A6. INgineering the MargINs: Technology, Privacy, & Security and Minors, Minorities & Marginalized Communities
Audit & Risk Management
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
9:25 AM - 10:25 AM
The presentation would focus on how technical developments have these unintended impacts on the privacy and security of marginalized communities because of the lack of attention to populations outside of the mainstream. I demonstrate this through examples affecting women, minors, minorities and the LBGTQ community with a focus on a gender as a case study that is currently in play. The case study shows how this change in our attitude toward gender affects the logic of the systems, the security controls and the privacy controls. We are dealing with this change now in Colorado.
After completing this session, the learner will: - The privacy engineering implications of considering or not the impact of technical decisions on non-mainstream populations - How simple policy changes can have significant impact downstream on technology, security and privacy - Possible legal impacts of inattention to the broader impact technology to other populations or situations
Marty Esquibel is the HIPAA Privacy and Security Officer at the CDHS. He specializes in privacy/security and its impact on minors, minorities and marginalized communities. He is a GIAC Advisory Board member and is an IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy. He holds CIPP/G, CIPT, Certified HIPAA Professional, Certified Security Compliance Specialist, and ITIL Foundation Certification