We are at a pivotal time in information security. Over the past 24 months we've seen a surge in targeted attacks, the popularization of hacktivism, and the rapid, almost universal, adoption of mobile devices in the enterprise. We've got a lot to talk about this year, and you can see these themes reflected in our keynotes. Bruce Schneier is going to talk about the nature of trust.
Misha Glenny and others are focused on the underpinning of freedom online. Several others are focused on threat intelligence and analytics. And we're very excited to have Jimmy Wales close the conference. There are a lot of practical, implementation-focused sessions in the class tracks this year that explore issues ranging from detecting an APT to dealing with the demands of new privacy legislation. I think it's our best agenda yet.
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