In a panel on Friday afternoon, the chief security officers of five Silicon Valley companies argued for user-safe technology and warned of the cybersecurity challenges faced by small and medium businesses.
Widening the flows of information between the private sector and the government was a central theme at today’s White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection at Stanford, and was an issue of contentious debate both informally and on panels at the event.
The afternoon session of the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection discussed the more technical aspects behind cybersecurity policy.
In the keynote address of the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection, President Barack Obama called cybersecurity threats one of the most serious economic national security challenges the country faces today.
The White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection started with substantive conversation through two plenary panels – the first on public-private cooperation and the second on improving cybersecurity practices at organizations oriented towards the consumer.
Apple CEO Tim Cook gave remarks before President Barack Obama’s speech today at the White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection. He focused on Apple’s role in ensuring consumer protection, and on trust associated with user information and data.
A conversation with Patrick Chung, founding partner at Xfund. Xfund recently raised its second round of $100M, and is looking to help and invest in what they term the ‘hacker+humanist’.
NovoEd redefines the traditional video and quiz online education pedagogy by providing a social and community-based experience. The online social learning platform’s mission is to provide their online students with what Stanford students have access to on campus: high quality smart people and the opportunity to work with them.