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CYBERINSECURITY - Agenda
May 6–7, 2010 in Washington, D.C.


Wednesday, May 5
7:00 pm
Welcome Reception and Buffet Dinner

Thursday, May 6
7:30 am

Breakfast

8:30 am
Conference Welcome
8:40 am
Conference Overview
Eric Haseltine, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board
9:00 am

Cyberwarfare: The New WMD?
John Negroponte, Former Director, National Intelligence

9:20 am

Cyber Insider Threats in the Financial Sector
Marisa Randazzo, President, Threat Assessment Resources International

9:50 am

Tales of Cyber Espionage
Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer, F-Secure

10:30 am
Break
11:00 am

Espionage, Repression, and Assassination: The Multimodal State of Cyberconflict in 2010
Jeffrey Carr, Chief Executive Officer, GreyLogic

11:30 am

How to Live and Prosper with an Insecure Cyberinfrastructure
Andrew Odlyzko, Professor, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota

12:00 pm
Members' Working Lunch
1:30 pm
Attack Attribution
Marc Dacier, Senior Director, Symantec Research Labs, Europe and U.S.
2:00 pm
Manipulating Data While It Is Encrypted
Craig Gentry, Research Staff Member, Cryptography Group, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
2:30 pm

The Digital Dimension
James Gosler, Fellow, Sandia National Laboratory

3:00 pm
Break
3:30 pm

The Trust Extension Device
John Zic, Research Team and Science Leader, Trusted Systems, CSIRO ICT Centre

4:00 pm

Virtual Conflicts, Real Consequences: The Rules of 21st-Century Information Warfare
Daniel Kimmage, Senior Fellow, Homeland Security Policy Institute

4:30 pm

Reflections
Eric Haseltine, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board

7:00 pm
Reception and Dinner

Friday, May 7
7:30 am

Breakfast

8:30 am
TTI/Vanguard Announcements
8:45 am
Why Is This So Hard? Thinking about the Cyber Domain
Michael Hayden, Former Director, National Security Agency and Former Director, Central Intelligence Agency
9:15 am

Collaboration at Scale: Creating Enterprise Collaboration Systems That Don’t S**K
Doug Solomon, Chief Technology Officer, IDEO

9:45 am

Multidisciplinary Approach to Internet Security
Chris Hankin, Director, Institute for Security Science and Technology, Imperial College

10:15 am
Break
10:45 am

Security and the Public-Private Sector
Joel Brenner, Senior Council, National Security Agency

11:15 am

Security in the Cloud
Yousef Khalidi, Distinguished Engineer, Windows Azure, Microsoft

11:45 am

Managing Risk in a Hypermobile Low-Trust World: Framing your Problem
John Adams, Emeritus Professor of Geography, University College London

12:15 pm

The Enemy is Us
Joe Markowitz, Former Director, Intelligence Community Open Source Program Office, Central Intelligence Agency

12:45 pm
Members' Working Lunch
1:40 pm

Protecting Against and Investigating Insider Threats
Antonio Rucci, Program Director, Collect Management & Cyber Initiatives, Global Security Directorate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

2:10 pm

Trust Relationships and Secure Architecture in Open Research Environments
Matthew Joyce, Co-Founder, Agora Link

2:40 pm

Offensive Aspects of Cybersecurity: Implications for the Private Sector
Herbert Lin, Chief Scientist, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council of the National Academies

3:10 pm
Conference Reflections
Bob Lucky, TTI/Vanguard Advisory Board
3:30 pm
Close of Conference

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