide margin. Clearly, the status quo isn’t working. This session will focus on what can be done to address this problem. Are there different approaches that organizations can take to ease consumer concerns? What types of measures can provide consumers with more meaningful control over their data?

 

Todd Hindman, VP, Strategic Alliances, IDX (Moderator)

Jonathan Boston, Sr. Vice President, IDX

Jason Cronk, Privacy & Trust Consultant, Enterprivacy Consulting Group

Jolynn Dellinger, Stephen and Janet Bear Visiting Lecturer, Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University

Jason Cronk
Jason Cronk

Privacy & Trust Consultant
Enterprivacy Consulting Group

Jolynn Dellinger
Jolynn Dellinger

Stephen & Janet Bear Visiting Lecturer
Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University

Jonathan Boston

SVP
IDX

Todd Hindman
Todd Hindman

VP, Strategic Alliances
IDX