SENTRY: Maximizing Information While Minimizing Privacy Risk
This event is exclusive to Neudata clients.
Join Neudata for an exclusive Sentry event, where we engage with regulators, legislators, policymakers, and other current and former government contacts to share exclusive content and bring a new level of transparency to the alternative data community.
In this session we will explore how U.S. and EU privacy frameworks apply to alternative data models, and how businesses can maximize the power and utility of data while minimizing privacy risks and compliance concerns. We will explore options for privacy-protective uses and types that limit privacy exposure, including de-identification, pseudonymization, aggregation, and publicly available information.
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Welcome & Introduction
Don D’Amico, Neudata
PANEL: Maximizing Information While Minimizing Privacy Risk
Moderator: Don D’Amico, Neudata
Chris Mohr, SVP for Intellectual Property and General Counsel, SIIA
Dr. Rob van Eijk, Managing Director for Europe, Future of Privacy Forum
Kelly Koscuiszka, Partner, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
Syd Terry, Chief of Staff to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky
Alternative Data Counsel Presentation
Tracey Shumpert, Vice President of Membership and Programs, FISD
Don is the General Counsel of Neudata. In addition to managing the company's legal affairs, Don leads the review of the compliance and regulatory aspects of new datasets and assists with product development. He previously served as Legal Counsel at Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP, where he onboarded third party research providers and conducted related due diligence. Don started his career as a research analyst on a merger arbitrage trading desk.
Don holds a JD from the Fordham University School of Law and a BA from Washington University in St. Louis. He has received CIPP/E and CIPP/US certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Dr. Rob van Eijk
Future of Privacy ForumManaging Director for Europe
Dr. Rob van Eijk serves as the Future of Privacy Forum’s Managing Director for Europe. In this role, van Eijk implements FPF’s agenda in Europe, overseeing its day-to-day operations, and manages relationships with stakeholders in the industry, government, academia, and civil society. Prior to serving in this position, van Eijk worked at the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) for nearly 10 years. He represented the Dutch DPA in international meetings and as a technical expert in court. He also represented the European Data Protection Authorities, assembled as the Article 29 Working Party, in the multi-stakeholder negotiations of the World Wide Web Consortium on Do Not Track. Van Eijk is a technologist with an M.Sc. from the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science, Leiden University, and a Ph.D. from Leiden Law School, Leiden University, focusing on online advertising (real-time bidding).
SIIASVP for Intellectual Property and General Counsel
Chris Mohr is the Senior Vice President for Intellectual Property and General Counsel for the Software and Information Industry Association, where he acts as the organization’s chief legal officer, and its point person on intellectual property issues, strategic filings, and antipiracy. He has testified several times before Congress and state legislatures on issues involving technology and intellectual property, constitutional, and privacy law. Before his employment at SIIA, he was a partner in a boutique law firm that focused on a variety of constitutional and IP issues raised by new technologies.
Schulte Roth & Zabel LLPPartner
Kelly Koscuiszka, Partner at Schulte Roth & Zabel, advises private funds on regulatory and compliance matters, with a particular focus on the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, and works closely with clients undergoing SEC examinations. Kelly also advises clients on privacy and data security as well as the challenges presented by new technologies and alternative data. Kelly regularly leads training sessions for clients, including on topics such as alternative data, insider trading and best practices for electronic communications and technology usage. When necessary, she represents clients in regulatory investigations and enforcement actions by the SEC, DOJ and FINRA as well as in complex civil litigation matters.
Kelly received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and her B.A. from Rutgers University.
United States CongressChief of Staff to Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky
FISDVice President of Membership and Programs
Tracey Shumpert is the Vice President of Membership and Programs at FISD, the non-profit professional association for financial information. She oversees the development of member programs for financial institutions, exchanges and service providers, including the Alternative Data Council, the World Financial Information Conference, Women’s Group and many other working groups and activities.
In addition, she is FISD’s primary relationship manager to its over 230 member firms. Prior to FISD, Tracey had related roles at FIX and Bloomberg LP, and has previously worked for Yale University and Sotheby’s. She holds a BA in Comparative Literature from Smith College, and an MA in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. She is an avid equestrian and volunteers at the Merchant’s House Museum in the Manhattan.