Patents by Inventor Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 10726158
    Abstract: An automated process blocking system may be configured to automatically block one or more processes based on received user consent data. For example, a particular data subject may provide consent for an entity to process particular data associated with the data subject for one or more particular purposes. The system may be configured to: (1) determine that one or more entity systems are processing one or more pieces of personal data associated with a data subject; (2) identify at least one process for which the one or more pieces of personal data are being processed; (3) determine, using a consent receipt management system, whether the data subject has provided consent for the processing of the one or more pieces of personal data for the at least one process; and (4) in response to determining that the data subject has not provided valid consent, automatically blocking the processing.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 4, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 28, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Casey Hill, Kevin Jones, Richard A. Beaumont
  • Publication number: 20200233976
    Abstract: A privacy management system that is configured to process one or more data subject access requests and further configured to: (1) enable a data protection officer to submit an audit request; (2) perform an audit based on one or more parameters provided as part of the request (e.g., one or more parameters such as how long an average request takes to fulfill, one or more parameters related to logging and/or tracking data subject access requests and/or complaints from one or more particular customer advocacy groups, individuals, NGOs, etc.); and (3) provide one or more audit results to the officer (e.g., by displaying the results on a suitable display screen).
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 6, 2020
    Publication date: July 23, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Jonathan Blake Brannon, Jason L. Sabourin, Mihir S. Karanjkar, Kevin Jones, Richard A. Beaumont
  • Publication number: 20200226286
    Abstract: In particular embodiments, a Personal Data Deletion System is configured to: (1) at least partially automatically identify and delete personal data that an entity is required to erase under one or more of the conditions discussed above; and (2) perform one or more data tests after the deletion to confirm that the system has, in fact, deleted any personal data associated with the data subject. The system may, for example, be configured to test to ensure the data has been deleted by: (1) submitting a unique token of data through a form to a system; (2) in response to passage of an expected data retention time, test the system by calling into the system after the passage of the data retention time to search for the unique token.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 30, 2020
    Publication date: July 16, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Kevin Jones, Dylan D. Patton-Kuhl, Bryan Patrick Kveen, Nicholas Ian Pavlichek, Eliza Rose Crawford
  • Publication number: 20200226196
    Abstract: In various embodiments, a system may be configured to analyze data for a particular consent capture point to identify a change in consent capture rate from the capture point. The system may, for example, be configured to automatically detect that the system has stopped receiving consent records from a particular capture point. In such embodiments, the system may be configured to generate an alert, and transmit the alert to any suitable individual (e.g., privacy team member, IT department member, etc.) regarding the capture point. The system may, for example, enable an entity to identify one or more capture points that may have become non-functional (e.g., as a result of one or more changes to the capture point).
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 27, 2020
    Publication date: July 16, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Casey Hill, Kevin Jones, Richard A. Beaumont
  • Patent number: 10713387
    Abstract: In particular embodiments, a consent conversion optimization system is configured to test two or more test consent interfaces against one another to determine which of the two or more consent interfaces results in a higher conversion percentage (e.g., to determine which of the two or more interfaces lead to a higher number of end users and/or data subjects providing a requested level of consent for the creation, storage and use or cookies by a particular website). The system may, for example, analyze end user interaction with each particular test consent interface to determine which of the two or more user interfaces: (1) result in a higher incidence of a desired level of provided consent; (2) are easier to use by the end users and/or data subjects (e.g., take less time to complete, require a fewer number of clicks, etc.); (3) etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 4, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 14, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Casey Hill, Kevin Jones, Richard A. Beaumont
  • Publication number: 20200218096
    Abstract: A head worn display can be designed with an integrated camera for obtaining an image of a scene, transmitting the obtained image to a processor, modification of the image in substantially real time by the processor, and displaying the modified image on a display device worn by the individual. According to embodiments of the invention various methods are provided for adjusting the position of the displayed video in the horizontal left/right, vertical up/down, and horizontal in/out, and angular up/down dimensions relative to the individual's eyes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 18, 2020
