What Does Trump’s First 100 Days Look Like Relative to Cyber?

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The Computer History Museum
1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
Washington, DC-based senior counsel Adam Golodner participated on the “What Does Trump’s First 100 Days Look Like Relative to Cyber?” panel at the two-day SINET ITSEF 2017 Conference. SINET is an alliance of C-level cybersecurity professionals from industry, solution providers, investors and government.


The topics discussed included:

  • Challenges to addressing these cybersecurity priorities,
  • The Administration’s cybersecurity accomplishments to date,
  • The Administration’s focus over the course of its first term,
  • Public-private collaboration and how it needs to evolve to be impactful and effect, and 
  • Possible revisions to the definition of “critical infrastructure” to address the role of the Internet of Things.

Herb Lin, Hoover Institution at Stanford University senior research scholar, and Uber CSO Joe Sullivan joined Golodner on the panel, which was moderated by Kiersten Todt, executive director of the Presidential Commission on Enhancing National Security.

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