Tech Talks - Privacy in the Digital Age

1 June 2023

Tech Talks Enterprise Cayman Privacy in the Digital Age

Privacy in the Digital Age

Thursday, 1 June • Casanova Restaurant, 2nd Floor • 5:30 pm Doors Open • 6:00 pm Discussion Starts

In an age where our every move is tracked online, it’s more important than ever to have a clear understanding of the right to privacy – especially when it comes to our digital lives.

How have attitudes towards privacy changed in the last 20 years? Does new and emerging technologies pose a major threat? How have governments approached the right to privacy in a digital context? What can be done to preserve and protect our online privacy? Let's discuss!

Guest Speakers 
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  • Samuel Jacques-Cloutier, Moderator 

    Samuel Jacques-Cloutier has 19 years of banking and policy experience with a recent interest in digital cryptographic innovations. Having worked on the policy development side of regulation and AML/CFT oversight, he has a deep interest in ensuring the right to privacy remains a core pillar of modern digital society.  He recently contributed to the working group on Privacy and Law Enforcement for the Consensus 2023 report and seeks to continue this important discussion locally.

  • Vaughan Carter, Panelist 

    Vaughan Carter is a lawyer and an educator.  His specialist public law practice at Savannah Law covers all aspects of human rights and his academic work in this area has been cited in courts both locally and internationally.  In 2003, Vaughan was a founding member of the first Human Rights Committee in the Cayman Islands, and he currently serves as the Chair of the Cayman Islands Constitutional Commission, a Law Reform Commissioner, and a Member of the Gender Equality Tribunal.

  • David Manouchehri, Panelist 

    David Manouchehri is a Director at David received his diploma in 2014 in Electro-Mechanical Engineering (Robotics) Technician at Algonquin College. He previously worked for the Department of National Defence of Canada, and worked as self-employed security analyst for 4 years before founding 

  • Polly Pickering, Panelist 

    Polly Pickering is a managing director at eShore Ltd. Polly is a SaaS & Cyber Security enthusiast, Digital Cayman Director supporting technology solutions for Financial Services, FinTech development, BCP /DR clients. Polly’s focus has been AML and offshore compliance with an emphasis on data jurisdiction considerations relating to various ‘rules of law’.  She now has over two decades of service and technology consulting as Managing Director eShore, based in the Cayman Islands & working with 300+ Caribbean offshore & LATAM businesses.

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