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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, firms have shifted significant proportions of their workforces to “hybrid” roles, with workers splitting their time between their offices and homes. This economy-wide “reset” of work location and practices offers a rare opportunity to break through chronic habits of personal and organizational behavior that negatively impact privacy and security.
In this talk, a panel of experts will share their views on security and privacy in the hybrid work environment and ideas for how firms and policymakers might converge to deliver productivity, equity, and innovation in the next decade and help hybrid work live up to its promise.
Ann Cleaveland is CLTC’s Executive Director where she is responsible for growing key partnerships, managing day-to-day operations, and stewarding a strategy to fulfill the mission of CLTC’s multidisciplinary research center. Cleaveland is a senior leader and business manager with over fifteen years of experience in philanthropy, non-profit management, and industry.
Will Cooper graduated Berkeley Law in 2011. After practicing for several large law firms he is now a vice president of litigation and compliance at Fortinet, an S&P 500 cybersecurity company.
Greg Silberman is Associate General Counsel and leads Zoom Video Communications’ global privacy team. Prior to joining Zoom, he was Deputy General Counsel for BlackBerry Corporation following their acquisition of Cylance Inc where he served as Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer. Greg was also a partner in the Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Data Protection practice in the Palo Alto office of Jones Day, a graduate of UC Berkeley and started his legal career at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories. He is a husband, father, and inveterate boardgamer.
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