The Vulnerabilities Economy
A Closer Look At How Software Vulnerabilities Shape Our Security For Better And Worse

Software vulnerabilities play a major role in the discussion around cybersecurity – from securing endpoint devices to organizational practices and the patching cycle, the markets for malicious software, bug bounty programs, and the possibility of liability for software developers. This panel takes a broad view of the economy both legal and illicit formed by these small pieces of information and considers what opportunities policymakers have to shape this economy or leverage it to improve the security of all.


Mailyn Fidler, Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School
Jane Chong, National Security and Law Associate at the Hoover Institution
Dr. Ryan Ellis, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern
Blake Sobczak, Reporter for E&E News
Trey Herr Ph.D., Fellow at the Belfer Center's Cyber Security Project at the Harvard Kennedy School 

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Thursday, October 27, 2016
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