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Suits and Spooks: Innovative Problem-Solving On National Security Issues

“What we are creating now is a monster whose influence is going to change history, provided there is any history left.” (John von Neumann)

 When John von Neumann said those words in 1952, he didn’t mean the Atomic bomb that he helped create as a scientist with the Manhattan Project. He was referring to his revolutionary work in high speed computing. Over sixty years later, the computer has revolutionized every aspect of our life – from currency to medicine to warfare. Our almost total reliance upon insecure software and hardware has made the world less safe, and has fundamentally changed the power equations between State and Non-State actors. 

Suits and Spooks 2017 will focus on identifying the world’s most valuable new technologies, who the threat actors are that are looking to acquire them, and what can be done to stop them.

Admission is $549 for industry, and $375 for full-time government, military, or academia employees. Visit SuitsandSpooks.com to register.

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Wednesday, January 11
 

8:30am EST

Registration, Networking and Refreshments
Arrive early for check-in, a tour of our exhibits plus coffee and a vairety of snacks. 

Wednesday January 11, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

9:15am EST

Welcome and Orientation
Speakers
avatar for Jeffrey Carr

Jeffrey Carr

Managing Member, Reel Holdings, LLC
Jeffrey Carr has been an internationally-known cybersecurity adviser, author, and researcher since 2006. He invented REDACT, the world's first global R&D database and search engine to assist companies in identifying which intellectual property is of value to foreign governments. He... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 9:15am - 9:30am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

9:30am EST

How Exponential Trends Challenge Our Notions of Public Service, Nation States, and Positive ChangeAgents
Our world is changing exponentially. Technologies that were once only available to large nation-state actors are increasingly both available and affordable to individuals. As individuals become super-empowered via such technologies, 20th century models of how organizations operated are disrupted. Last year, the combined revenue of just five companies on the planet exceeded the revenue of Russia, and each company is expected to continue double-digit growth annually for the next seven years. The methods by which nations provided defense and public services also are disrupted. The Mumbai terrorist attacks used freely available web searches, social media, mobile phones, and GPS -- the same tools that billions of humans use daily. Technology itself is amoral; our exponentially changing world will require positive #ChangeAgents if representative forms of government are to survive in the decade ahead. 

Speakers
avatar for David Bray

David Bray

Chief Information Officer, Federal Communications Commission
Dr. David A. Bray currently serves as the Chief Information Officer for the Federal Communications Commission, leading FCC's IT Transformation since 2013. Through the efforts of a team of positive "change agents", he transformed the FCC's legacy IT with more than 207 different systems... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

10:15am EST

Post DYN DDoS: Is Government Regulation of the Internet of Things on the Horizon?
The 2015 DDOS attack on DNS provider DYN exploited vulnerabilities in DVDs and baby monitors to take major websites offline. Considering the harm a botnet running simple code can do, what might be required of manufacturers of Internet connected devices in the future? What are chances of government regulation and which agency be responsible? Is there an appropriate compliance regime needed for IoT? What will organizations have to do without regulation? This panel will provide an update on recent congressional activity on IoT security and some interesting historical examples of early regulation. 

Moderators
avatar for Greg Elin

Greg Elin

CEO, GovReady PBC
Greg Elin is the founder and CEO of GovReady PBC which The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate recently awarded a two-year contract to develop tools to help developers through the C&A process to open the door for more secure, compliant and quality software... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Austin Carson

Austin Carson

Legislative Director for Representative Michael T. McCaul, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, U.S. Government
Austin Carson is the Legislative Director for Representative Michael T. McCaul, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee. In addition to directing the Chairman’s legislative activities, he focuses on technology issues including financial services technology and cybersecurity... Read More →
avatar for JC Herz

JC Herz

COO, Ion Channel
J.C. Herz is cofounder of Ion Channel, a data and delivery platform for software supply chain intelligence and Secure DevOps. In 2006, she founded Batchtags, a startup that pioneered novel visual interfaces for large, highly interconnected networks. Batchtags was acquired by a defense... Read More →
avatar for Gunter Ollmann

Gunter Ollmann

Chief Security Officer, Vectra Networks, Inc.
Gunter Ollmann is a seasoned veteran of the Information Security world - successfully defining and trail-blazing new security markets, inventing revolutionary classes of technology, building and leading globally recognized research teams, revitalizing and constructing high margin... Read More →
KR

Kimberley Raleigh

Senior Counsel for Cyber Policy, U.S. Dept. of Justice
Kimberley Raleigh is Senior Counsel for Cyber Policy in the National Security Division of the Department of Justice. In that role, she has worked with the National Security Council and other federal agencies to draft key U.S. cybersecurity policy initiatives, including the 2011 and... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 10:15am - 11:00am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

11:00am EST

Demo Semantic Research
Wednesday January 11, 2017 11:00am - 11:15am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

11:15am EST

Networking and Refreshments
Enjoy refreshments and networking in the exhibit area.

