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Thursday, February 5 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
PANEL: Sony and the DPRK: A Question of Attribution

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United States authorities say they’re certain that North Korea is behind the attack on Sony, but they haven’t provided any proof to back their claims, except for the fact that the attackers used IP addresses “exclusively used by the North Koreans.” Everyone agrees that attribution is tricky. Some believe US authorities are jumping to conclusions, but others say the FBI surely has other evidence, which they might never share with the public, to back their claims. This topic will be debated by a panel of experts and moderated by The Wall Street Journal's Danny Yadron.

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Danny Yadron

Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
Danny Yadron covers cybersecurity from The Wall Street Journal's San Francisco bureau. He usually writes about hackers, cybercops and what companies do (and don't do) to stay safe on the Internet. At the Journal, he also has covered tech policy, a presidential campaign, national... Read More →

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Matthew Burton

Matthew Burton has been in the government technology world for 12 years. He was recently the Chief Information Officer of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Prior to that, he consulted the U.S. Intelligence Community on issues regarding information sharing and virtual... Read More →
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Jeffrey Carr

Principal Consultant, The 20K League
Jeffrey Carr is a cybersecurity consultant, the author of Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld (O’Reilly Media, 2009, 2011), and the founder of the Suits and Spookssecurity event series. He has consulted for Fortune 500 companies and U.S. and foreign government agencies and has spoken at hundreds of conferences around the world since 2009. Mr. Carr is widely published and frequently quoted on matters of cyber security and cyber warfare in the i... Read More →
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Marc Rogers

Principal Security Researcher, CloudFlare
Marc is a whitehat hacker who has worked in the security industry for almost twenty years, including a decade managing security in the UK operator Vodafone, and five years as CSO for a real estate and asset management conglomerate in South Korea. Marc sees himself as a security evangelist... Read More →
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Roel Schouwenberger

Principal Security Researcher, Global Research & Analysis Team, Kaspersky Lab
Roel joined Kaspersky Lab in 2004 as a Senior Research Engineer for the Benelux region. Since 2008, Roel has worked as a Senior Researcher in North America where he is responsible for both monitoring the regional malware situation and in-depth analysis of cyber incidents. Roel focuses... Read More →
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Kurt Stammberger

Senior Vice President, Market Development, Norse Corp.
Perhaps best known as the "founder of the RSA Conference", Kurt Stammberger is a career startup marketer with special expertise in the crypto, security and threat intelligence markets. Stammberger joined RSA Security as employee #7 in 1990, leading their marketing organization, helped... Read More →

Thursday February 5, 2015 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Main Track