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Speaking Engagements

2020

  1. 04 January, Privacy Professor Podcast, VoiceAmerica, “Diving into the Darknet“.
  2. 09 January, HTCIA Silicon Valley, Los Gatos, CA
  3. 11-13 March, ISS World Middle East, Dubai, U.A.E. ISSWorld Middle East
  4. 24-30 March, Chappell University CORE-IT, Virtual
  5. 09 June, Same Same But Tech Podcast, Simplecast, "Dark Web is like the Bad Part of Town (featuring Tor Project + the IRS)"
  6. 22-26 June, National Child Protection Task Force, 2020 Virtual Conference
  7. 26 June, InSecurity Podcast, Blackberry, "Isn't the Dark Net for Criminals?"
  8. 30 July, DarkOwl/Carahsoft, "Investigations on the Darknet"

 

2019

  1. 22-23 January, Forum International de la Cybersécurité, Lille, France. FIC-FORUM
  2. 04 March, AGC’s 15th West Coast Information Security & Broader Technology Growth Conference, San Francisco, CA USA. AGC Partners
  3. 11-13 March, ISS World Middle East, Dubai, U.A.E. ISSWorld Middle East
  4. 23-26 April, California District Attorneys Association, San Diego, CA USA
  5. 07-09 May, HTCIA Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA USA.
  6. 09 May NW3C Webinar, Virginia, USA
  7. 14 May Colorado ECTF, Denver, USA.
  8. 16 May California Association of Criminalists, Oakland, CA USA.
  9. 28-30 May, ISS World Europe, Prague, Czech Republic. ISSWord Europe
  10. 17 August, Pandemic: Angry Planet, Washington, DC USA
  11. 04-06 September, ISS World America, Washington, DC USA
  12. 10 September, Carahsoft Webinar, Washington, DC USA
  13. 22-25 September, HTCIA International Conference, Chicago, IL USA
  14. 13-15 October, OSMOSISCON, Orlando, FL USA
  15. 03-05 December, ISS World Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  16. 12 December, Boston Global Forum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA USA

 

2018

  1. 08 February, HTCIA, Bay Area/San Francisco, CA. HTCIA
  2. 20 February, ISS World Webcast, De-Anonymizing TOR and Darknet Operations: “Low-Tech” Options for Law Enforcement
  3. 28 February, Denver Business Series – Prospects of Blockchain, Denver, CO. Denver Business Series
  4. 12-14 March, ISS World Middle East, Dubai, U.A.E. ISS World Middle East
  5. 19-21 March, California District Attorneys Association, Keynote Speaker
  6. 19 April, Merchant Risk Council, Connects NYC
  7. 08-10 May, HTCIA, Bay Area/San Francisco, CA. HTCIA
  8. 16 May, AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium, Baltimore, MD. AFCEA
  9. 22-25 May, California District Attorneys Association, National Cryptocurrency and Dark Web Symposium, Newport Beach, CA.
  10. 05-07 June, ISS World Europe, Prague, CZ. ISS World Europe
  11. 24 July, ISSA International Web Conference. Trials and Tribulations of Social Engineering.
  12. 19-22 August, HTCIA International, Washington, DC. HTCIA International Conference
  13. 05-07 September, ISS World Washington DC. ISS World America
  14. 07-09 October, OSMOSISCON, Las Vegas, NV. OSMOSISCON
  15. 26-29 November, Private Event, Singapore.
  16. 04-06 December, ISS World Asia Pacific, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. ISS World AP
 

2017

  1. 31 January, DDOS Attacks! Panelist, San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by Cloudflare and Gandi.net, The Root Zone
  2. 05-08 February, CableLabs Winter Conference, Orlando, FL. Panelist on “The Darknet”, documentary film subject, and workshop on “DarkNet Technologies”. http://www.cablelabs.com/event/winter-conference-2017/
  3. 08 February Interview with CableLabs CEO. How The Dark Web Affects Security Readiness in the Cable Industry
  4. 13-17 February, RSA 2017 Conference, San Francisco, CA. Speaker on Tracking Darknet
  5. 20-21 April, European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), Lisbon, Portugal. Private event around cryptomarkets, darknets, and the drug trade. Press Release
  6. 11-13 September, ISS World Americas, Bethesda, MD. Speaker on Darknet Investigations
  7. 10-14 October, IT-SA, IT Security Expo and Congress, Nuremburg, Germany. Keynote Speaker. IT-SA
  8. 05-07 December, ISS World Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Speaker on Darknet Investigations

