Panel: Technology Solutions to National Security: Threat to Privacy?
Co-hosts: Arlington e-Council and Washington Network Group
Sponsors: Hale and Door LLP, McEnearney Associates
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
NRECA Conference Center
4301 Wilson Blvd.
Ballston Metro Station
Parking at Ballston Commons Mall
"Technology Solutions to National Security: Threat to Personal Privacy"
Terrorist threats necessitate gathering more information on US citizens and non-citizens alike. But what about issues of personal privacy? Will our rights be protected? Which rights must be given up for greater protection from harm to our families, jobs and government? Our panel of experts in both security and privacy will address these challenging subjects.
> Jonathan Krim, Washington Post reporter on tech policy (Moderator)
> J. Richard Schapira, Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, Deputy General Counsel, Designated Agency Ethics Official
> Paul Rosenzweig, Senior Legal Research Fellow in the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation
> Janlori Goldman, Director, Health Privacy Project
> David Jordan, Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer, Arlington County, Virginia