Mitch Stoltz, Electronic Frontier Foundation

November 8, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Mitch Stoltz
Staff Attorney
Electronic Frontier Foundation

Mitch Singer, Sony Pictures Entertainment

November 8, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Mitch Singer
Chief Digital Strategy Officer
Sony Pictures Entertainment

Wynn Rees, Twentieth Century Fox

November 8, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Wynn Rees
Vice President, Content Security
Twentieth Century Fox

Wynn Rees is the Vice President of Content Security at Twentieth Century Fox in LA. He is an attorney and, until starting his current role at Fox, specialized in cross-border intellectual property litigation in Australia and Europe. He is now responsible for pre-release security at Fox, which involves preventing leaks of Fox’s films and TV shows prior to their scheduled release dates.

Lawrence Low, Irdeto

November 7, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Lawrence Low
Head of Regional Studio Sales
Irdeto


Lawrence joined Irdeto in 2012 through the acquisition of BayTSP. He is responsible for business development, sales and account management activities at Irdeto for the studios and the Irdeto Intelligence product line. Lawrence has advised clients for over eight years on content protection strategies and developed programs to implement these solutions and he has also been responsible for positions in product management and production operations. He has held senior positions in a number of technology companies including a developer of cross-lingual contextual search and a mobile content technology provider which have provided him with the opportunity to work with clients and partners worldwide. Lawrence holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley and a BCom/LLB from the University of New South Wales in Australia.

Michael Smith, Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College and Tepper School of Business

October 8, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Michael Smith
Professor of Information Technology and Marketing
Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz College and Tepper School of Business

Michael D. Smith is a Professor of Information Technology and Marketing at Carnegie Mellon University. He received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering (summa cum laude) and his Masters of Science in Telecommunications Science from the University of Maryland, and received his Ph.D. in Management Science and Information Technology from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

Professor Smith’s research uses economic and statistical techniques to analyze firm and consumer behavior in online markets — specifically markets for digital information and digital media products. His research in this area has been published in leading Management Science, Economics, and Marketing journals and covered by professional journals including The Harvard Business Review and The Sloan Management Review and press outlets including The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Wired and Business Week.

Professor Smith has received several awards for his teaching and research including the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER Research Award, the 2009 and 2004 Best Teacher Awards in Carnegie Mellon’s Masters of Information Systems Management program, the best published paper award runner-up for Information Systems Research in 2006, and best paper nominations at the International Conference on Information Systems and the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences. He was also recently selected as one of the top 100 “emerging engineering leaders in the United States” by the National Academy of Engineering. Professor Smith currently serves as a Senior Editor at Information Systems Research, and has previously served as an Associate Editor at Management Science and Management Information Systems Quarterly.

Prior to receiving his Ph.D., Professor Smith worked extensively in the telecommunications and information systems industries, first with GTE in their laboratories, telecommunications, and satellite business units and subsequently with Booz Allen and Hamilton as a member of their telecommunications client service team. While with GTE, Professor Smith was awarded a patent for research applying fuzzy logic and artificial intelligence techniques to the design and operation of telecommunications networks

Brad Hunt, Digital Media Directions

October 8, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Brad Hunt
President
Digital Media Directions

Brad Hunt is President of Digital Media Directions and a digital media consultant working with clients in the consumer electronics, computer, television, and motion picture industries. His consulting has involved work in digital rights management, online content distribution, content fingerprinting & watermarking, high-definition DVD managed copying, PCTV, home media servers, digital mobile TV broadcasting, and 3-D home video.
Previous to Digital media Directions, Brad was the EVP & Chief Technology Officer for the Motion Picture Association of America. At the MPAA, he worked closely with the six major studios on content protection and anti-piracy initiatives and policymaking. Prior to the MPAA, he held the position of President & CEO of Cintel Inc., a manufacturer of digital film post-production hardware and software. Prior to Cintel, he was the SVP of Technology for All Post Inc., a Los Angeles based video post house where he established one of the first DVD authoring and MPEG compression facilities in the U.S. He also had a long career at the Eastman Kodak Company where he held jobs in research & development, marketing, international sales, and strategic planning and was responsible for launching Kodak’s Digital Motion Imaging Division.
Mr. Hunt has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. degree from the William E. Simon Graduate Business School at the University of Rochester. He is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and a Fellow of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.

Aaron Moss, Greenberg Glusker

October 4, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Aaron Moss
Attorney
Greenberg Glusker

Aaron Moss handles a variety of entertainment litigation, intellectual property and general commercial matters, specializing in protecting the rights of owners and users of creative works. He litigates high-profile copyright infringement actions for both plaintiffs and defendants, including studios, independent distributors, production companies, video game publishers, technology firms and individuals. He also counsels clients on all aspects of copyright law, including chain of title and clearance reviews, ownership transfers, license termination, copyright preemption, fair use, music sampling and internet piracy. Mr. Moss has particularly extensive experience with the Copyright Act’s statutory termination provisions, and has litigated cases involving numerous entertainment properties when authors’ heirs have sought to recapture copyrights under these statutes. He has also served as both an expert witness and a media commentator on copyright related matters.

Mr. Moss was named by the Daily Journal as one of the “Top 20 Under 40” attorneys in California in its 2011 report. He has also been honored by the publication as one of the “Top 75 IP Litigators in California” on three separate occasions, and was named among the city’s top IP attorneys in Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of 40 Angelenos to Know in Intellectual Property Law.

Devendra Mishra, HITS and MESA

October 4, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Devendra Mishra
Executive Director, HITS
Chief Strategist, MESA

Devendra has been the president and COO of such companies as, LIVE Entertainment, VCL-Carolco, Lieberman Enterprises, Technicolor Worldwide Media and Distribution, Strawberries Records and Tapes, International Multifoods, Stan lee Media, etc.

At RCA Records, as the Vice President of Worldwide Manufacturing and Distribution, he implemented the revolutionary Hits and Catalog distribution, which became the hallmark of the industry. As president of worldwide new media and distribution services at Technicolor, Mishra strategically developed and launched Technicolor Entertainment Services and also engineered and put into production its first optical media manufacturing facility.

A professor of Decision Sciences at Pepperdine University, he is recognized as an eminent thinker and practitioner of supply chain management.

James Dunkleberger, Microsoft

October 4, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

James Dunkelberger
General Manager, Worldwide Product Release & Security Services
Microsoft

James Dunkelberger is currently the General Manager of Microsoft’s world-wide Product Release and Security Services team which is responsible for many aspects of Microsoft’s IP protection strategy. He has worked at Microsoft for the last 15 years holding roles in Operations Management, IT, and Product Development. For the last seven years he has been working in various aspects of product security including physical protection of IP both internal to the company and in the supply chain, anti-counterfeiting technologies and strategies, product quality controls, and product activation investigations/enforcement.

Bob Eicholz, Deluxe

October 4, 2012 · Posted in Speaker Bios · Comments Off 

Bob Eicholz
Senior Vice President of IT Architecture & Security
Deluxe

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