Wednesday January 11, 2017 11:15am - 11:30am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

11:30am EST

Tallinn 2.0: How We Addressed Issues of Sovereignty, Attribution, Espionage, Countermeasures, and Other Key Points of Cyber Warfare Under International Law
The process of establishing international norms between nation states for acts involving cyber attacks is still in its nascent stage. Fortunately, the Tallinn Manual has been a tremendous resource to help policymakers, lawyers, and cybersecurity practitioners find some charted territory in this otherwise uncharted and dangerous terrain.

Professor Schmitt will provide insight and answer questions into what the 2nd edition of the Tallinn Manual - Tallinn 2.0 will cover in the areas of soverignty, attribution, countermeasures, and much more.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Schmitt

Michael Schmitt

Professor Michael N. Schmitt is Charles H. Stockton Professor and Chairman of the Stockton Center at the United States Naval War College. He is also Francis Lieber Distinguished Scholar with the Lieber Institute at the United States Military Academy (West Point), Professor of Public... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

12:15pm EST

Losing Privacy in the Wild West

The internet remains the new wild west, creating a cascade effect of personal victimization.

We worry about privacy erosion from Big Brother and corporate America (and we should), but it’s also the modern day Butch Cassidy, Bonnie and Clyde, and Billy the Kiddoing harm to our privacy. Twenty years of mayhem and much more on the horizon.

What is the U.S. government’s role in making the wild west safer? More carrots or more sticks? Come find out! 


Speakers
avatar for Levi Gundert

Levi Gundert

VP of Intelligence and Strategy, Recorded Future
As Vice President of Intelligence & Strategy at Recorded Future, Levi Gundert leads the effort to identify threats and measurably decrease operational risk for customers. Previous industry roles include VP of Cyber Threat Intelligence at Fidelity Investments, Technical Leader at Cisco... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 12:15pm - 12:45pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

12:45pm EST

Demo GovReady
Wednesday January 11, 2017 12:45pm - 1:00pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

1:00pm EST

Lunch
Lunch is not included but we will provide some recommended venues nearby.

Wednesday January 11, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
TBA

2:00pm EST

Self-Subversion is Not Enough: How the Crowd Becomes the Next Dominant Paradigm of Intelligence
Government efforts to address accumulating failures and shortcomings in the performance of US Intelligence already mirror the “Emperor’s New Clothes” story. As historian of scientific revolutions Thomas Kuhn observed, every dominant paradigm is eventually overturned by outsiders as its demonstrable failure rate grows in predicting and explaining observable phenomena. The paramount US intelligence approach since 1947 of centralization behind walls, reinforced in the wake of 9/11 with the creation of ODNI, is today rapidly being disrupted by outside forces and very public failures in understanding (much less predicting) foreign events and trends. This briefing describes internal efforts to change the conduct of US intelligence from within the very center of the IC, and compares them with complementary technology parallels in the Artificial Intelligence revolution. Those IC reforms fall short of paradigmatic shift, and will be outpaced by more radical changes which are evolving into a different and successful national intelligence enterprise.

Speakers
avatar for Lewis Shepherd

Lewis Shepherd

Innovator | Leader | Technologist
Lewis Shepherd is a leading advisor on innovation, technology, and national-security policy based in Washington DC, with a background in government and Silicon Valley. His current consulting clients include government agencies and America's leading technology firms.He is a regular... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 2:00pm - 2:30pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

2:30pm EST

U.S. Intelligence Community Reforms: What Is The Best Path Forward?
This panel will explore and debate alternative approaches to reforming intelligence analysis in the Intelligence Community.

Speakers
avatar for Bryan Hurd

Bryan Hurd

Senior Director, Security Services, Context Relevant
A seasoned cybercrime, computer security and homeland security professional with over 20 years of founding programs that make the lives of people across the globe better. Accomplished organizational spokesperson, public speaker and advisor to CxO level and national level executives... Read More →
avatar for Graham Plaster

Graham Plaster

Vice President, TDX International
Graham Plaster is the CEO of TheIntelligenceCommunity.com, managing a social network of 100,000 national security and intelligence professionals worldwide. Previously he has served as the Assistant Dean of Students for the Naval War College, and as US Military Liaison for UN Peacekeeping... Read More →
avatar for Lewis Shepherd

Lewis Shepherd

Innovator | Leader | Technologist
Lewis Shepherd is a leading advisor on innovation, technology, and national-security policy based in Washington DC, with a background in government and Silicon Valley. His current consulting clients include government agencies and America's leading technology firms.He is a regular... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

3:15pm EST

Demo ThreatQuotient
Wednesday January 11, 2017 3:15pm - 3:30pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

3:30pm EST

Networking and Refreshments
This networking and beer mixer will take place in the exhibition hall (Districtview North). Beer and snacks will be provided as you get to know our attendees, speakers and sponsors.