2016

  1. 12 May, Inside the Dark Web, New York City, NY. Keynote on Exploring the Dark Nets. https://blog.lewman.is/2016/05/26/presentation-from-inside-dark-web/
  2. 06 October, Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, Microsoft NERD Center, Cambridge, MA. Keynote on Innovation and Cybersecurity. https://blog.lewman.is/2016/11/14/masstlc-keynote-presentation/
  3. 01-04 November, Blackhat Europe, London, UK. Speech on Narcos, Counterfeiters and Scammers: An Approach to Visualize Illegal Markets, and Panel on Understanding Cybercrime. https://www.blackhat.com/eu-16/speakers/Andrew-Lewman.html
  4. 12 December, Boston Global Forum. Invited speaker. http://bostonglobalforum.org/2016/12/global-cybersecurity-day-2016-welcome-new-speakers-and-discussants-to-joint-our-event/

2014

  1. 09 February, Privacy SOS CryptoParty at NorthEastern University, Boston, MA. Keynote on Internet Freedom.
  2. 01 March, Countersurveillance DiscoTech, MIT, Cambridge, MA. Panelist on Online Privacy.
  3. 04 March, Boston Network Users Group Meeting, Microsoft, Burlington, MA. Keynote on Internet Freedom and Privacy.
  4. 01-04 April, Civil Rights Defenders, Defender’s Days, Stockholm, Sweden. Panelist on Internet Privacy and Freedom. Speech on Tor and Internet Safety.
  5. 27-29 May, Stockholm Internet Forum, Stockholm, Sweden. Speech on Tor and Internet Freedom.
  6. 21-23 October, Broadband World Forum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Keynote on Internet Freedom and Encryption.
  7. October, European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), Lisbon, Portugal. Keynote on the DarkNet.

2013

  1. 26-27 April, New England Give Camp, Waltham, MA. Topic: Tor and Online Safety.
  2. 01 May, Meeting the Needs of Child Trafficking Survivors, The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in partnership with ACCT & Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women, Baltimore, MD. Invited remarks on the Internet and Child Trafficking.
  3. 09-10 October, SECURE Poland, Warsaw, Poland. Keynote Speech on Tor, Internet Freedom and Privacy.

2012

  1. 02 February, Consent of the Networked, MIT, Cambridge, MA. Panelist on Commercialization of the Internet and Human Rights.
  2. 05 February, BBC Radio 5 Investigates, London, UK. Invited speaker/panelist about the Darknet.
  3. 19 March, IEEE Boston Chapter, Lincoln, MA. Invited speaker on Internet Freedom, Tor, Encryption, and The Future of the Internet.
  4. 24-25 March, LibrePlanet 2012, Boston, MA. Topic: Internet Freedom and You.
  5. 28 March, 101 Photos for Press Freedom: 25th Anniversary of Reporters without Borders, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. Invited remarks about press freedom and the Internet.
  6. 18 April, Stockholm Internet Forum, Stockholm, Sweden. Panelist on the Internet and Arab Spring. Speech about Tor, Freedom, and the Future.
  7. 11-12 June, Personal Democracy Forum, New York City, NY. Topic: Peer-to-Peer, both online and off. Panelist on Surveillance and Activism.
  8. 17-19 June, Knight Civic Media Conference, MIT, Cambridge, MA. Topic: Tor and Civic Media.
  9. 05-06 July, Florence Hackfest, University of Florence, Florence, Italy. Speeches on Tor for research, activism, and online safety.

