In:Confidence USA - Exploring the Future of Safe and Powerful Data

By Privitar - November 18, 2019

Last week, the advanced analytics and data privacy communities converged on The Caldwell Factory in New York City for In:Confidence USA - a one day extravaganza of thought provoking discussion, in-depth panels and exciting keynotes. Our photographers were on hand to capture all the action and the best moments from the Keynote Stage, In:ConfidenceX, the IQ Bar and the extensive networking hall. Below some of the best bits...


The In:Confidence Keynote Theatre, ready to welcome 150 privacy leaders and practitioners from the data community



In:Confidence USA attendees exploring the future of safe and powerful data



Privitar CEO Jason du Preez welcomes the delegates to the inaugural In:Confidence USA in New York City 



Damon Horowitz, the former In-House Philosopher & Director of Engineering at Google delivering his opening keynote, on how to re-humanize the increasingly operationalized concepts of privacy and trust, as a way of motivating ethical data usage


Privitar's In:Confidence Barista keeping the audience energized throughout the day!



Privitar's Hector Page demonstrating the ease of which sensitive data can be re-identified and used for malicious purposes


RELX's Chief Privacy Officer Allison Brody walking the audience through the steps that they need to take to prepare for CCPA on January 1st


In:Confidence USA attendees taking the opportunity to network with their peers and enjoy the projection mapping artwork around the venue


Chief Scientist of the US Census Bureau John M. Abowd discussing his organization's use of differential privacy for the 2020 Census



An esteemed panel of experts discuss data privacy and access in Financial Services (from left: John Kain, AWS; Kirsten Mycroft, BNY Mellon; Brendon Tavelli, JPMorgan Chase; Alex Edelstein, BNP Paribas)


Closing keynote speaker Kenneth Cukier, Senior Editor at the Economist closes In:Confidence USA with a thought-provoking session focused on the balance between data privacy and the public good

In:Confidence is now over for another year, but soon you'll be able to register for our 2020 event. Expect it to be bigger, bolder, and as ever, the home of the world's data privacy conversation.