Experts discuss security, privacy and fashion trends for wearables at CES 2015

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On the CNET stage at CES 2015, Jeff Jenkins (COO of APX Labs), Dan Ledger (Principal with Endeavour Partners) and Ayse Ildeniz (VP of Intel's new devices group) talked with TechRepublic about wearable tech trends, security, and privacy.

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From smart watches and fitness trackers to wrist-worn baby monitors and smart glasses, wearable technology was one of the hottest tech categories at CES 2015. And, I got a chance to sit down with a panel of experts to talk about the future of wearables, how fashion will be a key driver of wearable designs, and the new security and privacy challenges these go-anywhere devices are creating.

You can watch the entire interview on TechRepublic's (our sister site) YouTube channel.

About the experts

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Jeff Jenkins - Chief Operating Officer, APX Labs: A software engineer by trade, Jeff brings to bear experience gained in the architecture and development of enterprise-class software for Fortune 500 businesses to attack the challenges faced by APX Labs as it grows.

Dan Ledger - Principal, Endeavour Partners: Dan leads the wearables practice for Endeavour Partners, a boutique technology and strategy consulting firm. Dan has advised numerous wearables startups, larger service providers, and OEMs on product definition, service design, ecosystem strategy, and go-to-market planning.

Ayse Ildeniz - Vice President of the new devices group and general manager of strategy and business development at Intel: Ayse Ildeniz leads a team whose mission is to define future silicon features, products and business models which will help Intel imagine and create groundbreaking future technologies.

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