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Working with Law Enforcement v3.0—Fifteen Years of Cooperation and Conflict
Tom Perrine, PlayStation
I'll be sharing lessons for system administrators, learned from over 15 years of interactions with law enforcement. This will include some specific examples from older cases. I'll also be talking a bit about how the relationship between cops and sysadmins has changed in that time.
Tom Perrine has been a system administrator for over 30 years and helped create LOPSA. He's built systems for the intelligence community, consulted for law enforcement and been the CSO of a national lab. He has spoken at USENIX, DEFCON, testified for Congress, and was an HTCIA Investigator of the Year. He’s now an Enterprise Architect for Playstation where he concentrates on global IT infrastructure.
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