The FTC’s third “Start With Security” event took place on February 9, 2016, in Seattle, Washington, and was co-sponsored by the University of Washington Tech Policy Lab, the University of Washington School of Law Technology Law & Public Policy Clinic, and CoMotion at the University of Washington.

This one-day event continued the FTC’s work to provide companies with practical tips and strategies for implementing effective data security. This event brought together experts to provide insights on how startups and other small companies can secure the software and products they develop, and how important it is to do so. FTC Commissioner Julie Brill will kick things off with opening remarks.


Submissions from 2016

Panel 3: The Business Case for Security, Aaron Alva, Saira Nayak, Mike Simon, and Aravind Swaminathan

Panel 4: Securing the Internet of Things, Jarad Brown, Tadayoshi Kohno, Shwetak Patel, Arjmand Samuel, and Lorie Wigle

Avoiding Catastrophe: An Introduction to OWASP Proactive Controls, Ian Gorrie

Panel 1: Building a Security Culture, Miry Kim, Peter Oehlert, Adam Shostack, Matt Tomlinson, and Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack

Panel 2: Integrating Security into the Development Pipeline, Jim Trilling, Julian Dunn, John Heasman, and Patrick Lamphere