Preliminary Agenda

7th Annual TRU Privacy and Security Conference (LEADERSHIP DINNER)
Audience: attendees who have registered as Leadership: CIO, Director, Manager. Capped at 50.
Date: January 25, 2023
Time: TBD
Location: TBD
Agenda - 7th Annual TRU Privacy and Security Conference
Audience: All registered attendees
Date: January 26, 2023
Time: 8:00am – 4:30 pm (Social following)
Location: TRU Campus Activity Centre
MC: John Cuzzola & Rita Hodge
7:45 AM
Mountain Room
Registration and Breakfast in the Vendor Fair
8:45 - 9:00 AM
Grand Hall
Opening Remarks
9:00 AM
Grand Hall
Territorial Acknowledgement and Elder's Blessing
President's Welcome - Brett Fairbairn, President and Vice-Chancellor, TRU
9:15 - 9:55 AM
Grand Hall
Morning Keynote – Ebrahim Bagheri
10:00 – 10:40 AM
Grand Hall
Gold Sponsor Presentation
10:40 - 11:00 AM
Mountain Room
Coffee Break in the Vendor Fair
11:00 – 11:40 AM

Five(5) concurrent breakout rooms
  1. Location: TRUSU Lecture Hall (Campus Activity Center)
  2. Location: TRU Executive Boardroom (2nd Floor Campus Activity Center)
  3. Location: Grand Hall
  4. Location: Summit Room, 2nd Floor Campus Activity Center (Silver sponsor Presentation)
  5. Location: Alpine Room, 1st Floor Campus Activity Center (Silver sponsor Presentation)
11:40 AM - 12:25 PM
Mountain Room
Lunch Served in the Vendor Fair
12:30 - 1:10 PM
Grand Hall
Afternoon Keynote - TBD
1:15 - 1:55 PM
Grand Hall
Gold Sponsor Presentation
2:05 - 2:45 PM Breakout Session 2
2:55 - 3:35 PM Breakout Session 3
3:45 - 4:25 PM
Grand Hall
Panel Discussion To what extent should we TRUST AI Systems with our Privacy and Security?
Abstract: This panel discussion will NOT debate whether AI systems should be used within privacy and/or security contexts. Like self-driving cars, this technology is already here. Instead, the panelists will debate how much autonomy should be given to AI to make decisions that affect our individual privacy and security. On one extreme, opponents will argue that AI should only act in an advisory role with the final decision resting with a human. Proponents will claim the benefits outweigh the risks, and like self-driving cars, AI should be given real time autonomy. At the end of this discussion, the audience will vote for which argument they agree with.

Moderator – TBD. Panelists - TBD
4:25 - 4:30 PM
Grand Hall
Closing Remarks -
4:30 PM
Mountain Room