The Nuts and Bolts of Encryption: Encryption 101

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Rayburn House Office Building

45 Independence Avenue Southwest

Room 2237

Washington, DC 20515

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The first panel in our encryption series will look at the basics of encryption and how it is used in our everyday lives.

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Encryption has become a part of our everyday lives, protecting and securing our personal information and data from harm. But how does it work, and what makes it so important?

Join Engine and the Charles Koch Institute at noon on Friday, September 20th, for the first panel in our three-part series on the Nuts and Bolts of Encryption. We'll be discussing what encryption is, how it works, and the various ways that it's used every day. We’ll also do a hands-on activity to demonstrate the simple principle behind encryption.

Panelists include:

  • Joseph Hall, Center for Democracy and Technology
  • Billy Easley, Americans for Prosperity
  • Ferras Vinh, Mozilla
  • Kate Tummarello, Engine

Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2237. Lunch from SUNdeVICH will be provided!

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Rayburn House Office Building

45 Independence Avenue Southwest

Room 2237

Washington, DC 20515

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