An Intro to Race and Technology, Data & Law

  • 17 Dec 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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An Intro to Race and Technology, Data & Law CLE

Technology, Data and Algorithms are increasingly having a bigger impact on society. Society has been taught to genuflect before the altar of high tech and revere it for its so-called objectivity in efficiently addressing issues. The objective status of technology, data, and algorithms is only now starting to be questioned. Often simple questions are not asked, what is the need of the technology, is better than the current solution, does it make things worse, does it incorporate present inequities into it?

This CLE explores issues surrounding technology, data and law and their impact on underrepresented, marginalized and vulnerable populations. This CLE will explore from a technical, social and legal perspective. This an introductory CLE to this topical subject and solutions.


Presenter Biography - D. Marty Esquibel

Mr. Esquibel is a Data Protection Professional and has worked as a compliance officer and a technical auditor. He currently is the HIPAA Privacy and Security Officer at the Colorado Department of Human Services.

Prior to joining CDHS, he was the Privacy Officer for Colorado Children’s Hospital in the Information Security Department. He specializes in data, privacy/security and law and its impact on minors, minorities and marginalized communities. Mr. Esquibelhas presented and developed tools in this area. Is a member of the GIAC Advisory Board and several state technology/data boards. and an IAPP Fellow of Information Privacy. He also received honor status on his GIAC Information Security Fundamental Certification (GISF). Mr. Esquibel holds other privacy, information security, and technology certifications, including CIPP/E, CIPP/G, CIPT, CIPM, Certified HIPAA Professional, Certified Security Compliance Specialist, and ITIL Foundation Certification.

Mr. Esquibel has a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Engineering from Stanford University and a law degree from the University of Denver.


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