If You Can’t Trust the Phone Company: A Mock Trial


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A confluence of errors—the carrier clones a SMS-token phone; a doctor’s password is compromised; a vulnerability is exposed only to authenticated users of a medical laboratory; ransomware blocks access to critical test results; the ransom is paid but in the turmoil an unnoticed exfiltration of medical records reveals the dire medical condition of a corporate titan. Millions are lost. Whose fault?

Pre-Requisites: General familiarity with authentication technologies, web services vulnerabilities, ransomeware, and data breach is useful but explanatory material on the technology will be presented to the presiding judge. These explanations will be tutorial in nature. No programming or design skills needed.
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Hoyt L. Kesterson II

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Senior Security and Risk Architect, Avertium

Julie Lewis

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President, CEO and Founder, Digital Mountain

Hon. Laurel Beeler

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United States Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of California

Lauren X. Topelsohn

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Member, Mandelbaum Salsburg P.C.

Lisa Angelo

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Cyber Liability and Data Privacy Attorney, Angelo Law Firm PLLC

Protecting Data & the Supply Chain Ecosystem Mobile & IoT Security Identity Human Element

ransomware PII password management law authentication


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