Location: Keio Mita Campus, East Bldg. 6th Floor, G-SEC Conference Room
Time: June 24, 2016 (Friday) 18:00 to 20:30
会場住所: 慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス東館6F G-SEC Lab カンファレンスルーム
Simultaneous interpretation in Japanese and English will be available.
As always, we are also bringing together an outstanding panel of multi-stakeholder experts coming from different areas of the economy and society in Japan. They will comment on the keynote presentation and provide their own perspectives on the privacy policies in Japan and the region.
Director of the Secretariat for Japan’s Personal Information Protection Commission (PPC)
Kazunori Yamamoto is Counselor of the Secretariat of the Personal Information Protection Commission (PPC). He has worked on industrial, trade and energy issues within the Ministry of Economic, Trade and Industry (METI). Prior to joining the PPC, Counselor Yamamoto has served as Counselor to the National Strategy Office of Information and Communications Technology within the Cabinet Secretariat. His work has led to the establishment of the new framework of personal information protection within Japan as part of its efforts to facilitate the expansion of the Digital Economy within Japan.
Korea University School of Law
Nohyoung Park is the former Dean of Korea University’s School of Law, and the Director of its Cyber Law Centre. He graduated from the College of Law, Korea University (LL.B., 1981), Korea University Graduate School (LL.M., 1983), Harvard Law School (LL.M., 1985), and the University of Cambridge (Ph.D. in International Law, 1990). His main research interests cover international economic law, negotiation and mediation, and cyber security and privacy.
Counsel for International Affairs at the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Michael Panzera is counsel for international consumer protection at the United States Federal Trade Commission, Office of International Affairs, primarily covering matters relating to Asia and Latin America. Prior to joining the Federal Trade Commission, he served as senior trial counsel at the Department of Justice, Civil Division, representing the United States in international trade litigation in the Court of International Trade and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, as well as contract disputes involving Federal agencies before the Court of Federal Claims. Previously, he completed a two-year detail as a Mansfield Fellow in Tokyo, working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry, and the Tokyo High Court.
Co-Chair, Japan-US Internet Economy Private Sector Working Group, Keidanren
Toshinori Kajiura is Senior Researcher at Hitachi – Information & Communications Systems. He is also Chair of the Japan Committee on the Internet Economy Industry Forum at the Japanese Business Federation (Keidanren). Mr. Kajiura is a visiting professor at Tsukuba University and serves as an expert on various working groups within METI, MIC, and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, & Transportation.
Yoshiro Obata began his career with KDD (former KDDI) in ’86, and later as an acceptance testing and global interconnection engineer, subsequently working for their R&D teams, where he designed and developed a second-generation global fax mail system. In 1994, he was assigned as the project manager to start global Internet transit business between the United States and Japan. In 2013, after the acquisition of eAccess by Softbank, he moved to Equinix Japan where he works as a solutions architect. He now serves as the CEO of BizMobile, Inc.
Vice President for International Collaboration, Keio University
Dr. Kokuryo holds an MBA and Ph.D. from Harvard University. As a member of Japan’s IT Strategy Headquarters, Dr. Kokuryo played a key role in Japan’s rapid and highly successful deployment of Internet infrastructure and has been a strong advocate of greater utilization of Internet technologies in areas such as healthcare and disaster preparedness.
He heads the Design Platform Laboratory within the Keio Research Institute.
Founder and President of Lepedium Co. Ltd.
Tatsuya Hayashi is Founder and President of Lepedium K.K, established in 2004 to advance the support of applied research technique methods and prototyping services for software development. From 2009 onwards, he has worked on standardization issues within the W3C and IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force). He has been a leader within the private sector on identity and personal data issues since 2013, working on the advancement of identification technologies as secretariat, and board member at the OpenID Foundation Japan. He is active within the Internet Society (ISOC), ISOC-Japan. Hayashi is currently working on protocols, certification authentication, and other security concepts as related to privacy and personal data.
Professor, Chuo University
Dr. Miyashita is associate professor of law at Chuo University. He was appointed as the first privacy officer for international relations in the Cabinet Office of Japan in 2007, attending the OECD, APEC, APPA and Privacy Commissioner’s meetings as the Japanese delegation. He received a Doctor in Law from Hitotsubashi University and was a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School and CRIDS (Centre de Recherche Information, Droit et Société), University of Namur.
