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IEEE Leadership Seminar: "Privacy Considerations when Developing and Launching Products"
Vice President, Product management, Neustar
Title: To Build or Not to Build - Privacy Considerations when Developing and Launching Products
Abstract: There's a saying in the industry, "If the product is free, you're the product." Everyday we freely give up sensitive data about ourselves to obtain access to products, services, or benefits. As product managers, we have to continually evaluate the data we collect and how we will leverage it; not only comply with the changing regulations but to protect our customers and corporate reputation. In this seminar we'll discuss one such data source - the Domain Name System (DNS), the value of this data, and the considerations that have come into play when leveraging it to develop new products and services.
Bio: Michael Kaczmarek is the VP of Product Management for Neustar’s Security Solutions business unit. He is responsible for evangelizing the vision, strategies, and tactics for the successful launch and expansion of products into new and existing markets. Prior to joining Neustar, Michael was with Verisign for more than 18 years where he served in various capacities including VP of product management and marketing for Verisign Security Services. Prior to joining Verisign, Michael was a systems engineering manager for Lockheed Martin in charge of their Solid Rocket Motor Disposition in Russia Program. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland and a Master of Engineering in environmental engineering from The Johns Hopkins University. Michael is a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute, a certified professional engineer, and has authored a number of patents related to the Domain Name System.
This Event is For: Public • Clark School • All Students • Graduate • Undergraduate