 

2011

  1. 15 January, Tor/MIT Hackfest, Cambridge, MA. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  2. 19 February, Tor/MIT Hackfest, Cambridge, MA. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  3. 24 February, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  4. 01 March, Democracy, Dissent, and Digital Media in the Arab World, Center for International Media Assistance, Washington, DC. Speech on Tor for Human Rights and Internet Freedom. Two panels.
  5. 07 March, London Internet Security & Privacy Workshop, School of Oriental and Asian Studies, University College of London, London, UK. 2 speeches, Introduction to Tor, Tor for Freedom.
  6. 19 March, LibrePlanet 2011, Boston, MA. Topic: Tor for Freedom and Privacy Online.
  7. 20 April, Internet, Dissent and Authoritarianism: Control and Resistance in an Era of Social Media, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden. Keynote: Tor and the Arab Spring.
  8. 02 May, World Press Freedom Day, Newseum, Washington, DC. Recorded by CNN/MSNBC. Panelist on Internet Freedom, Censorship, and the Future of the Internet.
  9. 11 May, International Modern Media Institute, Reykjavik, Iceland. Topic: Internet Freedom, Censorship, and You.
  10. 12 May, Lögreglan (National Police of Iceland), Reykjavik, Iceland. Topic: Tor for Law Enforcement and CyberSecurity.
  11. 12 May, Beer and Crypto, Hakkavélin, Reykjavik, Iceland. Topic: Tor for your freedom online.
  12. 14 May, Stockholm Hackfest, .SE, Stockholm, Sweden. Topic: Human Rights, Internet Freedom, and You.
  13. 16 May, University College of London, London, UK. Topic: Internet Freedom and Your Research.
  14. 23-26 May, Allied Media Conference, Detroit, MI. Topic: Tor, Organization, and Action.
  15. 08 August, National Network to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference, Washington, DC. Topic: Technology and Internet Safety.
  16. 25-26 October, Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. Panelist on Internet Freedom and Access.
  17. 28-29 November, Internet Privacy at International Institute of Communications, Toronto, CA. Panelist on Internet Freedom and Privacy.

 

2010

  1. 04-05 February, EDRI: Capacity Building Event, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium. Topic: Online censorship, freedom, and access.
  2. 06 February, FOSDEM, Brussels, Belgium. Topic: Tor: Building, Growing, and Extending Online Anonymity.
  3. 19-21 March, LibrePlanet 2010, Boston, MA. Topic: Keynote on Freedom, Privacy, and the Internet.
  4. 08 June, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  5. 22-26 June, US Social Forum 2010, Philadelphia, PA. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and human rights.
  6. 02-05 August, International Conference on Cyber Security – Fordham University, NYC, NY. Topic: Tor for Law Enforcement and CyberSecurity.
  7. 12-15 October, ITSG – FBI, Denver, CO. Topic: Tor for Law Enforcement and CyberSecurity.

 

2009

  1. 21-22 February, Mobile 4 Change Barcamp, New York City, NY. Topic: Introduction to Tor
  2. 21-22 March, LibrePlanet 2009, Boston. MA Topic: Introduction to Tor
  3. 25 April, Boston Barcamp, Boston, MA. Topic: Introduction to Tor
  4. 04-05 May, International Conference on “The Soul of the New Machine: Human Rights, Technology & New Media”, UC Berkeley, CA. Topic: Tor for Human Rights and Internet Freedom.
  5. 01-04 June, Computers, Freedom, Privacy, Washington, DC. Topic: Update on Tor Project
  6. 07 July, Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA), Panelist about Arab Spring events (Live broadcast CNN, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, Xinhua), Washington, DC. Topic: Tor’s Involvement with Arab Spring.
  7. 15 July, WebInno, Boston, MA. Topic: Tor: What, Why, How?
  8. 03-07 October, SIM Initiative 2020 Vision: Setting a Long-Term Agenda for Global Media Development, Salzburg Global, Salzburg, Austria. Topic: Tor for Human Rights and Internet Freedom.
  9. 26-27 October, Access and Privacy Workshop (Broadcast by Canadian Broadcasting Corp), Ottawa, Canada. Topic: Tor, Intellectual Property, and Peer-to-Peer Networks
  10. 02-05 November, CASCON, Ottawa, Canada. Topic: Tor for Research, Freedom, and Privacy.
  11. 06-11 November, Blogfest Asia, Hong Kong S.A.R. Topic: Tor: What, Why, How?