Visit Tozny at the RSA Conference

We are now in an age where security can breached with just a simple push of a button. With today’s technological breakthroughs come an increasing demand for a more well-rounded and tightened cybersecurity. The tools required to protect each individual from cyber-attacks and threats has also proven that more technical expertise is now more than just a necessity, but of great significance as well.

RSA Conference will be held at Moscone Center in in San Francisco, February 13-17th, 2017

To better educate individuals and to lend them insights on the matter, a panel discussion is organized to be held on February 16, 2017 at Moscone West with a roster of notable names in the cyber privacy and security industry, including Tozny CEO Isaac Potoczny-Jones.

Privacy Enhancing Technologies Work—But Can Anyone Use Them?

  • Thursday 02/16/2017
  • 2:45 PM- 3:30 PM
  • Room: Moscone West | 2018
  • Session length: 45 Minutes
  • Track: Human Element
  • Session code: HUM-R11

Tools that help people assess and protect their own privacy are not new. But as the challenges to protect individuals’ privacy become more substantial, the tools to insulate people from privacy risks require more technical expertise. This panel will discuss specific privacy challenges and review research efforts to make advanced privacy-enhancing technologies more accessible to everyday people.

Isaac Potoczny-Jones

Isaac Potoczny-Jones is the founder and CEO of Tozny. Previously, Isaac worked as a developer of security and authentication solutions for defense agencies and other government agencies with 10 years under his belt as a cybersecurity researcher at Galois. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Master’s degree in Cybersecurity.

Other panelist include:

  • Lee Tien, Senior Staff Attorney and Adams Chair for Internet Rights for Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Tanvi Vyas, Tech Lead, Security User Experience for Mozilla.
  • Naomi Lefkovitz, Senior Privacy Policy Advisor for NIST will act as moderator.

Come meet us

You can come meet us at the NIST booth (number S2815) at the following times:

  • Tuesday 2/14 Noon – 2:00 PM
  • Wednesday 2/15 at 5:00 PM