February 11, 2015 / 10:42 PM / 5 years ago

Factbox: White House cybersecurity summit draws big CEO crowd

(Reuters) - President Barack Obama heads to Stanford University in Palo Alto, California on Friday for a White House summit on cybersecurity, one of his top national security legislative priorities for his second term.

Obama wants to build support for efforts to better protect against cyber threats and share more information about cyber attacks.

The day-long event will bring together top officials from the tech and financial services sectors with top Obama administration officials and privacy and civil liberties groups.

Obama is slated to speak at 11:15 a.m. PST on Friday (1915 GMT). Here are other speakers on the agenda:


Tim Cook, CEO, Apple

Renee James, President, Intel

Aaron Levie, CEO, Box

Dan Schulman, CEO, PayPal

Mark Kelsey, CEO, LexisNexis

Scott Charney, Vice President, Microsoft

Eric Grosse, Vice President, Google

Alex Stamos, CISO, Yahoo

Joe Sullivan, CISO, Facebook

    Michael Brown, CEO, Symantec

Kevin Mandia, Chief Operating Officer, FireEye

Mark McLaughlin, CEO, Palo Alto Networks

Melodie Hildebrandt, Global head of cyber security, Palantir

Michelle Zatlyn, Co-Founder, CloudFlare

Stina Ehrensvard, CEO, Yubico

Blake Hall, CEO, ID.me


Kenneth Chenault, CEO, American Express

Ajay Banga, CEO, Mastercard

Peter Hancock, CEO, AIG

Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America

Richard Davis, Chairman and CEO, US Bancorp

Charles Scharf, CEO, Visa

John Ikard, CEO, FirstBank


Bernard Tyson, CEO, Kaiser Permanente

Alexander Gourlay, President, Walgreens

Mike George, CEO, QVC

Anthony Earley Jr, CEO, Pacific Gas & Electric


Lisa Monaco, National Security Council

Jeff Zients, National Economic Council

Jeh Johnson, Secretary, Homeland Security

Penny Pritzker, Secretary, Commerce

Sarah Bloom Raskin, Deputy Secretary, Treasury

Alejandro Mayorkas, Deputy Secretary, Homeland Security

Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, Deputy Secretary, Energy

Maria Contreras-Sweet, U.S. Small Business Administration

Leslie Caldwell, Assistant Attorney General

Joseph Demarest, Assistant Director, FBI

Michael Daniel, White House cybersecurity coordinator

Willie May, National Institute of Standards and Technology

John Holdren, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Ed Lowery, U.S. Secret Service

Matt Olsen, former director, National Counterterrorism Center


Jamie Saunders, Director, National Cyber Crime Unit, United Kingdom National Crime Agency

Bilal Sen, United Nations Office of Drug and Crime

Reporting by Roberta Rampton; Editing by David Gregorio

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