Privacy & Security Demands on eBusiness
privacy laws affect how companies handle consumer information?
does existing and pending privacy legislation have on your company?
the risks posed by the most popular software technologies such
as Web browsing, Email usage and Instant Messaging?
should a company take to protect the privacy of its customers?
are available to the security industry to measure privacy and
the effects of corporate privacy implementations on employee operations,
performance and morale?
Our three distinguished presenters will help you answer these questions
and more! You'll learn how privacy and security issues affect you
and your company and what you need to be concerned with in the future.
Join us for
what promises to be an excellent program!
Bahadur, co-founder of Foundstone, Inc., provides security
consulting and training to Foundstone's clients. Gary is a frequent
speaker at industry events and has written many articles for industry
publications and recently published Privacy Defended: Protecting
Wagoner, Director of Information Technology at Autobytel, Inc.,
is responsible for software architecture for this online car buying
service. Kevin has lead the development and implementation of dealer
internet lead management tools, a wholesale car auction system,
lender connectivity systems and a best-in-class service reminder
Lapple, Internet and E-Commerce Team, Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison,
LLP, focuses on intellectual property and complex litigation,
with a special emphasis on computer software, internet, e-commerce
and privacy issues. Matthew has experience in all major intellectual
property disciplines (patent, copyright, trademark and trade secrets)
as well as counseling clients on preparing and complying with website
Phil Nasser, Cerius Consulting
Bahadur, co-founder of Foundstone, Inc.
Gary, CIO and
a co-founder of Foundstone Inc, has been involved with numerous
penetration studies and network reviews covering various firewalls,
UNIX, Windows NT, Novell networks, Web servers, Internet connectivity,
SAP security and routers during the past 8 years. Gary has developed
methodologies for network security for numerous companies.Gary performs
speaking engagements and security seminars at various industry conferences
and is widely published in industry magazines. Gary has published
"Privacy Defended: Protecting Yourself Online" through
Que Publishing and "Windows XP Professional Security"
through Osborne McGraw-Hill.
Wagoner, Director of Information Technology at Autobytel, Inc.
Kevin Wagoner joined the web development staff of Autobytel Inc.
in 1997. Autobytel Inc. is the leading online car buying service
encompassing the Autobytel, Autoweb, Autosite and Carsmart Internet
brands. Kevin currently is Information Technology Director responsible
for software architecture and corporate project coordination. During
his tenure, he has lead multiple development teams focused upon
delivering revenue-generating software products to car dealerships.
Significant dealer solutions delivered include internet lead management
tools, a wholesale car auction system, lender connectivity systems
and a best-in-class service reminder program. In 1996, he co-developed
and managed an early Internet search engine, Resource-One, and an
early Internet search engine marketing service, Get-Exposed. Prior
to the Internet, he spent a few years as a sales professional in
the healthcare marketing and durable label printing industries.
He works at Autobytel's Irvine office and lives in Chino Hills with
his wife and son. He is vicariously re-living his junior high years
through his son.
C. Lapple, Internet & E-Commerce Team, Brobeck, Phleger &
Mr. Lapples practice focuses on intellectual property and
complex litigation, with a special emphasis on computer software,
internet, e-commerce and privacy issues.
Mr. Lapple has
experience in all major intellectual property
disciplines, including patent, copyright, trademark and trade
secrets. Representative cases include MGM v. Grockster (Secondary
Copyright Liability Issues for Peer-to Peer filesharing software);
Experian v. Logic Quest (Software Copyright and Trade Secrets);
Cardinal American v. Jack-Post (Trial on Design Patent and Trade
Dress); DES v. Imperial Technology (Patent for solid state discs);
Lone Star Café v. Bubbas Ice House (Trial on Trademark
and Trade Dress); and Microsoft v. Lindows.com (Trademark).
also has experience in litigating a wide range of issues
important to technology companies, including cybersmear
(anonymous on-line defamation), RICO, breach of software license,
responding to computer hacking attacks (including working with the
FBI to pursue criminal penalties), discovering and prosecuting disloyal
employee kickback schemes and class action lawsuits for alleged
Lapple has experience in counseling clients on a variety of technology
and intellectual property issues such as state SPAM laws, on-line
contracting, preparing and complying with web-site privacy policies,
the European Union Privacy Directive, and preparation and prosecution
of applications for patents, copyrights and federal and
state trademarks registrations.
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