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- Congressman Jim Langevin Rhode Island, D, 2nd District
- Stephen Spoonamore cyber security consultant
- Paul Kurtz cyber security consultant, formerly served as senior director, Office of Cyberspace Security at the National Security Council
- Alan Paller director of research, SANS Institute.
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