Human Dimensions of Active Defense


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Active defense is typically only discussed as technical operations. This session will instead focus on human-directed countermeasures involving intelligence gathering and reacquisition of stolen data. Using real-world examples and new guidance from DOJ, it will identify legal red lines and policy considerations when gathering information from criminal sources and reacquiring stolen data online.

Pre-Requisites: Basic understanding of the policy debates surrounding active defense. While this presentation will include legal concepts, no prior familiarity of those is required.

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Leonard Bailey

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Head of Cybersecurity Unit/Special Counsel for National Security, U.S. Department of Justice

Policy & Government Hackers & Threats Analytics Intelligence & Response

threat intelligence law hackers & threats deception-based security data loss prevention


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