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- Edna Conway, VP of Global Security, Risk & Compliance for Microsoft’s Azure Platform
- Jamil Farshchi, chief information security officer at Equifax
- Herbert Lin, senior research scholar at the Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation
- MK Palmore, field chief security officer at Palo Alto Networks
- Nils Puhlmann, chief trust & security officer at TripActions and cofounder of the Cloud Security Alliance
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