IEEE Security & Privacy to Host Cyber War Panel at RSA

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 09 February, 2011 – IEEE Security & Privacy magazine will host a high-caliber panel at the RSA Conference exploring the idea that cyber war is overhyped, while others argue that it is under appreciated. Who is right?
The panel--"Cyber War: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Cyber Bomb"--will feature Cigital Chief Technology Officer Gary McGraw, who anchors S&P's Silver Bullet Security podcast; Dorothy Denning, Distinguished Professor of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School; Anup Ghosh, Chief Scientist and Founder, Invincea; Thomas Herlea, Verizon Business; and Greg Hoglund, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, HBGary.
Open to RSA registered attendees, the panel discussion will take place at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, 16 February in Red Room 103 at the RSA Conference at the Moscone Convention Center.
IEEE Computer Society staff will also be available at Booth 2633. Stop by and spin the wheel to win a prize.
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