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Wednesday, August 3 • 11:00 - 12:25
Survey says… Making progress in the Vulnerability Disclosure Debate

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The vulnerability disclosure debate isn’t new. But as more vendors realize that they are software vendors, and as DMCA exceptions affect companies that touch citizens around the world, we need to get this right. The US Department of Commerce has sought to bring together important stakeholders, including security researchers and technology vendors to identify common ground and a path forward for better security for everyone. This presentation will share some preliminary observations, and allow the security community to weigh in on this important process.

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Amanda Craig

Senior Cybersecurity Strategist, Microsoft
Amanda Craig is a Senior Cybersecurity Strategist in Trustworthy Computing’s Global Security Strategy and Diplomacy (GSSD) team at Microsoft. As part of GSSD, she focuses on policy issues related to cloud security, cyber risk management, and coordinated vulnerability disclosure... Read More →
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Jen Ellis

VP of community and public affairs, Rapid7
Jen Ellis is Rapid7’s Vice President of Community and Public Affairs. She believes security practitioners are the guardians of Society’s trust in technology, and works extensively with security professionals, technology providers/operators, and various Government entities to promote... Read More →
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Allan Friedman

Director of Cybersecurity, NTIA - US Dept of Commerce
Allan Friedman: Government technocrat, and game show host impressario. 2 years working on IoT patching policy, but worries about over-regulation. 15 years of infosec policy experience.


Wednesday August 3, 2016 11:00 - 12:25
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