Intertrust Technologies Corporation and LINE Corporation will co-host the 2nd Security Summit on technologies and policies for enabling digital trust at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center on November 14th. Experts from academia, public policy, and industry will present leading research, technology, and market trends in app security and policies for privacy vs. access to different data.
Distinguished speakers include award-winning computer scientists with expertise in secure systems, and privacy protection. Keynotes and notable participants include:
Dr. Herbert Lin, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Dr. Eli Noam, Columbia University
Ms. Megan Stifel, Cyber Statecraft Initiative at the Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security
Parker Kuncl, Uber
Kuo-Wei Wu, Former Board Member, ICANN
Steve Hunt, Information Systems Security Association
James Miller, Federal Communications Commission
Dr. Zulfikar Ramzan, RSA Security
Intertrust is a leader and pioneer in the field of trusted distributed computing technologies. Intertrust’s Secure Systems division provides a host of world-class solutions for application protection, distributed key management, and personalization. These products protect data and devices around the world in areas ranging from consumer electronics to banking, healthcare, and automotive.
LINE, Japan’s leading messenger platform is a technology leader and supports hundreds of millions of users via their mobile apps. To protect user privacy and data, LINE employs top of class secure systems experts and partners with best of breed technology companies like Intertrust.
“We are excited to offer a follow-up to the 1st Security Summit held in Tokyo in May 2017 with our partner Intertrust, a worldwide authority in software security,” said Takeshi Nakayama, CPO/CISO of LINE Corporation. “Consumers and enterprises alike enjoy the LINE messaging app and our many other services, so enhancing security is a priority for us. By organizing this conference and actively working together with Intertrust, we aim to make LINE’s information security stronger than ever.”
“This conference provides a unique platform to bring together leaders from academia and industry to look at the future of application security and we’re excited to bring this together in partnership with LINE,” said Dave Maher, CTO of Intertrust. “Between Line’s formidable market presence in Asia and overall growth trajectory world-wide, and Intertrust’s 27-year history in developing technologies for secure, distributed computing, we hope to bring value to the market.”
The 2nd Security Summit will be held in San Francisco’s Fort Mason on November 14th, 2017. More information is available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/line-intertrust-security-summit-2017-tickets-38558138430