    Publication date: July 9, 2020
    Inventors: ROBERT HILKES, FRANK JONES, KEVIN RANKIN
  • Publication number: 20200218827
    Abstract: A data processing central consent repository system may be configured to, for example: (1) identify a form used to collect one or more pieces of personal data, (2) determine a data asset of a plurality of data assets of the organization where input data of the form is transmitted, (3) add the data asset to the third-party data repository with an electronic link to the form, (4) in response to a user submitting the form, create a unique subject identifier to submit to the third-party data repository and, along with the form data provided by the user in the form, to the data asset, (5) submit the unique subject identifier and the form data provided by the user to the third-party data repository and the data asset, and (6) digitally store the unique subject identifier and the form data in the third-party data repository and the data asset.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 16, 2020
    Publication date: July 9, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Kevin Jones, Dylan D. Patton-Kuhl, Bryan Patrick Kveen, Nicholas Ian Pavlichek, Eliza Rose Crawford
  • Publication number: 20200218828
    Abstract: In various embodiments, a Data Model Adaptive Execution System may be configured to take one or more suitable actions to remediate an identified risk in view of one or more regulations (e.g., one or more legal regulations, one or more binding corporate rules, etc.). For example, in order to ensure compliance with one or more standards related to the collection and/or storage of personal data, an entity may be required to modify one or more aspects of a way in which the entity collects, stores, and/or otherwise processes personal data (e.g., in response to a change in a legal or other requirement). In order to identify whether a particular change or other risk trigger requires remediation, the system may be configured to assess a relevance of the risk posed by the risk and identify one or more processing activities or data assets that may be affected by the risk.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 23, 2020
    Publication date: July 9, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Mihir S. Karanjkar, Steven W. Finch, Ken A. Browne, Nathan W. Heard, Aakash H. Patel, Jason L. Sabourin, Richard L. Daniel, Dylan D. Patton-Kuhl, Kevin Jones, Jonathan Blake Brannon
  • Publication number: 20200220901
    Abstract: In particular embodiments, a Cross-Border Visualization Generation System is configured to: (1) identify one or more data assets associated with a particular entity; (2) analyze the one or more data assets to identify one or more data elements stored in the identified one or more data assets; (3) define a plurality of physical locations and identify, for each of the identified one or more data assets, a respective particular physical location of the plurality of physical locations; (4) analyze the identified one or more data elements to determine one or more data transfers between the one or more data systems in different particular physical locations; (5) determine one or more regulations that relate to the one or more data transfers; and (6) generate a visual representation of the one or more data transfers based at least in part on the one or more regulations.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 16, 2020
    Publication date: July 9, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Mihir S. Karanjkar, Steven W. Finch, Ken A. Browne, Nathan W. Heard, Aakash H. Patel, Jason L. Sabourin, Richard L. Daniel, Dylan D. Patton-Kuhl, Kevin Jones, Jonathan Blake Brannon
  • Patent number: 10706379
    Abstract: A Data Processing Risk Remediation System may be configured to: (1) access risk remediation data for an entity that identifies suitable action(s) to remediate a risk in response to identifying one or more data assets of the entity that may be affected by potential risk trigger(s); (2) receive an indication of an update to the one or more data assets; (3) identify one or more updated risk triggers for the entity; (4) analyze the one or more potential updated risk triggers to determine a relevance of a risk posed to the entity by the one or more updated risk triggers; (5) use one or more data modeling techniques to identify one or more data assets associated with the entity that may be affected by the risk; and (6) update the risk remediation data to include the one or more actions to remediate the risk.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 6, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 7, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Kevin Jones, Dylan D. Patton-Kuhl, Bryan Patrick Kveen, Nicholas Ian Pavlichek, Eliza Rose Crawford
  • Patent number: 10706174
    Abstract: In various embodiments, a data subject request fulfillment system may be adapted to prioritize the processing of data subject access requests based on metadata of the data subject access request. For example, the system may be adapted for: (1) in response to receiving a data subject access request, obtaining metadata regarding the location from which the data subject access request is being made; (2) using the metadata to determine whether a priority of the data subject access request should be adjusted based on the obtained metadata; and (3) in response to determining that the priority of the data subject access request should be adjusted based on the obtained metadata, adjusting the priority of the data subject access request.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 16, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 7, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Jason L. Sabourin, Jonathan Blake Brannon, Mihir S. Karanjkar, Kevin Jones
