The data security hearings will include five panel discussions and additional discussion of research related to data breaches and data security threats. The first day’s panel discussions will examine incentives to invest in data security and consumer demand for data security. Discussions on the second day will focus on data security assessments, the U.S. framework related to consumer data security, and the FTC’s data security enforcement program.
The 2-day meeting will gather approximately 1,200 health IT partners and will include a combination of plenaries and breakout sessions each day. The plenary sessions will include keynote addresses and panel discussions.
See full agenda https://www.healthit.gov/news/events/onc-2018-annual-meeting
The rapidly improving accuracy of satellite navigation in mobile devices can help to democratize land surveying throughout the developing world. How can field practitioners best utilize this tech to implement community mapping initiatives and formalize property rights?
Countries around the world are struggling with questions surrounding governments’ acquisition, assessment, use, and management of software and hardware vulnerabilities. When may governments retain a vulnerability for exploitation by law enforcement or intelligence agencies instead of disclosing it for repair?
An exclusive briefing where new data will be presented that illuminates the true persistence of the digital divide. Data will be presented on a Surface Hub for user navigation and interaction at the state, county, and congressional district levels.
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Rural Health Care (RHC) Program participants have been asking a lot of questions over the last few months - both about the uncertain future of the program and about FY2018 funding requests. But the biggest question of all for FY2018 applicants is simply, "When will I know if my funding has been approved?"
Social media platforms are being accused of being at the root of a host of social ills: fake news, depression, political polarization, addiction, and other maladies. To test these assertions, Allcott and his team has been tracking the diffusion of misinformation on social media. Recently, they ran a large-scale randomized experiment in which we paid Facebook users to deactivate their accounts in the four weeks before the 2018 midterm elections. Professor Allcott will present results from these studies and other related work.
The hearing will examine potential bias and the need for greater transparency regarding the filtering practices of tech giant Google.
- Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google
REGISTRATION & NETWORKING BREAKFAST 8:00AM - 9:00AM
OPENING PLENARY 8:45AM-10:30AM
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 10:45-11:45AM
CLOSING PLENARY 1:45PM-3:00PM