Watch some of the major highlights from #BeatTheBreach 2016:
The highlight of the evening was the lively discussion with Amit Yoran, Richard Clarke and the FBI having an honest conversation on encryption. Can’t wait until next year.
– Sonny Sinha, Principal at Sinha Associates LLC
Best event at any RSA I’ve ever been at.
– Bruce Brody, CISO
On March 1, 2016 Invincea and CSM Passcode hosted the 2nd annual #BeatTheBreach, an exclusive VIP Town Hall event uniting public and private sector leaders in cybersecurity. During the event, Passcode journalists led conversations between senior government officials and private sector leaders on pressing cybersecurity topics, including:
- What’s At Stake in the Encryption Debate? Sara Sorcher (Passcode) moderates a vigorous debate among Former White House Counter-terrorism Official Richard Clarke, Assistant Attorney General John Carlin, and RSA President Amit Yoran on the issues surrounding FBI vs. Apple.
- How the Federal Government is Upping Its Game in Cybersecurity: Watch Passcode editor Mike Farrell interview Federal CIO Tony Scott, DHS Under Secretary for NPPD Suzanne Spaulding, and TIAA CISO Stephen Ward on the new federal CISO role and other topics.
- Leading Cybersecurity Practitioners Take on the State of the Industry at RSA: In this video, Anup Ghosh talks with Darktrace CEO Nicole Eagan and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Deputy CISO Kirsten Davies about the state of cybersecurity and how government and the private sector can work together more efficiently.
Media coverage of the evening included this article from Passcode about a heated debate between John Carlin, the Justice Department’s assistant attorney general for national security, and Richard Clarke, former White House counter-terrorism official, as well as this Passcode article on the role of the government’s first CISO, which includes quotes from panel discussions at the event.
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