Cyber Disrupt 2017 is the premier event on cybersecurity in Washington DC. The summit will feature keynotes, interactive debates, and panel discussions on strategies, policies, and technology practices for Congress and the Administration that will be disruptive to the current status quo and improve cybersecurity.
New applications and devices are being designed with features that present challenges to traditional investigative techniques used by law enforcement. As a result, other means of gaining access to digital evidence such as expanding law enforcement authorities to hack endpoints have been a topic of much discussion. Experts will weigh the privacy, public safety, and security equities of new proposals to facilitate lawful access to digital evidence.
Raj De is a speaker on the panel entitled "Lawful Hacking: Access to Digital Evidence in the 21st Century."
For more information, please visit the event website.