You are cordially invited to a presentation on the topic:
How Nation States Attack High Value Assets
with
Mr. Eric Fulton

Friday, November 22nd
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.
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About the lecture: Technologist Eric Fulton will discuss “How Nation States Attack High Value Assets,” with an emphasis on Chinese action. He will draw from his extensive experience in technology, hacking, and internet related issues, including his work in China.

About the speaker: Mr. Eric Fulton is a business owner and technologist. His first job was hacking international corporations, helping them identify and secure their information systems. During that time, Eric presented independent research at universities, the prestigious Black Hat Conference, and the world’s largest hacker conference, DEFCON. Eric went on to start a local Internet Service Provider in Montana with the goal of helping solve the problem of rural broadband. Taking the skills, he learned in Montana, Eric then built a successful global banking network with a strong presence in Asia. With over 10 years of experience advocating for privacy and Internet freedom, Eric continues his mission of contributing to a secure, free, open Internet, working as the Identity Evangelist for Keybase, a company dedicated to solving identity and encrypted communication.

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