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[liberationtech] At Stanford Tonight: Cybersec Symposium
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Thu Feb 12 16:23:38 PST 2015
INVENTING THE FUTURE: CYBERSECURITY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM
Inventing the future: Cybersecurity research and education symposium
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SYMPOSIUM HOSTED BY STANFORD UNIVERSITY AND THE WHITE HOUSE OFFICE OF
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
We rely on the digital infrastructure to conduct our personal, social and
economic lives and will rely on it even more in the future. What research
is needed to develop innovative technologies for consumer protection? What
is the best way to deploy these advances and place them into widespread
use? How do we build the required workforce that can support future
Join *John P. Holdren*, Assistant to the President for Science and
Technology, and a panel of thought leaders and decision-makers as they
discuss the promise of research and development for technologies supporting
consumer protection and consider how industry, technology companies,
government and academia can collaborate to enhance and leverage
cybersecurity research and education.
This event is being held in conjunction with the Feb. 13 White House Summit
on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection.
*Thursday, February 127:00 - 9:00 p.m.Check-in begins at 6:15
p.m.Networking reception follows discussion*
NVIDIA auditorium, Huang Engineering Center, Stanford University
Parking in Parking Structure 2
Watch the webcast at news.stanford.edu/webcast or at
Send questions and follow the event on Twitter @stanfordeng
*Introduction and Moderator*
*Patricia Falcone*, Associate Director for National Security and
International Affairs at the White House Office of Science and Technology
*John P. Holdren*, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology,
Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and
Co-Chair of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology
*Larry Kramer*, President of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation,
which provided funding to launch the Stanford Cybersecurity Initiative.
Kramer was formerly the Richard E. Lang Professor of Law and Dean of
Stanford Law School.
*John Mitchell*, Mary and Gordon Crary Family Professor, Stanford School of
Engineering; Professor of Computer Science, and Vice Provost for Teaching
and Learning, Stanford University.
*Parisa Tabriz* is Google’s Security Princess -- that's her official (and
self-appointed) job title! She leads the Chrome Security team of hired
hackers and is a contractor with the U.S. Digital Service.
*Cynthia Dwork* is a Distinguished Scientist at Microsoft, specializing in
private data analysis, foundations of cryptography, combating spam,
complexity theory, web search, voting theory, distributed computing, and
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