Using the blockchain to restore online privacy | Steve Shillingford | TEDxSaltLakeCity


“We play fast and loose with our online identity in ways we would never do when face to face with a stranger. Privacy expert Steve Shillingford says blockchain can close the gap.

About the speaker:
Steve Shillingford is an entrepreneur, technologist, and cybersecurity expert.” Steve Shillingford is an entrepreneur, technologist and cyber security expert. He is Founder and CEO of Anonyome Labs, maker of MySudo. A reformed data miner, Steve is a staunch consumer privacy advocate with more than 25 years of experience driving innovation and growth at industry-leading technology companies.

Prior to founding Anonyome Labs in 2014, Steve served as President and CEO of Solera Networks, which was instrumental in defending enterprise and government organizations against zero-day attacks and advanced persistent threats.

Steve has a B.S. in Psychology with Honors from Brigham Young University and MBAs from Columbia University Business School and University of California at Berkeley.

As an industry expert on data mining, cybersecurity and identity management, Steve has appeared on CNN, Fox News, and the Kim Komando show, where he speaks about privacy, big data, advanced threat protection, and security intelligence and analytics. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at


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