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Privacy is a UX Problem

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June 2, 2015 1:35 PM

Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas, NV

So many network intrusions, so many email spools made public. Remember HBGary, Stratfor, 'The Fappening', Sony Pictures hacks? How about the Snowden Files? The potential liabilities of communicating in plain text has become too expensive to continue to do so. Zero-Knowledge systems can be made useful, elegant even. The problem with putting privacy first in our communications tools is that most of the existing privacy applications were created by crypto-nerds, most of whom have never overlapped with the world of UX. In this talk, Privacy will be put at the core of application design by way of new metaphors for arcane cryptography jargon (that few endusers understand). Using frameworks and services created for this new 'privacy first' era, your application can be built in a way that removes liability, is regulatory-compliant and elegant.

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