Multiparty Vulnerability Disclosure: From Here to Where?


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As the world grows ever more dependent on complex technological systems, the risk of broadly impactful vulnerabilities in software and hardware is driving the need for improvements in how the global ecosystem addresses identification and disclosure of those vulnerabilities. This panel will discuss what works, what doesn’t, and suggest a path forward that can benefit everyone globally.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn how the coordinated disclosure process applies in multiparty situations.
2: Learn what is missing in today’s approaches to vulnerability disclosure.
3: Learn about current trends in vulnerability research, standards and their impact.

Pre-Requisites:
Attendees should have a reasonable understanding of what hardware and software vulnerabilities are, and how they are discovered and mitigated in the general sense.

Participants
Art Manion

Vulnerability Analysis Technical Manager, CERT Coordination Center

Audrey Plonk

Director, Global Security Policy, Intel Corporation

John Banghart

Senior Director, Venable

Kent Landfield

Chief Standards and Technology Policy Strategist, McAfee LLC

Protecting Data & Applied Crypto

supply chain standards risk management risk vulnerability assessment patch management


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