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Major American companies moved to ramp up security on their consumer devices to fight hackers and eavesdropping governments, in the wake of the Edward Snowden revelations about National Security Agency surveillance two summers ago. But senior law enforcement and intelligence officials say the new default protections prevent them from catching dangerous terrorists and criminals, and have called on companies such as Apple and Google to find a secure way for them to access consumers' data with a warrant – which many technologists and privacy advocates claim is tantamount to building a "backdoor" into otherwise strong encryption.
Brett Hansen, Executive Director and GM, Dell Data Security Solutions (@DellSecurity)
Amy Hess, FBI Executive Assistant Director, Science & Technology
Q&A: Moderated by Sara Sorcher, @SaraSorcher, Deputy Editor, CSM Passcode
Kiran Raj, US Department of Justice, Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General
Jon Callas, @joncallas, Silent Circle, Chief Technology Officer
Matt Blaze, @mattblaze, University of Pennsylvania, Associate Professor, Computer and Information Science
Moderated by: Sara Sorcher, @SaraSorcher, Deputy Editor, CSM Passcode
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
St. Regis Hotel / Carlton Ballroom
923 16th St NW
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