Privacy, Security, and Policy in the Wake of the Apple/FBI Debate

Saturday, February 18, 2017: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Room 210 (Hynes Convention Center)
As the Apple/Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) fight raged on, the public found itself in the throes of an age-old debate between national security and personal privacy. Awash in cryptographic jargon and amid the incendiary subjects of terrorism and government surveillance, there was no shortage of opinion. To help inform the resulting discussion, this session brings together an expert on technical security measures in mobile and “Internet of things” devices, a former FBI special agent with deep firsthand experience in cyber- and counterterrorism investigations, and a former U.S. Army intelligence officer who served in the global war on terror and now tackles issues of privacy and security in developing corporate threat intelligence programs in the private sector. This session aims to provide clarity and real-world experience to a debate often dominated by media hype and misinformation.
Daniel Rogers, Terbium Labs
Anice Anderson, Private Engineering Consulting
Daniel Rogers, Terbium Labs