FBI Director to chronicle the evolution of cyber threats at RSA Conference 2010
Robert Mueller, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will deliver a keynote address at RSA Conference 2010. Mueller’s keynote will detail cyber threats through the years – from criminal threats like computer intrusions and identity theft to the use of the Internet by extremists and hostile foreign powers.
The Director will also highlight the changing role of the FBI in addressing cybercrime, both in terms of our economic security and our national security, while focusing on the importance of public and private sector partnerships in identifying, preventing and investigating these threats.
Sandra Toms LaPedis, Area Vice President and General Manager of RSA Conference said: “As information security moves beyond the confines of research labs and IT departments and into the lives of all Americans, it becomes even more essential to arm our attendees with guidance from influential government officials. The addition of Director Mueller to our keynote lineup gives us first-hand insight into how the threats of the past can shape our understanding of the cyber attacks of the future.”