Intel’s The Data Opportunity
Rethinking Privacy to Spur Innovation
OTTAWA, ON. (October 10, 2014) On Wednesday, October 8th in San Francisco, Intel Corporation convened industry leaders in technology, healthcare, education and smart cities industries to encourage action on data privacy issues facing companies today. Malcolm Harkins, vice president and chief security and privacy officer for Intel, said that the potential to unlock revolutionary discoveries is at stake, and called on the industry to be more transparent and accountable when collecting and using consumer data. In addition, a new survey conducted online by Harris Poll* on behalf of Intel, illustrates both a lack of understanding and an inherent distrust regarding how consumer data is used.
Nathalie Holmes from Privacy Analytics was on scene to emphasize the use of de-identified data and how balancing privacy and utility can go hand in hand.
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