Introducing the Speakers for our First Panel, “Illustration of the Problem”

Our ‘Illustration of the Problem’ Panel is set to launch our Common Good Cyber Workshop in Washington D.C. This dynamic panel, moderated by Kiersten Todt, will feature distinguished speakers who collectively aim to shed light on the critical importance of addressing funding challenges in the cybersecurity landscape.

Introducing Our Speakers

Moderator: Kiersten Todt 

Guiding this panel is Kiersten Todt, a prominent figure in cybersecurity. Kiersten’s experience, paired with her demonstrated ability to foster insightful discussions, makes her the perfect moderator to navigate this panel and ensure an engaging and thought-provoking conversation.

Camille Stewart

Camille Stewart, Deputy National Cyber Director at the Office of the National Cyber Director, The White House, adds a crucial government perspective to the panel. Her insights into the funding landscape from a national perspective will enrich the conversation, providing a comprehensive understanding of the challenges at hand.

David Watson

David Watson is an industry expert and represents Shadowserver, an organization that brings to light vulnerabilities, malicious activities and emerging threats in the cybersecurity space. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, David will contribute valuable insights to the discussion on funding challenges and their impact on cybersecurity initiatives.

Jason Healey

From Columbia University, Jason Healey is a respected figure in cybersecurity research and policy. With a focus on the intersection of technology and national security, Jason will share his perspectives on the implications of the funding challenges faced by organizations operating in the cybersecurity sector.

Jonathan Baker

Jonathan Baker brings his expertise from MITRE, an organization renowned for its contributions to research on cyber adversary tactics and techniques. As a seasoned professional, Jon will offer a unique perspective on the funding challenges faced by the cybersecurity community and the implications for broader security efforts.

Joshua Corman

Joshua Corman, a prominent advocate for cybersecurity, brings his expertise from “I Am the Cavalry,” an organization dedicated to advancing the safety and security of technology. His unique insights operating an effort based only on volunteerism will contribute to a holistic understanding of the challenges.

Event Details

Date: February 26-27

Location: National Press Club, Washington D.C.

The ‘Illustration of the Problem’ panel will take place on February 26th from 9:30 to 10:15am ET. In-person registrations are at capacity but the panel will be livestreamed. Sign-up for more agenda updates and to receive the livestream link here

About Common Good Cyber 

Common Good Cyber is a global initiative with the goal of identifying sustainable models for supporting groups, organizations, and individuals involved in critical cybersecurity functions for the broader Internet community.

The Internet powers our global life, but its security is at stake. To ensure a safe and lasting digital future, we need to support those tirelessly safeguarding it. From fortifying infrastructure to empowering users, join us in understanding, appreciating, and sustaining the cybersecurity efforts that keep our online world secure for all.

The Global Cyber Alliance is coordinating Common Good Cyber as part of its commitment to Cyber Civil Defense, a coalition dedicated to moving the whole of society forward in ensuring cybersecurity.

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