Catch Me If You Can

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  • From left, Rowan Trollope, Victoria A. Espinel, Nicole Eagan, David J. Johnson, Brian Kelly, Elena Kvochko, and Michael Patsalos-Fox

  • Michael Patsalos-Fox, Chief Executive Officer, Stroz Friedberg

  • Elena Kvochko, Head of Global Information Security Strategy and Implementation, Barclays

  • Nicole Eagan, Chief Executive Officer, Darktrace

  • Brian Kelly, Chief Security Officer, Rackspace

  • David J. Johnson, Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • Rowan Trollope, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Collaboration and IoT Technology Group, Cisco

  • From left, Rowan Trollope, Victoria A. Espinel, Nicole Eagan, David J. Johnson, Brian Kelly, Elena Kvochko, and Michael Patsalos-Fox

Panelists

Nicole Eagan
Chief Executive Officer, Darktrace

Victoria A. Espinel
President and CEO, BSA | The Software Alliance

David J. Johnson
Special Agent in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Brian Kelly
Chief Security Officer, Rackspace

Elena Kvochko
Head of Global Information Security Strategy and Implementation, Barclays

Rowan Trollope
Senior Vice President and General Manager, Collaboration and IoT Technology Group, Cisco

Moderator

Michael Patsalos-Fox
Chief Executive Officer, Stroz Friedberg


“What I did in my youth is hundreds of times easier today. Technology breeds crime.”
― Frank W. Abagnale
(swindler, author of “Catch Me If You Can”)


Session Description:

From the streets to the boardroom, tech informs and empowers both criminals and those who seek to stop them. Is the future of crime destined to be an escalating techno-arms-race, the same old cops-and-robbers just with cooler tools? Or can we look forward to a calmer, more civilized world in which criminality is rare and openness is the order of the day?

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