The Executive Women's Forum
The Executive Women's Forum (EWF) Annual Conference provides an exclusive opportunity to personally interact with more than 300 global thought leaders in the fields of Information Security, Risk Management and Privacy.
This year, Hypervoice Co-founder Kelly Fitzsimmons is speaking on a hot topic,
The Voice Privacy Conundrum:
We tend to think of conversations as ephemeral. If a conversation is sensitive, we stop typing and start talking. Our long history of telecommunication regulations has led us to believe our conversations are safe, protected, regulated. And yet some conversations that feel ephemeral aren’t. With the advent of smart phones, we have stopped simply talking through our devices and started talking to our devices. And here is where things get complicated. When we talk to our virtual assistants (e.g., Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Echo or Microsoft’s Cortana) those conversations are recorded and kept. How long and for what purpose varies from company to company. What is clear is that you have limited control about what happens to these recorded conversations. What can we do as corporations and individuals to protect privacy?