Kelly Caine, Assistant Professor, Clemson University
A human-centered tool for enhancing patient privacy in electronic medical record systems
Biography: Kelly Caine is assistant professor in the Human-Centered Computing Division of the School of Computing at Clemson University. She speaks and writes on human factors, privacy, health informatics, human computer interaction, empirical methods and designing for special populations. Her recent work has focused on designing, building and studying ways to create easy to use privacy-enhanced technologies. She has a B.A. from the University of South Carolina and a M.S. and Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Roger Dingledine, Project Leader, Director, Researcher, The Tor Project
Lessons from Tor: How to help developers and researchers improve your privacy tool
Biography: Roger Dingledine is project leader for The Tor Project, a US non-profit working on anonymity research and development. He organizes academic conferences on anonymity, speaks at hacker and security conferences, and also does tutorials on anonymity for national and foreign law enforcement. Roger was honored in 2006 as one of the top 35 innovators under the age of 35 by Technology Review magazine, and selected in 2012 by Foreign Policy magazine as one of the 100 top global thinkers.
Sid Stamm, Lead Privacy Engineer, Mozilla
Online Snoops and Thwarting Them With Transparency, Choice and Control
Biography: Sid Stamm is the Lead Privacy Engineer at Mozilla and is responsible for overseeing a team of engineers focused on integrating transparency and privacy into the fabric of the Web by building tools to give users more choice and control over their personal data online. Sid joined Mozilla in 2009 and has designed and developed many of the security and privacy-related features in Firefox including Do Not Track and Content Security Policy. He is the author of a number of privacy-related Firefox Add-ons including, Force TLS and Universal Behavioral Advertising Opt-Out. Sid has written and published numerous papers on privacy and security and holds a Ph.D in computer Science from the Indiana University.