Jim Adler is the Chief Privacy Officer and General Manager of Data Systems at Intelius. As part of the Executive Leadership Team, Mr. Adler is the chief consumer advocate for the company and responsible for the data systems that power Intelius' products. Mr. Adler is a national leader on privacy, cryptography, and security and speaks frequently on these issues. He has testified before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), US Congress, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and spoken at leading academic institutions.
Prior to Intelius, Mr. Adler served as President and Chief Technology Officer at Identity.net, an Internet company giving consumers control of their online identity and reputation. From 1998 to 2005, Mr. Adler was the founder and CEO of VoteHere, a pioneer in the development of private and secure electronic voting, both online and offline. Under his management, VoteHere's groundbreaking cryptographic technology resulted in more than 50 issued patents, and deployed that technology for more than 15 million voters worldwide. Mr. Adler is a co-inventor of patents related to cryptographic voting and digital signatures. Mr. Adler received his B.S. with High Honors in electrical engineering from the University of Florida and his M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from the University of California, San Diego.
Webcast: The Evolution from Private to Public: Is There Privacy in the Digital Age?
October 28, 2011
Sponsored by: O'Reilly authors, Terence Craig & Mary Ludloff, Privacy and Big Data Moderator: Natalie Fonseca, Co-Founder and Executive Producer, Privacy Identity Innovation It is safe to say that the digital age has fundamentally changed all...