Stephen Ufford, Trulioo CEO and Founder, has been invited to speak at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He will be joining senior executives from Decision Resources, Benefitfocus, and Broadridge for the panel discussion,“Getting the Data: Approaches to Managing Personal Data” on May 20th at 1:30 pm during the 2015 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.
As companies begin to move to a “big data” world, they face the problem of acquiring additional data about customers, and the associated problems of privacy, liability, security, and ethical considerations in general. This session will present an approach to this problem that has been hammered out in discussions between senior regulators and CEOs of multinationals, discuss “living lab” experiments testing this new approach in the real world, and report on how multilateral organizations and nations are beginning to partner with private companies in order to allow them to exploit such data. The panelists will discuss and debate the merits of this approach, and comment on how they manage big data in their organizations.
"We are at an inflection point where CIOs are increasingly breaking free of outdated business assumptions that arose from the limits of older technologies,” said Lindsey Anderson, Chair of the 2015 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium. “Our speakers will provide insight into new modes of thinking, practice and collaboration that are required for the future of technology success. Attendees will leave with actionable tools on how to do this through digitization, improvements in technology, and through new thoughtful combinations of people, processes, and technology across a CIO’s entire enterprise.”
Stephen will be joined on the panel by the following panelists:
Prof. Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland, MIT Media Lab (moderator)
Alex 'Sandy' Pentland has helped create and direct MIT’s Media Lab, the Media Lab Asia, and the Center for Future Health. He chairs the World Economic Forum's Data Driven Development council, is Academic Director of the Data-Pop Alliance, and is a member of the Advisory Boards for Google, Nissan, Telefonica, the United Nations Secretary General, Monument Capital, and the Minerva Schools.
Brigham Hyde, Chief Data Officer, Decision Resources
Brigham Hyde is the Chief Data Office at Decision Resources, the premier provider of analysis and data on the significant issues facing the biopharmaceutical industry. He is also an adjunct professor of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics at Tufts University.
Don Taylor, Chief Technology Officer, Benefitfocus
Don Taylor is Chief Technology Officer at Benefitfocus, a leading provider of cloud-based benefits software solutions, that provides employers, insurance carriers and consumers with technology to shop, enroll, manage and exchange benefits information. He is responsible for the technology vision of Benefitfocus with a focus on the company’s platform architecture, security, infrastructure and product strategy.
Paolo Pelizzoli, Senior Vice President, Broadridge
Paolo's experience has led him to understand the variety of platforms and technologies available in the industry. From understanding the complexities of not just build, but support and extension, his experience has forged this as a founding principle upon how he approaches architecture and problem solving.
Now in its 12th year, the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium is a world class, one-day conference, held on the MIT campus. Over 700 CIOs, senior IT executives and MIT academic thought leaders will network, collaborate, and explore how innovative technologies and leading-edge research can achieve accelerated technology success.
Find out more about the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, and watch the video below to find out why CIOs should attend this event.