In this special LPRC Crimescience: The Weekly Review episode, Peter Trepp, CEO & President of FaceFirst, joins us to give his take on the future of privacy, delving into expectations of privacy, legislation, security, technologies, and more. In addition, co-hosts Dr. Read Hayes, Tom Meehan, and Tony D’Onofrio discuss upcoming LPRC collaborative initiatives, the recent Jacob Blake incident, digital risk protection, Microsoft’s Zero Trust security, ransomware, D&D’s crime report, and the global retail data.
Peter Trepp is a technology executive, investor, advisor, and thought leader. He is currently the CEO of FaceFirst, a recognized leader in the facial recognition market that provides AI-enabled identity solutions to commercial and government organizations around the world. Peter has nearly $1B of exits in his career having helped numerous software companies achieve successful exits as a co-founder, executive and board member including CSC’s acquisition of ServiceMesh, BlackLine’s sale to Silver Lake Sumeru, and RedHat’s acquisition of Inktank. Peter’s thought leadership on AI, technology, and matters of privacy have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, WIRED Magazine, CNBC, New York Times, Forbes and elsewhere. He is working with Senators on Capitol Hill to help craft upcoming legislation on facial recognition and works closely with numerous Fortune 100 companies to develop corporate privacy policies. Peter is widely regarded as an expert on privacy and is the author of the book, “The New Rules of Consumer Privacy”. Peter earned his MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and BS degree in Economics from UC Irvine.
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