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Joshua Corman - Sonatype

Mar 26, 2014

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About the Speaker

As a security strategist and philosopher serving in the IT Security space, Joshua Corman’s cross-domain research highlights adversaries, game theory and motivational structures. A passionate advocate who “fights for the user” and the oft neglected public good, Corman’s research has shifted toward the rise of hactivism, internet governance, cyber-conflict, and the growing tensions between technology and civil liberties.

Prior to joining Sonatype, Corman was the Director of Security Intelligence at Akamai Technologies. He is also the former Research Director of the 451 Group. He co-founded Rugged Software and IamTheCavalry, was named a Top Influencer of IT in NetworkWorld and serves as a Fellow with the Ponemon Institute. Corman received his bachelor’s degree in philosophy, graduating summa cum laude, from the University of New Hampshire.

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