Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Taking a Deep Dive into China's Cyber Threat Landscape

The cyber threat landscape is so much more complex than is commonly reported by the media, the government, and especially by information security vendors. China is no different. The goal of the Suits and Spooks conference in New York City is to begin the process of diagramming the most complete cyber threat landscape that has ever been done by bringing together 15 international authorities on different geographical regions to discuss and debate the issues.

One of our panels is "Cyber Attacks and China: Who Should Be Held Responsible", and includes:
  • Joel Brenner (moderator): former National Counterintelligence Executive at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and former Senior Counsel at the NSA
  • Peiran Wang: Ph.D. candidate, The Center for Economic Law and Governance, Faculty of Law and Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel 
  • Peter Mattis: Editor, Jamestown Foundation China Brief 
  • Mihoko Matsubara: Cybersecurity analyst at Hitachi Systems and Adjunct Fellow at Pacific CSIS
  • Tom Creedon: Chief Researcher, East Asia Cyber Threat Intelligence, Verisign-iDefense
  • Sheena Chestnut Greitens, Ph.D.: Fellow, Harvard’s Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies
  • Roel Schouwenberg: Sr. researcher, Kaspersky Labs' Global Research and Analysis Team
In addition to serving on this panel, each of the above panel members will be giving their own talks on related subjects. A full agenda for this two day event will be published soon. In the meantime, you may want to register for this unique and important conference before it sells out.

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