Is Encryption Enough to Achieve Privacy?

Of course the answer is no. But there are many reasons! Tune in this afternoon at 4:00pm Pacific time to hear Anyck Turgeon, Scott Draughon and me discuss this topic and talk about encryption laws and the impacts to privacy. Here is the information about the event…

Is Encryption Enough to Achieve Privacy?
Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 4 p.m. Eastern
Special Guest:
Rebecca Herold & Associates, LLC
You are invited to listen to tune in to Internet radio show featuring data privacy expert Rebecca Herold. Rebecca will bring us up to speed on the latest laws surrounding data encryption requirements, as well as the numerous considerations organizations should address when facing privacy issues. Topics to be discussed include:
· Numerous emerging and existing laws involving data encryption requirements
· Why a Massachusetts law is receiving so much attention lately
· Why the latest release of Massachusetts’ law may actually lessen privacy levels
· How much pressure will The Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation (OCABR) receive during an upcoming public hearing scheduled for September 22, 2009?
The show is regularly co-hosted by Scott Draughon of and Anyck Turgeon of Crossroads Systems.
To listen live or download the show, visit:
Is Encryption Enough to Achieve Privacy?
Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 4 p.m. Eastern
About Rebecca Herold
Rebecca is an information privacy, security and compliance consultant, author, instructor and management tools creator with her own company, Rebecca Herold & Associates, LLC. Rebecca has provided information security, privacy and compliance services to organizations in a wide range of industries throughout the world for over 17 years. In 2007 and 2008 Rebecca was named one of the “Best Privacy Advisers” in two of three categories by Computerworld magazine. Rebecca was also named one of the “Top 59 Influencers in IT Security” for 2007 by IT Security magazine. Rebecca is also an Adjunct Professor for the Norwich University Master of Science in Information Assurance (MSIA) program.
About Anyck Turgeon
As an international data management, data protection and storage-security expert, Anyck Turgeon joined Crossroads in 2005 with more than 20 years of experience. A frequent technology spokesperson, Anyck has received numerous industry awards and is co-host to the Data Protection, Security and Privacy segment of Previously, from the executive offices of Oracle in the Silicon Valley, Anyck oversaw the successful creation and global deployment of three key strategic departments to Oracle’s corporate growth: Oracle Portal, Oracle Industries and Oracle On Demand/Outsourcing. Throughout her career, Anyck has been designing and deploying revolutionary solutions for small to large corporations worldwide globally. Anyck holds an extensive educational background and is a member of numerous industry associations.
About Scott Draughon
Richard Scott Draughon is the President, founder and Chief Executive Counsel for Draughon – Attorneys at Law. Mr. Draughon handles high technology matters involving the internet, software, hardware, multimedia and telecommunications. He also maintains a traditional intellectual property practice providing copyright, trademark and patent legal services. Mr. Draughon established his law practice in 1989, several years after completing his Juris Doctor and LL.M. degrees from the George Washington National Law Center. He earned his B.A. and M.B.A. degrees from the University of North Florida and is a native of Jacksonville.
Further, Mr. Draughon is the founder of, an online interactive resource for technology law services. The site was launched in 2001 and provides extensive free legal advice on technology law issues, as well as industry news updates, access to a national network of technology lawyers, as well as forms, instructions and video supporting complete contract templates for more than 200 technology transactions. The Web site has more than 7,000 subscribers and members with more than two million visitors to date.

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