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Silicon Valley Chapter Meeting
Adobe Systems - San Jose
345 Park Ave
San Jose, CA 95110
Thursday, April 11, 2019, 10:00 AM PDT
Category: Chapter Meeting

Adobe Systems -San Jose, will be hosting our April 11th, 10 AM meeting. The speaker will be announced soon. 

Come to Adobe's East Tower building at 321 Park Avenue, San Jose, 95110. Parking is extremely limited and on a first-come basis. A covered parking structure is available just down the block for a fee, Cityview Plaza at 193 Park Avenue (near Scott's Seafood).

Please RSVP before or by Wednesday, April 10th, at 3 pm so we can have your names at the Lobby and your badges ready. If you do not RSVP, you will have to wait for a host to respond to Security to check you in (save yourself the time and RSVP just in case!).

We will only have an escort until 10:15 am, so if you arrive past this time, we won't be able to get you to the meeting room. Adobe's 'campus' is uniquely spread out across three different towers. Our meeting is in a different tower from where you check-in.

We'll be taking anyone who is interested in a shopping (or window shopping) excursion through the Adobe Store after the meeting, so bring your wallet.

We have two speakers lined up with unique backgrounds and experience in the areas of cybercrime, software piracy, and intellectual property/copyright/trademark cases. Of particular interest to our HTCIA group, each speaker has a deep appreciation for and knowledge of the importance of intelligence in data and machine learning in these types of cases.

  • Louis P. Feuchtbaum is a partner with San Francisco-based law firm, Sideman Bancroft.
  • Michael Draper is the Head of Fraud Prevention and Investigations of Adobe's Digital Media Group.

They'll each share their own stories from the field and as time allows, we'll delve into some challenges in the legal landscape of piracy and cybercrime.

Please join us for what will surely be a fun and interesting morning!

Cynthia Navarro

Contact: Cynthia Navarro, President Silicon Valley HTCIA, [email protected]