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Nuts and Bolts: Encryption 101

  • 2360 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC (map)

The topic of encryption seems to be in the news every week now, but do you know how it works or how often you use encrypted technologies without even realizing it?

Join Engine and the Charles Koch Institute for the first panel in our three-part series on the nuts and bolts of encryption. Learn how the technology works and how it's used by companies, including startups, and Internet users around the world every day.

Panelists include:

Robyn Greene, Open Technology Institute
Joe Hall, Center for Democracy and Technology
Navroop Mitter, Armor Text
Neil Chilson, Charles Koch Institute

Chick-fil-A lunch—as well as a hands-on, interactive activity to explain encryption—will be provided.

Earlier Event: March 22
Decoding GDPR