Home Home About Us Practice Areas Our Attorneys Press & Publications Events Diversity Pro-Bono Careers
Print This Page
Binghamton University Alumni Association
"Big Data: Opportunities, Challenges and Implications for Privacy"

November 19, 2015

Gary A. Kibel, Digital Media, Technology & Privacy Partner, will speak during a session titled "Big Data: Opportunities, Challenges and Implications for Privacy" at a Binghamton University Alumni Association program to be held in New York, NY.

Mr. Kibel and an accomplished panel of fellow alumni working in big data including David Berkowitz, Chief Marketing Officer, MRY; Jonathan Espiritu, Senior Corporate Counsel, MediaMath; Eliot Hoff, Senior Vice President, APCO Worldwide; and Lia Sheena, Senior Privacy Counsel, Nielsen will share will share their perspectives on "big data."

Session Overview
The amount of information collected about individuals, primarily online, is increasing exponentially. Each day people add to their digital footprint through the use of computers, smartphones, tablets, payment systems, thermostats, automobiles and other internet-connected devices. The resulting data can be used for many purposes, including advertising delivery, analytics, market research, security, fraud detection and more. So called "big data" can help drive the new digital economy, but are coupled with concerns about privacy and consumer control.

This program is for Binghamton University alumni and their guests. For more information, visit the event website.