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Arbor Networks President Matthew Moynahan to Moderate Panel on Cybersecurity Policy at the State of the Net Conference

Date: Monday January 25, 2016

BURLINGTON, MA, January 25, 2016 – Arbor Networks Inc., the security division of NETSCOUT (NASDAQ: NTCT), today announced that President Matthew Moynahan will moderate a panel at the State of the Net Conference titled Policy, Diplomacy, Technology: What’s Ahead for Cybersecurity?

Conference Overview

Sponsored by the Internet Education Foundation, The State of the Net is America’s premier Internet policy conference series. It brings together Internet stakeholders in government and in the private sector to explore the potential of a decentralized global Internet to promote communications, commerce and democracy.

Session Overview

Building a domestic and international framework to enhance our cybersecurity defenses continues to perplex policymakers and private industry. General consensus was that information-sharing would be the first step, but opinions of its efficacy vary widely. The Internet is no longer merely an e-commerce platform, but is deeply enmeshed in every aspect of our lives. As more business and communication is conducted online and the Internet of Things grows exponentially, so do the opportunities for attackers to exploit vulnerabilities in our commercial and critical systems, and information sharing won’t solve the underlying problem. Now that CISA has passed, we turn our attention to addressing the next series of threats and questions. What legal frameworks and international norms need to be created? What are the most effective ways to assess, prioritize and minimize risk? How should intelligence, law enforcement, and the military be involved in protecting critical infrastructure and critical data from attackers?

Panel:

  • Matthew Moynahan, President, Arbor Networks (Moderator)
  • Brett DeWitt, Staff Director, Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Security Technologies U.S. House Committee on Homeland Security
  • Michele Markoff, Deputy Coordinator for Cyber Issues, U.S. Department of State
  • Jeff Ratner, Director for Legislative Affairs and Cybersecurity Policy, National Security Council, White House
  • Evelyn Remaley, Deputy Associate Administrator, NTIA, Office of Policy Analysis and Development
  • Adam Sedgewick, Senior Advisor, Information Technology Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology

When: Monday January 25, 2016 from 1:15pm – 2:15pm

Where: Newseum’s Knight Conference Center, 555 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001

About Arbor Networks
Arbor Networks, the security division of NETSCOUT, helps secure the world’s largest enterprise and service provider networks from DDoS attacks and advanced threats. Arbor is the world’s leading provider of DDoS protection in the enterprise, carrier and mobile market segments, according to Infonetics Research. Arbor’s advanced threat solutions deliver complete network visibility through a combination of packet capture and NetFlow technology, enabling the rapid detection and mitigation of malware and malicious insiders. Arbor also delivers market-leading analytics for dynamic incident response, historical analysis, visualization and forensics. Arbor strives to be a “force multiplier,” making network and security teams the experts. Our goal is to provide a richer picture into networks and more security context so customers can solve problems faster and reduce the risks to their business.

To learn more about Arbor products and services, please visit our website at arbornetworks.com or follow on Twitter @ArborNetworks. Arbor’s research, analysis and insight, together with data from the ATLAS global threat intelligence system, can be found at the ATLAS Threat Portal.

Trademark Notice: Arbor Networks, the Arbor Networks logo and ATLAS are all trademarks of Arbor Networks, Inc. All other brands may be the trademarks of their respective owners.


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