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    Crypto Crumple Zones: Protecting Encryption in a Time of Political UncertaintyEnigma 2018Charles Wright
    Cryptographically Secure Data Analysis for Social GoodEnigma 2018Mayank Varia
    Emerging CryptographyEnigma 2018Steve Weis
    Hacking the Law: Are Bug Bounties a True Safe Harbor?Enigma 2018Amit Elazari
    IoE, Connecting Regulation to RiskEnigma 2018Travis LeBlanc
    The Great Cryptographic DivideEnigma 2018Jason Truppi
    Protecting Financial Stability against Cyber Threats: Proposal for an International AgreementEnigma 2018Tim Maurer
    Some Thoughts on Deep Learning and InfosecEnigma 2018Jeremy Howard
    Hats off to DevSecOpsEnigma 2018Shannon Lietz
    Combining the Power of Builders and BreakersEnigma 2018Casey Ellis
    When Malware is Packin’ HeatEnigma 2018Giovanni Vigna, Davide Balzarotti
    The Future of Cyber-AutonomyEnigma 2018David Brumley
    Least Privilege: Security Gain without Developer PainEnigma 2018Travis McPeak
    Anatomy of Account TakeoverEnigma 2018Grzergor Milka
    Security Technology Adoption; Building Hardware Is Just the StartEnigma 2018Paul Waller
    Cyber Strategy: The Evolving Nature of Cyber Power and CoercionEnigma 2018Brandon Valeriano
    What Would You Do With a Nation-State Cyber Army?Enigma 2018Greg Conti
    Being Creative, SecurelyEnigma 2018Melody Hildebrandt
    LISA: A Practical Zero Trust ArchitectureEnigma 2018Bryan Zimmer
    Compliance != Security (Except When It Might Be)Enigma 2018Robert Clark
    Insecurity in Information TechnologyEnigma 2018Tanya Janca
    The Web Tracking Arms Race: Past, Present, and FutureEnigma 2018Arvind Narayanan
    Modern Mind Control: Public Opinion Manipulation in Our Online WorldEnigma 2018Robert McArdle
    Going Nuclear: Programmatic Protections against Extreme Vetting, Social Pressures, and CoercionEnigma 2018Cara Marie, Andy Grant
    Gig Work and the Digital Security DivideEnigma 2018Kendra Albert