EF Hutton, Inc., headquartered in Springfield, Ohio, has announced open registration for the first in an ongoing series of professional conferences focused on a broad spectrum of national issues. The “EF Hutton Talks Conference Series” inaugural event will cover issues surrounding the rights of users in social networking. Slated for June 25, 2018, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the primary site will be at the Courtyard by Marriott, in Springfield, Ohio, with simultaneous satellite locations to be announced.
The fallout from the Facebook – Cambridge Analytics data breach left even Congress scratching their collective heads about how to better regulate the industry to protect users. Additionally, massive social networking companies are capitalizing on user data and providing nothing in return. This conference will address the issues of data privacy, individual user compensation and more.
The “EF Hutton Talks Conference Series” is designed to shed a national spotlight on specific issues in a wide range of topics affecting Americans. The overall goal is to bring together thought leaders and business executives from industries like social networking, data security and personal finance to define and discuss problems and potential solutions to issues like user rights, privacy, the U.S. savings crisis, and more. Each conference will address topics through panel discussions, keynote speakers and breakout sessions.
The featured speaker will be the son of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., human rights activist, Martin Luther King III. Mr. King will be speaking on the value of the individual in a world where consumers are used for their digital information, go uncompensated and left vulnerable. Other presenters for the event include the following:
Sara H. Jodka, CIPP-US / Of Counsel at Dickinson Wright. Jodka is an attorney whose areas of practice include data privacy and cybersecurity issues, including preparing for and remedying data breaches; and litigation risks.
Dr. Vanessa Enoch, Public Policy expert, a business development and policy consultant/ business owner, and a trained community organizer, who is passionate about Social Justice and Human Rights causes. Dr. Enoch is also the Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress in Ohio’s 8th District.
Other presenters include Springfield City Commissioner, Ms. Joyce Chilton, and Atlanta attorney Theodore F. Claypoole, and EF Hutton CEO, Christopher Daniels. In addition to individual presentations, some presenters will participate in a roundtable discussion covering several issues related to the user rights topic. Other speakers to be announced.
“As an industry, we have a responsibility to the public to address issues of privacy and user rights, not because we are compelled to do so by congressional subpoena, but because it’s the right thing to do,” said Gery Deer, EF Hutton Vice President of Communications and Public Relations. “This conference series is designed to help begin an industry-wide dialogue to explore ways financial technology companies can help defend the rights of all internet users.”
Premier Sponsors for the event are EF Hutton, and HUTN, Inc., with other considerations provided by Megga, Inc. Registration is free but seating is limited. To register and for full details including a complete schedule of the sessions in this exclusive conference, visit conference.efhutton.com.