Wednesday January 11, 2017 3:30pm - 3:45pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

3:45pm EST

4:15pm EST

Shadowbrokers, Attribution, and Responsible Disclosure
Who are the ShadowBrokers? Their disclosure of stolen NSA documents on Pastebin assisted in assigning responsibility of the Equation Group threat actors to the NSA. This panel, moderated by Anup Ghosh, will explore the complexities of attribution and responsible disclosure as well as the problem of proliferation of malicious code including Zero days. Panelists to be named soon.

Moderators
avatar for Anup Ghosh

Anup Ghosh

Founder and CEO, Invincea
Anup Ghosh, Ph.D., is Founder and CEO at Invincea. Prior to founding Invincea, he was a Program Manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) where he created and managed an extensive portfolio of cyber security programs. He has previously held roles as Chief... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Paul Kurtz

Paul Kurtz

CEO, TruSTAR Technology
Paul Kurtz is the Chief Executive Officer of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR Paul Kurtz was the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Strategy Officer for CyberPoint International LLC. While at CyberPoint, he helped grow the company from 10 to 200 employees in 5 years... Read More →
avatar for Andrey Nikishin

Andrey Nikishin

Kaspersky Lab
Special Projects Director, Kaspersky Lab In a career that stretches back to the early days of Kaspersky Lab, Andrey Nikishin worked as a Senior Software Engineer and Architect before moving to the Strategic Marketing Department as a Product Strategy Manager. Prior to his present... Read More →
avatar for Gunter Ollmann

Gunter Ollmann

Chief Security Officer, Vectra Networks, Inc.
Gunter Ollmann is a seasoned veteran of the Information Security world - successfully defining and trail-blazing new security markets, inventing revolutionary classes of technology, building and leading globally recognized research teams, revitalizing and constructing high margin... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

5:00pm EST

Demo TruSTAR
Speakers
avatar for Paul Kurtz

Paul Kurtz

CEO, TruSTAR Technology
Paul Kurtz is the Chief Executive Officer of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR Paul Kurtz was the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Strategy Officer for CyberPoint International LLC. While at CyberPoint, he helped grow the company from 10 to 200 employees in 5 years... Read More →


Wednesday January 11, 2017 5:00pm - 5:15pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209
 
Thursday, January 12
 

9:30am EST

Air Traffic Management and Cybersecurity

The global aviation system is an incredibly complex and integrated system. As dependence on this system increases, it also becomes a target for those seeking to disrupt the flying public and the global economy. The aerospace industry is in the process of implementing a multi-year modernization program for the national airspace system that will increase the safety and efficiency of air travel while also increasing the connected nature of this critical infrastructure. This panel will explore how government agencies are leading the NextGen implementation needs of a growing commercial aviation sector while also addressing cybersecurity concerns.


Speakers
avatar for Paul Kurtz

Paul Kurtz

CEO, TruSTAR Technology
Paul Kurtz is the Chief Executive Officer of TruSTAR Technology. Prior to TruSTAR Paul Kurtz was the Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Strategy Officer for CyberPoint International LLC. While at CyberPoint, he helped grow the company from 10 to 200 employees in 5 years... Read More →
avatar for Natesh Manikoth

Natesh Manikoth

Chief Scientist and Technical Advisor, Federal Aviation Administration
Natesh Manikoth is part of the FAA’s NextGen organization and is the FAA’s chief scientist and technical advisor for National Airspace System (NAS) software. As NAS systems become ever more software-centric, it is the responsibility of the chief scientist for NAS software to provide... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 9:30am - 10:30am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

10:30am EST

Demo Recorded Future
Thursday January 12, 2017 10:30am - 10:45am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

10:45am EST

Power Grid Under Attack: When Theoretical Risk Becomes Real Disaster

One of the most important pieces of Critical Infrastructure in any country is its Power Grid - the system that supplies energy to millions of people. However, that system is not designed with security in mind. It is fragile, insecure and becomes unstable and unpredictable in the case of a cyber attack.

