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FBC Presents US Census Bureau Data Privacy Day
May 15 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm EDT
Think it’s too late to grab some 2020 Decennial Census business? Think again! It’s one of the most significant projects for the federal government right now. According to Tom O’Keefe, business & government consultant, the three areas most likely in need of help are cybersecurity, application integration and data privacy.
- If you can provide mobile device security, you can help secure the devices that census enumerators use for taking counts in the field.
- Forty-four different systems are involved in the 2020 census, so application integration will be critical. One of the biggest remaining challenges is data & application integration between systems.
- If you have data technologies that can protect privacy while allowing researchers to draw out valuable demographic trends, the bureau will be interested in your solution.
- Discover more examples in the full Washington Technology article.
Get your product or service in front of the decision makers for the census! At this year’s US Census Bureau’s Data Privacy Day, sponsored by the Census Policy Coordination Office, they’ll be primed for your data privacy conversation. This annual, day-long event provides an agency-wide forum to promote privacy and best practices for data protection. Census Bureau employees attend seminars on data privacy and protection, and seek out the industry exhibitors to identify and discuss solutions to the agency’s data threats.
This is a perfect opportunity for all companies specializing in application integration, security and privacy to exhibit. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet a diverse group of professionals, who are actively searching for products/services that can streamline the census process, while still protecting Americans’ identifying information.
All employees of the Census Bureau are encouraged to attend, so expect 250 or more attendees from all departments within the agency.
Companies with products and services featuring a strong emphasis on data privacy are encouraged to participate.
If you have questions about the logistics of this event ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT please contact the event manager Dave Johnson at (800) 878-2940 ext. 209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call the event manager’s cell phone at (410) 353-5213. Prior to the day of the event please direct any questions to your FBC Account representative.