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Cyber Security Trends and Disruptors

Andrew Scholnick - Verisign

Dec 02, 2009

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Abstract

The Director of the VeriSign iDefense Applied Vulnerability Research Labs discusses current cyber security trends identified in 2008 and manifested in 2009 from Cyber Crime, Cyber War, Cyber Espionage and Cyber Terrorism. He will then look over the horizon to identify some potential Cyber Security Disruptors; ideas or technologies coming down the pike that will fundamentally change how the security community protects its enterprise and its customers.

About the Speaker

Mr. Scholnick, as the Director of the VeriSign iDefense Applied Vulnerability Research Lab, supervises a highly experienced team of research engineers in the discovery, acquisition and verification of software and firmware vulnerabilities. This expert team provides advance notification of problems and potential mitigations to product vendors, iDefense subscribers, and the general public in accordance with the iDefense policy for Responsible Disclosure.

Unless otherwise noted, the security seminar is held on Wednesdays at 4:30P.M. STEW G52, West Lafayette Campus. More information...

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