How Hacking DARPA Helped Secure the Future of Hardware


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More than 560 researchers spent thousands of hours last year hacking hardware as part of DARPA’s plan to revolutionize computer security. Their findings helped the agency improve its secure hardware program. This session will feature a key figure in the research effort, discuss why hardware research is critical, and tough, and talk about lessons that apply to all organizations.

This session will follow Chatham House Rule to allow for free exchange of information and learning. We look forward to participants actively engaging in the discussion, and remind attendees that no comment attribution or recording of any sort should take place.

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Amie Wozniak

Participant

Project Manager, Nth Degree

Cecilia Marinier

Participant

RSA Conference Program Manager, Self Employed

Dr. Mark Kuhr

Facilitator, Participant

, Synack

Dr. Mark Kuhr

Participant

, Synack

Ryan Cordell

Facilitator, Participant

Manager, Federal Operations, Synack

Mobile & IoT Security

hackers & threats security architecture software code vulnerability analysis risk & vulnerability assessment


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