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- James Lewis Director and Senior Fellow, Technology and Public Policy Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
- Paula Bruening Deputy Executive Director of The Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams LLP.
- Paul Kurtz cyber security consultant, formerly served as senior director, Office of Cyberspace Security at the National Security Council
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