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October 21, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT


A Zero-Day is one of the most coveted tools in a spy's arsenal, and they represent very real, urgent and dangerous security threats to enterprises and governments globally.

Join us for a conversation with Nicole Perlroth, award-winning cybersecurity and digital espionage journalist and author, and Sunil James, Senior Director of Security Engineering at HPE and former Scytale Founder and CEO, who will uncover the hidden market for “Zero-Day” hacks.

In the hands of hostile nations and mercenaries, a zero-day hack is one of the most coveted tools in a spy's arsenal. They are a very real threat to enterprises and governments around the world.


  • Get insights into Zero-Day attacks, current and emerging threats and the future state of security.
  • Learn why automation and distributed IT systems are impacting the threat landscape.
  • Hear why technology industry carries a crucial obligation to help bring the cyber arms race under control.

It’s time to rethink Security and choose your next move. Join us on October 21st.






Author and award-winning cybersecurity journalist for The New York Times

Nicole Perlroth is an award-winning cybersecurity journalist for The New York Times, where her work has been optioned for both film and television. She is a regular lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and a graduate of Princeton University and Stanford University. She lives with her family in the Bay Area, but increasingly prefers life off the grid in their cabin in the woods.




Senior Director, Security Engineering, HPE

Sunil James is a Senior Director within Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Security Engineering division. He leads a globally distributed team of hardware engineers, software engineers, architects, product managers, program managers, UX designers and technical writers to build trust into (and through) HPE’s burgeoning software and hardware products. Previously, he was founder and CEO of Scytale.

They will lift the curtain on zero-day hacks and explain why strengthening cyber defenses with automation and new technology architectures will help even the odds in the cyber arms race.

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