EPIC's Coney Leads Cybersecurity Panel at Computers, Freedom, Privacy Conference

EPIC Associate Director Lillie Coney leads a panel discussion today on "Cybersecurity Policy and the Role of .Orgs" at the annual conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy. The panel features top government decision makers and leading experts in cybersecurity. The panel will be cybercast June 18 at 2 pm ET. The discussion builds on a letter to White House Cyber Security Director Howard Schmidt, organized by EPIC and endorsed by 30 organizations, which states that US cybersecurity policy "must incorporate protections of our basic freedoms and constitutional rights." Ms. Coney will co-chair the 2011 CFP Conference, which will be held in Washington DC. For more information, see EPIC-Cybersecurity Privacy Practical Implications.

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