There have been lots of talks about insecurity of the modern industrial software and hardware, as well as and the possible risks associated with the presence of hackers in the Control network. Unfortunately, many organizations related to the Critical Infrastructure sector are not seeing cyber attacks as high risk to their business. We still hear feedback from ICS organizations like "we will never be a victim of cyber attack because there is nothing to steal from our Power Plant" or "we have got double firewall in out control networks, that is highly secure solution".

Given that typical feedback, Kaspersky Lab decided to take a lead and show the ICS organizations what can happen in reality when the Power Grid is attacked. In November 2015 Kaspersky Lab has organized the Industrial CTF contest inviting researchers from various security companies. The representatives from Power Grid organizations attended it as observers. We have more than 50 research teams participate.

The goal of the CTF was to hack a typical installation of Electrical Substation where we installed 8 real Siemens SIPROTECT protection relays, connected via CISCO routers into a Control network under WinCC supervision. The system controls distribution power line under high voltage. The winning criterion was simple - the attacker needs to show visible damage to the power line within next 8 hours.
To our shock, the whole system was hacked within 3 hours, and the power line wires were burned by enormous current several times. Few SIPROTECT were damaged completely (not possible to recover), few new 0-days were discovered, and several interesting hacking approaches were identified. The representatives from Power Grid were also shocked. They were not expecting such damage that may be fatal in a real environment. 

However, even after that self explaining demo, a month ago in December 2015, the whole World learnt about the incident in Ukrainian Power Grid, its Transportation system, Media and TV sectors. We see lots of similarity in this incident since the Power Grid in ex-USSR republics shares common principles.

 

In this talk we will go over several stories:
∙The overview and results of industrial CTF challenge, interesting hacking details, security challenges, 
∙Details of recent cyber incidents related to Power Generation and Distribution industry including the latest BlackEnergy attacks against Ukrainian Power grid and its history from 2014 to 2016, 
∙We would like to review the reasons of the incidents and suggest some solutions that can protect your organizations against cyber attacks.


Speakers
avatar for Andrey Nikishin

Andrey Nikishin

Kaspersky Lab
Special Projects Director, Kaspersky Lab In a career that stretches back to the early days of Kaspersky Lab, Andrey Nikishin worked as a Senior Software Engineer and Architect before moving to the Strategic Marketing Department as a Product Strategy Manager. Prior to his present... Read More →
avatar for Alexey Polyakov

Alexey Polyakov

Future Technologies Security Intelligence Manager, Kaspersky Lab USA
Since graduating from Moscow State Airspace University with an M.Sc. in Physics, Alexey's been working in the IT security industry - now for 18 years - with a résumé featuring positions at McAfee, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, Symantec and Microsoft. Prior to joining us at KL... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 10:45am - 11:30am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

11:30am EST

Networking and Refreshments
Thursday January 12, 2017 11:30am - 11:45am EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

11:45am EST

Conception of State Responsibility and Spatiality: Militarizing Cyberspace from Chinese Perspective

Through human’s military history, with technology innovation, military activities expand to new space seemly to happen, for example, navy and maritime, air force and sky. Hence, the author assumes militarizing cyberspace is irreversible trends. The process of militarized space includes the established legislation, institution and principle. The international legislation and regime-building towards militarized cyberspace is effective measure to prevent inter-state strategic rivalry similar as the nuclear balance of terror in Cold War, global terrorism network, and unnecessary collateral damage from abusing of force in practice and potential.   

China has been increasingly important player in the international regime-building of cyber security. Since 2013, cyber security has been significant content within the framework of China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogues (S&EDs). China holds its understanding on establishing international order of cyber space, attaching importance of state responsibility and sovereign. It can be understood that China insists territory principle under international law. Security is fundamental to sovereign. At the same time, the concept of boundary is key to Chinese traditional political and military philosophy. State responsibility and boundary is in direct contradiction to cyberspace characterized with open. 

In this paper, the author explores the influence of China’s concept of state responsibility and spatiality on policy-making communities in Beijing within theoretical framework of strategic culture. The following sections constitute this paper:

  • Theoretical framework: the interaction between political philosophy and strategic culture and political making-decision; 
  • Conception of state responsibility and spatiality in Chinese traditional political/military philosophy; 
  • China’s policy-making community of cyber security 
  • Conclusion and suggestions

Speakers
avatar for Peiran Wang

Peiran Wang

Peiran Wang, doctoral fellowship, the Faculty of Law and Criminology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels) Belgium. International engagement of cyber space is and will be his permanent research interest. In the past 5 years, Peiran Wang published several articles... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 11:45am - 12:15pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

