|California - CA||9 years|
|Utah - UT||15 years|
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With technology industry experience combined with legal and business education, Ben has a unique perspective enabling him to work with groups to produce results that make sense in the risk, legal, business and product realms.
Ben Holt is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on privacy, risk, patent prosecution and intellectual property. He advises Fortune 500 companies, mid-size companies, foreign entities and start-ups on cutting edge privacy risks, becoming GDPR compliant, responses to the office for civil rights, global patent prosecution and portfolio strategy including US and foreign applications. On a pro bono basis, Ben has acted as an "outside general counsel" for an international foundation seeking to cure Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia.
As a privacy attorney, Ben's focus is on helping companies become compliant with the changing privacy landscape (including GDPR & California Consumer Privacy Act) and finding the value in their data while minimizing risk and disruption. By helping stakeholders focus on what brings value to the table (compliance, data, partners, etc.), Ben helps companies shed risk and costs while avoiding a substantial increase in business process slow-down.
As a patent attorney, Ben’s work has included cloud computing solutions, video games, digital fingerprinting and secure computing technologies - including platform technologies including storage, advertising, computing, access control and security.
Ben was formerly a project lead and embedded engineer in Salt Lake City. He gave two BOF presentations at JavaOne. Ben also enjoys programming, hacking items to increase functionality and teaching kids (business, programming, robotics and hacking).
Specialties: GDPR, California Consumer Privacy Act, privacy, hacking, cloud hardware, cloud software, distributed computing, medical devices, storage algorithms, emulation, embedded hardware, digital fingerprinting, java, ruby, linux and business administration.