The keynote speakers invited to present at M3AAWG meetings are industry and public policy leaders with thought-provoking perspectives that often transform the online community. Below are a few presentations on important issues that were filmed during recent meetings. Additional videos are also available on this website in the Training section and there is a large assortment of videos covering emerging issues, messaging, malware and mobile topics, presentations by experts and industry updates on the M3AAWG YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/maawg. To view the videos below in a larger format, play the video then select the full-screen icon on the right of the control bar or click on the YouTube option. Hit Escape to return to this page from the full-screen video.
Voting in the Age of COVID-19
Simons is the board chair of Verified Voting, a member of the Board of Advisors of the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, and the co-author of the book, “Broken Ballots: Will Your Vote Count?”. She has been a leading voice on technology policy issues for more than 40 years and co-authored numerous reports and studies on how to improve our voting systems.
Privacy and Cybersecurity in the Age of the Internet of Things
IT expert Phillip Mahan gives an overview of the Internet of Things, emphasizing business concepts and how the adoption of the IoT will affect security. This keynote address was presented at the October 2015 M3AAWG 35th General Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
Facebook CSO: A New Model for Threat Sharing
Joe Sullivan, Facebook Chief Security Officer, explains how the company is getting involved in sharing threat information and what their vision of a more open and connected security community looks like in this keynote presentation at the February 2015 M3AAWG 33 General Meeting in San Francisco.
Dan Geer: Shared Risk and What to Do about It
Security analyst Dr. Dan Geer offers his insightful perspective on 10 major issues facing the IT industry today – from mandatory breach reporting and net neutrality to the the right to be forgotten and the feasibility of Internet voting.
Brian Snow: Cyber Security is a Mess-Is There a Way Out?
A mathematician and computer security expert, Brian D. Snow draws from his decades of experience at the U.S. National Security Agency to offer advice on developing more secure products and networks.
Q&A with Dan Geer and Brian Snow
After the two renowned computer security experts presented separate keynotes, they sat down together to answer participants' questions in an insightful dialogue on what the industry should bear in mind to better protect users as the digital future unfolds.