  • Patent number: 10705801
    Abstract: In particular embodiments, a computer-implemented data processing method for responding to a data subject access request comprises: (A) receiving a data subject access request from a requestor comprising one or more request parameters; (B) validating an identity of the requestor by prompting the requestor to identify information associated with the requestor; (C) in response to validating the identity of the requestor, processing the request by identifying one or more pieces of personal data associated with the requestor, the one or more pieces of personal data being stored in one or more data repositories associated with a particular organization; and (D) taking one or more actions based at least in part on the data subject access request, the one or more actions including one or more actions related to the one or more pieces of personal data.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 14, 2020
    Date of Patent: July 7, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Jason L. Sabourin, Jonathan Blake Brannon, Mihir S. Karanjkar, Kevin Jones
  • Patent number: 10706176
    Abstract: In various embodiments, a Consent Refresh, Re-Prompt, and Recapture System is configured to interface with a Consent Receipt Management System in order to, for example: (1) monitor previously provided consent by one or more data subjects that may be subject to future expiration; (2) monitor a data subject's activity to anticipate the data subject attempting an activity that may require a level of consent (e.g., for the processing of particular data subject data) that is higher than the system has received; and/or (3) identify other changes in circumstances or triggering events for a data subject that may warrant a refresh or recapture (e.g., or attempted capture) of a particular required consent (e.g., required to enable an entity to properly or legally execute a transaction with a data subject). The system may then be configured to automatically refresh, re-prompt for, and/or recapture consent as necessary.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 4, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 7, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Casey Hill, Kevin Jones, Richard A. Beaumont
  • Patent number: 10708305
    Abstract: A data processing system, according to various embodiments, may receive a data subject access request that includes a request to delete personal data of a particular data subject, modify personal data of the data subject, and/or provide personal data of the data subject. At least partially in response to receiving the data subject access request, the system may determine whether the data subject access request was initiated by an automated source. At least partially in response to determining that the data subject access request was initiated by an automated source, the system may automatically take at least one action to have the data subject access request reinitiated by a human source. At least partially in response to determining that the data subject access request was initiated by a human, the system may automatically facilitate the fulfillment of the data subject access request.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 9, 2019
    Date of Patent: July 7, 2020
    Assignee: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Jonathan Blake Brannon, Kevin Jones, Bryan Patrick Kveen, Priya Malhotra, Jason L. Sabourin
  • Publication number: 20200210500
    Abstract: Various Data Subject Access Request (DSAR) processing systems are adapted for presenting a first webform on a first web site, the first webform being adapted to receive DSAR's and to route the requests to a first designated individual for processing; presenting a second webform on a second web site, the second webform being adapted to receive DSAR's and to route the requests to a second designated individual for processing; receiving, via the first webform, a first DSAR; at least partially in response to the receiving the first DSAR, automatically routing the first DSAR to the first designated individual for handling; receiving, via the second webform, a second DSAR; at least partially in response to the receiving the second DSAR, automatically routing the second DSAR to the second designated individual for handling; and communicating a status of both the first DSAR and the second DSAR via a single user interface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 9, 2020
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Kabir A. Barday, Jason L. Sabourin, Jonathan Blake Brannon, Mihir S. Karanjkar, Kevin Jones
  • Publication number: 20200210622
    Abstract: In particular embodiments, an Orphaned Data Action System is configured to analyze one or more data systems (e.g., data assets), identify one or more pieces of personal data that are one or more pieces of personal data that are not associated with one or more privacy campaigns of the particular organization, and notify one or more individuals of the particular organization of the one or more pieces of personal data that are one or more pieces of personal data that are not associated with one or more privacy campaigns of the particular organization.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 9, 2020
    Publication date: July 2, 2020
    Applicant: OneTrust, LLC
    Inventors: Jonathan Blake Brannon, Kevin Jones, Dylan D. Patton-Kuhl, Bryan Patrick Kveen, Nicholas Ian Pavlichek, Eliza Rose Crawford
  • Patent number: 10697181
    Abstract: A roof edging system that includes a base anchor, a fascia cover, and a compression system that is used to provide compression thereby, allowing the fascia cover to snap into place on the base anchor.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 17, 2019
    Date of Patent: June 30, 2020
    Assignee: Barnes Group Inc.