Policy Director, Government Affairs, CISCO Japan
Shuichi Izumo is a public affairs expert specializing in the areas of ICT policy and security issues, currently working as the policy director based in Tokyo, representing Cisco Systems on its public policy discussions in Japan. Before joining Cisco Systems, he worked for Twitter, as partnership team manger working on projects with government and news organizations in use of real-time analyses on Tweet data. He also worked for NHK for more than twenty years from 1989 to 2011, having started his major career as its political affairs correspondent covering security affairs.
Chair, Internet Economy Task Force, American Chamber of Commerce Japan
Yoshitaka Sugihara serves as a Governor of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, and Chair of the Internet Economy Task Force. He studied Political Science at Doshisha University before attending the University of Pennsylvania. In 1994 he served as a researcher at the London School of Economics. He specializes in Information Communications, International Relations, and International Economics, and is a Policy Manager at Google Japan.
Legal and Corporate Affairs, Microsoft Japan
Mari Nakajima joined Microsoft Japan in 2007 and has handled various commercial deals including cloud services, licensing, marketing.
She currently focuses on privacy and security on the cloud services.
Deputy General Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs & Public Policy
Mana Ishijima studied law at Keio University and started her career at Toyota Tsusyo Corporation (former Tomen Corporation). Her interest in the unlimited possibilities of the Internet finally led her to join Yahoo! JAPAN in 2002. She has been engaged in various unique services of Yahoo! JAPAN and many of its significant commercial deals. After serving as a senior manager of the M&A team in the legal department, she was assigned as the Deputy General Counsel in 2015, responsible for corporate legal affairs & public policy.
Head of Public Policy Japan, Facebook
Takuya Yamaguchi is the first officially appointed Head of Public Policy in Facebook Japan since March 2015. Before joining Facebook, he has worked for Google Japan, Cisco Systems Japan, and Microsoft Japan as public policy and Government outreach expert and dealt with broad range of policy issues related to ICT. He also worked as Deputy Director, IT Policy Office, Government of Japan.
Former Asia Region Privacy Officer, HP Inc
Yoshihiro Satoh has mainly focused on information security, not only from the viewpoint of technology, but also from the perspective of IT strategy, especially in enterprise architecture over the past 20 years. Through his consulting for Japanese manufacturing, financial, telecommunications, media and other sectors, as well as for government, he has worked to establish a culture wherein organizations appreciate the critical need for an overall security policy. For the past decade he has also been involved in HP’s own privacy protection measures. In addition, he developed METI’s safeguard guidelines for Japan’s personal information protection law and joined the Cabinet Secretariat orking group tasked with the revisions to Japan’s privacy law.
Executive Director, The Asia Pacific Institute for the Digital Economy (APIDE)
Jim Foster is Executive Director of APIDE, and Professor at Keio University. He is interested in the intersection of technology and policy with a particular focus on how regulatory frameworks impact on innovation and growth. He is also active on global Internet governance issues, especially as they related to privacy, security and competition policy concerns. He is a former Vice President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ) and a founder of the ACCJ Internet Economy Task Force, which supports the US-Japan Internet Economy Dialogue.
He graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1971 and received his Ph.D. in Government from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1980. He is a former US diplomat and worked as Director of Corporate Affairs for Microsoft Corporation in Tokyo.
18:00 | Welcome and Introductions
Jim Foster, Executive Director, APIDE
18:05 | Keynote Presentation: Updates on Implementing Japan’s Privacy Framework
Kazunori Yamamoto, PPC Commission
18:25 | Presentation: US Approaches to Privacy Shield, and FTC Rule-Making on Big Data and IoT
Michael Panzera, US Federal Trade Commission
18:50 | Presentation: Assessing the Korean Personal Information Protection Act: Lessons and Challenges for the Asia-Pacific
Nohyoung Park, Korea University
19:10 | Introduction of Multi-Stakeholder Panel
19:15 | Statements and Questions from Panel on Privacy Developments in Japan
20:00 | Panel Discussion Concludes; Coffee & Networking Opportunity
20:30 | Forum Concludes
Registration has concluded at this time. Thank you for your interest.