Opening keynote speech at ALM CyberSecure 2016. (Photo credit: Charles Garnar/ALM)

At the “The Debate Between Security and Privacy Continues: Where Do We Draw the Line?” panel at ALM’s 2016 CyberSecure conference in New York, privacy and security experts spanning government, corporations, and law firms raised key questions about how companies, individuals, and law enforcement interests can balance their needs to secure data across these policy lines.

Moderator Mauricio Paez, partner at Jones Day, explained that there is a significant gap between policy and regulation implemented at the state level and “ground level,” people who deal with that policy in their work, like chief information officers at large companies and law enforcement agents, all the way down to individual users.

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