Doug Myers, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Pepco Holdings Inc.
James Wholey, Partner, Phillips Lytle LLP
Jean Yang, Assistant Professor at Carnegie Mellon and Co-Founder, Cybersecurity Factory
Moderator: Mary Louise Kelly, Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
Mary Louise Kelly
Mary Louise Kelly is NPR's former Intelligence correspondent, and the author of the forthcoming novel Anonymous Sources.
Doug Myers is Vice President & Chief Information Officer of Pepco Holdings, Inc.
Mr. Wholey has broad experience at the intersection of federal government, national security and international business. His specific focus is on the legislative, policy and compliance issues involved in international investment, trade and business development. Through his federal government relations and operations practice, he assists clients with transnational compliance matters (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, EAR, ITAR, export licensing and involvement with various sanctions regimes) and works frequently with the Administration and with Capitol Hill.
Jean Yang is a final-year PhD student at MIT. Jean creates programming languages and tools that make it easier for people to write the programs they intend to write. During her PhD she created a language, Jeeves, that automatically enforces information flow policies for security and privacy. She graduated with a degree in Computer Science from Harvard University in 2008 and has interned at Google, Facebook, and Microsoft Research.