Click Here to Kill Everybody
Security technologist and author Bruce Schneier argued that the internet and technology are becoming more powerful but less secure. He explored the implications that may have on safety. Afterward. a panel of cybersecurity experts spoke.
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John P. Carlin Chair Aspen Institute->Cybersecurity and Technology
Michael Daniel President and CEO Cyber Threat Alliance
Michael "Mike" S. Rogers Commander (Former) U.S. Cyber Command
Bruce Schneier Fellow Harvard Law School->Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Suzanne E. Spaulding Undersecretary (Former) Department of Homeland Security->National Protection and Programs Directorate
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