While the Supreme Court has taken some heat in the past for seeming to misunderstand technology and how it impacts the normal person’s life, with Riley v. California the Court demonstrated not only an unexpected fluency with how mobile phone technology has evolved, but also with how it has caused our daily sphere of privacy expectations to evolve. Just like when the police want to rifle through your house, when they want to go through your phone, the Chief Justice makes it very simple – get a warrant.

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John Tomaszewski specializes in emerging technology and its application to business. His primary focus has been developing trust models to enable new and disruptive technologies and businesses to thrive. In the “Information Age”, management needs to have good advice and counsel on how…

John Tomaszewski specializes in emerging technology and its application to business. His primary focus has been developing trust models to enable new and disruptive technologies and businesses to thrive. In the “Information Age”, management needs to have good advice and counsel on how to protect the capital asset which heretofore has been left to the IT specialists – its data.

John’s expertise in the understanding of a company’s data protection and management needs provide a specialized point of view which allows for holistic solutions. A good answer should always solve at least three problems.

John has been a co-author of several information security and privacy publications, including the PKI Assessment Guidelines and Privacy, Security and Information Management: An Overview; as well as publishing scholarly works of his own on the topic. He has also provided input to the drafting of various security and privacy laws around the world; including the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules system. He is a frequent speaker globally on the topics of cloud computing, Self Regulatory Organizations (“SROs”), cross-border privacy schemes, and secure e-commerce.