12:15pm EST

Shedding Light on the Dark Web
Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Couch

Jonathan Couch

Senior Vice President, Strategy, ThreatQ
Jonathan Couch serves as the Senior Vice President of Strategy for ThreatQuotient. Previously, Jonathan was a co-founder and Vice President of Threat Intelligence Services for iSIGHT Partners, a cyber threat intelligence firm started in 2007 and acquired by FireEye in 2016. Jonathan... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 12:15pm - 12:45pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

12:45pm EST

Demo Kaspersky Government Security Solutions
Thursday January 12, 2017 12:45pm - 1:00pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

1:00pm EST

Lunch
Lunch is not included but we will provide some recommended venues nearby.

Thursday January 12, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
TBA

2:00pm EST

Will the World Be Safer Or More Dangerous Under A Trump Presidency?
Over fifty GOP national security officials signed a letter saying that "Donald Trump would be a dangerous president and put at risk our nation's security and well-being." The mission of Suits and Spooks has been to tackle tough questions and none is more timely or important than this one. This panel of military and intelligence experts from the U.S., Britain, and Israel will discuss how the global security paradigm will change under the presidency of Donald Trump and his Cabinet. 

Speakers
avatar for Allan Dykman

Allan Dykman

Director of Business Development and International Liason, Ametos
Allan Dykman serves as Director of Business Development and International Liaison for the global strategic solutions firm Ametos.  He is a skilled and highly regarded security expert with years of training in an elite Special Forces Unit of the IDF, Counterterrorism Units, and several... Read More →
FF

Fred Finan

Fred is a former member of both the British Military Intelligence and MI5 (the Security Service).  He started his Intelligence career as the youngest person to be successfully undergo the training and selection process to join a sensitive British Army Covert Intelligence unit operating... Read More →
avatar for John Robb

John Robb

Hi, I’m John Robb. I spent last year working for the Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff on his vision for how AGI and robotics would transform how the Joint Force fights in 2035. Here are some details on my background: USAF Academy: Honors Program. BS in Astronautical Engineering... Read More →
avatar for Erin Simpson

Erin Simpson

Founder & CEO, Archer Avenue Consulting
Erin is the founder and CEO of Archer Avenue Consulting, working at the intersection of data science, intelligence, and national security, with a particular interest in helping organizations stand up new data science teams and translate existing data streams into new products. She... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 2:00pm - 2:45pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

2:45pm EST

Demo Rhino Security Labs
Thursday January 12, 2017 2:45pm - 3:00pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

3:00pm EST

X-Agent and the GRU-Ukraine Artillery Hack That May Never Have Happened
Private sector cyber threat intelligence by big infosec companies now informs national security policies and are frequently promoted as fact by the media with little to no fact checking. This talk will take an indepth look at the hype versus the facts contained in Crowdstrike's Danger Close report concerning an alleged GRU hacking operation against a Ukrainian artillery app that may never have actually happened.

Speakers
avatar for Jeffrey Carr

Jeffrey Carr

Managing Member, Reel Holdings, LLC
Jeffrey Carr has been an internationally-known cybersecurity adviser, author, and researcher since 2006. He invented REDACT, the world's first global R&D database and search engine to assist companies in identifying which intellectual property is of value to foreign governments. He... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

3:30pm EST

Demo Group-IB
Thursday January 12, 2017 3:30pm - 3:45pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

3:45pm EST

How To Spot A Liar

Grab a beer and put your glasses on as Pamela Meyer, the country’s leading expert on deception detection, teaches you how to spot a liar. Through the use of video and a rapid slide presentation of well-known public figures as examples, Pamela will outline scientific findings on which personality types lie, how deception is expressed in email, on the phone and in person, how to detect deception through body language, statement analysis, interviewing techniques, and facial microexpression analysis.


Speakers
avatar for Pamela Meyer

Pamela Meyer

Calibrate
Pamela Meyer is the CEO of Calibrate, a company that trains financial institutions, insurance providers, law firms and human resource professionals in verbal and non-verbal cues to deception, facial micro-expression interpretation, advanced interrogation techniques, information elicitation and inside threat mitigation. She... Read More →


Thursday January 12, 2017 3:45pm - 4:30pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209

4:30pm EST

Networking and Award Drawings
We'll wrap up two days of exciting talks and networking with a beer bash and mixer in the exhibit area. We'll also have a drawing for a free surprise gift. You'll want to stick around for this one!

Thursday January 12, 2017 4:30pm - 5:00pm EST
CEB Waterview Conference Center 1919 N. Lynn Street, Arlington VA 22209
 
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