Beyond End-to-End-Encryption

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, May 15, 2014 TIME: 14:30-15:30 LOCATION: AMMERSEE I
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The Next Generation of Privacy Tools: What can we expect?

Our current computing and communications infrastructure is fairly robust with regards to resiliency, but still very fragile with regards to privacy, surveillance and espionage. Knowledge about vulnerabilities and the way to exploit them has become widespread, and even less skilled individuals and organizations are able to spy on us.

Information Security has matured in the past years, with encrypted connections to routers and to servers becoming more familiar while end-to-end-encryption is emerging as, possibly, the highest level of security. What are the tools, protocols and standards that lead us to a world where "secure" really means "secure"? In this panel discussion, a group of privacy and security thought leaders will talk about the future privacy tools and security infrastructures, better preventing us from data breaches, unexpected (mis)use, and government espionage.

  • What can we expect from the Dark mail Alliance and similar initiatives?
  • What will be the contribution of large vendors to a privacy enabled digital world?
  • When will we finally be able to take advantage of end-to-end security in our daily lives?


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Scott David, J.D., LL.M., is the Director of Policy at the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity at University of Washington and was formerly the Executive Director of the Law, Technology and Arts Group at UW School of Law. Scott is an active member of the World Economic Forum's...

Ladar Levison was born and raised in San Francisco, California where he attended Thurgood Marshall Academic High School. Mr. Levison would eventually graduate from Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas with a BBA in Finance and a BA in Political Science, along with minors in Computer...


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