Stephen Barker – Practical Privacy, Sane Security

Stephen Barker – Practical Privacy, Sane Security

Modern life is all about convenience. But that convenience comes at a cost. Attendees will learn ways in which their privacy is being invaded without their knowledge or consent as well as practical methods of protecting themselves and regaining some control over what information they unwittingly share. Areas of concentration will mostly focus on social and work protocols though some time will be given to exploring the realms of Paranoid Privacy & Psycho Security.

Stephen Barker began programming computers for fun as far back as 1982, but his passion has been in providing cost-effective excellence to web and interactive multimedia clients since 2007. Stephen is the moving force behind most of the technical aspects of Digital Frontiers‘ work. Named one of 2010’s “25 People to Watch” in the July issue of Biz941 magazine, Stephen holds a Master’s degree from 2006 for his work in Augmented Reality (AR) and Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) and has over five years of experience in these technologies along with building physical computing systems using sensors, video analysis, servos, and other novel input-output devices.

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April 11, 2017