Golden Frog is a global service provider committed to developing applications and services that preserve an open and secure Internet while respecting user privacy. Its founders are Internet veterans who have owned and operated Internet businesses since the dawn of the public Internet in 1994 and are the creators of VyprVPN and Dump Truck.
VyprVPN is a secure, personal VPN service that offers end-to-end encryption for online privacy, security and freedom with apps optimized for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. Dump Truck. is a secure online storage solution that stores three copies of every file using 256-bit AES encryption to deliver the highest levels of privacy and security. Golden Frog writes 100% of its server software, manages its own network, and owns the hardware enabling them to deliver the fastest speeds and highest levels of security for their services.
When: Friday, June 13th, 1-5pm
"Online Privacy" and "Internet Freedom" are at the top-of-mind for many because of the constant new revelations about government surveillance, and massive data collection by corporations. Golden Frog is pleased to welcome a very distinguished panel that will examine the current state of online privacy, what simple steps citizens can take to protect themselves and where government legislation is heading in the "NSA era."
|Ron Yokubaitis, Co-CEO of Golden Frog
Ron Yokubaitis is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of tech companies: Golden Frog, Giganews, Data Foundry and Texas.net. Golden Frog was created to develop services that give people the ability to protect themselves online and access an uncensored Internet.
|W. Scott McCollough, Principal at McCollough|Henry PC
W. Scott McCollough is an attorney whose practice focuses on telecommunications, Internet law, and economic regulation. He represents the interests of consumers, competitive communication companies, and technology application or service providers.
|Scott Henson, Policy Director at Innocence Project of Texas
Scott Henson is a political consultant who has worked on Texas criminal justice policy for twenty years. He writes a widely read blog at gritsforbreakfast.org and is a co-founder of the Texas Electronic Privacy Coalition.
|Brian Hauss, Legal Fellow at ACLU
Brian Hauss is a legal fellow with the ACLU's Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. At the ACLU, he has worked on a wide variety of free speech and privacy litigation, including challenges to the government's use of location tracking technology, the suspicionless search of electronic devices at the international border, and the compelled disclosure of an internet service provider's private encryption keys.
|Justin Freeman, Corporate Counsel, Rackspce
Justin Freeman is Corporate Counsel at Rackspace Hosting. With expertise in both the legal and technical areas of the rapidly expanding field of cloud computing law, Justin primarily represents Rackspace Hosting in technically complex enterprise transaction agreements (with a focus on Rackspace's OpenStack portfolio), data privacy and compliance matters, legal review of product development efforts, and public policy matters with a focus on intellectual property, security and privacy issues.
Golden Frog will discuss its easy-to-use services for online privacy and security, which help ordinary people "Fight for a Private and Open Internet."
|Michael Douglass, CTO at Golden Frog
Michael Douglass is Golden Frog's CTO. Douglass, a 19 year veteran of the company, is responsible for developing Golden Frog's overall technology, driving cross-company engineering initiatives, and overseeing Golden Frog's product roadmap for online privacy solutions.
Stop by booth location #4 to say hi and discuss career opportunities with Golden Frog engineers.