On Monday February 13 2017 the Christian Science Monitor Passcode presented a session of Bug bounty lightning talks at Uber in San Francisco – an “intimate gathering” designed to give attendees a behind-the-scenes look at the fast-growing bug bounty marketplace. Speakers: Cory Scott, CISO, LinkedIn; Katie Moussouris, CEO, Luta Security; Lisa Wiswell, Department of Defense/Defense Digital Service; David Linsky, Principal, Technology Security, AT&T; Luke Young, Security Researcher; Mack Staples, Senior Manager, Red Team, Zenefits; Justin Calmus, Vice President of Hacker Success, HackerOne; Robert Fletcher, Engineering Manager & Bug Bounty Program Lead, Uber.
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Today, Wednesday December 14 2016 at 8am ET the Christians Science Monitor Passcode will present Global Cybersecurity in 2017 in Washington DC. A panel will explore the best ideas for how nations can effectively work together to improve cybersecurity, hear about emerging threats that demand the world’s attention, and discover the latest approaches for outsmarting criminal hackers. Speakers: Dr. David Brumley, Director, CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University; John Nicholson, First Secretary, Cyber Policy, British Embassy; Robert G. Sheldon, Director for Emerging Threats, BENS; Cris Thomas, Strategist, Tenable Network Security. Moderator: Sara Sorcher, Deputy Editor, Passcode. The session will webcast live on the CSM YouTube Channel.
What: Global Cybersecurity in 2017
Where: Washington, DC
When: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. (13:00-14:30 UTC)