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PODCAST: The Evolving Cybersecurity Policy Landscape and How It Impacts You

PODCAST: The Evolving Cybersecurity Policy Landscape and How It Impacts You

A discussion with Amit Elazari, Director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel and a Lecturer at UC Berkeley's School of Information

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Duration: 00:57:00



This talk is moderated by Kal Raustiala, Director of the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations



Security is one of the most evolving and impactful landscapes in the regulatory sphere. Proposed initiatives in the areas of Data Protection, Internet of Things, Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD) and more are among the most active and developing areas of security regulation around the world. This evolving landscape also serves as an opportunity for innovation, collaboration and harmonization. This talk introduces the audience to the variety and influx of legal and regulatory concepts and proposals shaping the future of security focusing on recent trends. Highlights will include coordinated vulnerability disclosure, researchers’ collaboration, IoT Security, anti-hacking laws, standards efforts and more. We will also talk about bug bounties and vulnerability disclosure, what are some of the industry's best practices in this area, and how to implement these programs at your organization to foster security, collaboration and transparency.


Dr. Amit Elazari Bar On is the Director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel Corporation and a Lecturer at UC Berkeley’s School of Information. She graduated with a JSD (doctor of science of law) from UC Berkeley School of Law, the world’s leading institution in law and technology. Her work on cyberlaw, privacy and intellectual property has been published in leading journals and presented at top conferences including USENIX Enigma, USENIX Security, DEF CON (Skytalks), RSA, BlackHat, and Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018 (IAPP). She is the first Israeli LL.M. graduate to have been admitted to the doctoral program at Berkeley or any other top U.S. doctoral program in law, on a direct-track basis. She graduated summa cum laude from her LL.M. program at IDC, Israel. Elazari holds an LL.B. and a B.A. in Business Administration (summa cum laude) from IDC, is admitted to practice law in Israel and has worked at one of Israel’s leading law firms, GKH Law. Her research interests include cybersecurity, patents, copyright, privacy and private ordering. Her work is informed by her previous technological background, promoting Israeli patented photovoltaic technologies, and by her military service in an elite intelligence unit.