Big Tech’s Burden to Develop Predictive Indicators to Combat Cyber-Attacks: William S. Rogers Jr., Moderator at RSA Conference – April 23, 2015

April 23, 2015

We should harness Big Tech’s contractual authority with users to enhance the ability to accurately predict various forms of cybercrime or cyber-attack. The objective is reliable, data-driven, predictive indicators of susceptibility, where criminal or exploitative intent is discernible through Big Tech’s monitoring, analysis and reporting of results of deep-packet and traffic pattern inspection.

In this session, the panel will examine the Big Tech’s Burden to Develop Predictive Indicators to Combat Cyber-Attacks.

Moderator – William S. Rogers Jr., Partner, Prince Lobel Tye LLP
Panelist – Joe Stanley, Partner, Duane Morris LLP
Panelist – Mark Silvestri, Vice President, CNA Financial Corp
Panelist – Rita Heimes, Counsel, Verrill Dana, LLP

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