AT&T and CMU Present: Privacy in the World of Internet of Things


Please join AT&T and Carnegie Mellon University in for an in-depth discussion on one of the most challenging issues consumers and businesses face in a world of smartphones, wearables and other internet-connected devices — privacy.

The event will include welcome remarks from Tom Moore, Chief Privacy Officer, AT&T, and a keynote presentation by Kashmir Hill, Investigative Technology Reporter and TED Talks Award Winner.

A privacy panel will follow, moderated by Courtney Linder, Business Technology Reporter, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Panel participants include the following industry experts:

  • Lorrie Cranor, Director and Bosch Distinguished Professor in Security and Privacy Technologies, CyLab, FORE Systems Professor of Computer Science and of Engineering & Public Policy, CMU
  • Stacey Gray, Senior Counsel, Future of Privacy Forum
  • Jorge Guajardo Merchan, Principal Scientist & Manager, Security and Privacy Research Group; Robert Bosch LLC — Research and Technology Center North America
  • Jason Hong, Professor, School of Computer Science, Human Computer Interaction Institute, CyLab Researcher, CMU
  • Omar Khawaja, Vice President & CISO, Pittsburgh, Highmark Health

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NOTE: Registration and lunch begin at 12 p.m. EDT.

Please REGISTER here by Friday, May 24.

Photographs and video may be taken by AT&T at this event. By attending, you consent to AT&T’s use of any photographs or video in external and internal AT&T communications concerning this event.

This event, during which light refreshments will be available, has been designed to comply with the “widely attended event” exception in the House and Senate gift rules. Federal agency employees and Executive Branch appointees are encouraged to consult with their Designated Ethics Officer or Counsel as appropriate.

For More Information, Please Contact: 

Megan Walsh  - 908-455-1643