Data Ethics And Security

I had the pleasure of participating on a panel with this topic for the Data Analysts for Social Good/Good Tech Fest, put together by my friend Andrew Means. The panel included Joshua Pesky, of Roundtable Technology; Kelly Misata of Sightline Security; Andy Abrams of the United Way; and moderator Laura Quinn, currently of Laura S. Quinn Consulting, formerly of Idealware (now Techimpact), and a long-time friend and collaborator of mine. Our goal was to present a grounded conversation for nonprofits, dealing less with some of the more philosophical questions about AI and facial recognition and more with the concerns that nonprofits have about working with sensitive constituent data. So this is largely a conversation about information security best practices from a group that collectively has worked with hundreds of nonprofits on such issues, moderated by one of the smartest people in the sector. Here’s the panel, which lasts an hour and is worth the watch:

Data Ethics & Security Panel.mp4 from Data Analysts for Social Good on Vimeo.

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