    Inventors: Kevin Arnold, Thomas G. Diamond, Randy Hensley, George Jones, Travis Donald Lord, Zachary Michael Wahl, Frank V. Resso
  • Publication number: 20200204119
    Abstract: Embodiments of RF amplifiers and RF amplifier devices include a transistor, a multiple-section bandpass filter circuit, and a harmonic termination circuit. The bandpass filter circuit includes a first connection node coupled to the amplifier input, a first inductive element coupled between the first connection node and a ground reference node, a first capacitance coupled between the first connection node and a second connection node, a second capacitance coupled between the second connection node and the ground reference node, and a second inductive element coupled between the second connection node and the transistor input. The harmonic termination circuit includes a third inductive element and a third capacitance connected in series between the transistor input and the ground reference node. The harmonic termination circuit resonates at a harmonic frequency of a fundamental frequency of operation of the RF amplifier.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 21, 2018
    Publication date: June 25, 2020
    Inventors: Jeffrey Spencer Roberts, Ning Zhu, Damon G. Holmes, Jeffrey Kevin Jones
  • Publication number: 20200203294
    Abstract: An embodiment of a module (e.g., an amplifier module) includes a substrate, a transmission line, and a ground plane height variation structure. The substrate is formed from a plurality of dielectric material layers, and has a mounting surface and a second surface opposite the mounting surface. A plurality of non-overlapping zones is defined at the mounting surface. The transmission line is coupled to the substrate and is located within a first zone of the plurality of non-overlapping zones. The ground plane height variation structure extends from the second surface into the substrate within the first zone. The ground plane height variation structure underlies the transmission line, a portion of the substrate is present between the upper boundary and the transmission line, and the ground plane height variation structure includes a conductive path between an upper boundary of the ground plane height variation structure and the second surface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 28, 2020
    Publication date: June 25, 2020
    Inventors: Yu-Ting David Wu, Enver Krvavac, Jeffrey Kevin Jones
  • Patent number: 10692233
    Abstract: One variation of method includes: serving setup frames to a projector facing a scene; at a peripheral control module comprising a camera facing the scene, recording a set of images during projection of corresponding setup frames onto the scene by the projector and a baseline image depicting the scene in the field of view of the camera; calculating a pixel correspondence map based on the set of images and the setup frames; transforming the baseline image into a corrected color image—depicting the scene in the field of view of the camera—based on the pixel correspondence map; linking visual assets to discrete regions in the corrected color image; generating augmented reality frames depicting the visual assets aligned with these discrete regions; and serving the augmented reality frames to the projector to cast depictions of the visual assets onto surfaces, in the scene, corresponding to these discrete regions.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 20, 2019
    Date of Patent: June 23, 2020
    Assignee: Lightform, Inc.
    Inventors: Kevin Karsch, Rajinder Sodhi, Brett Jones, Pulkit Budhiraja, Phil Reyneri, Douglas Rieck, Andrew Kilkenny, Ehsan Noursalehi, Derek Nedelman, Laura LaPerche, Brittany Factura