Following the San Bernadino shooting, the FBI has scrambled to learn as much about the crime as possible. But Apple's refusal to help the bureau unlock one of the shooter's iPhones has stoked the national conversation about the role that tech companies play in national security, and the boundaries of how far law enforcement can probe.
- Candy Alexander, New Hampshire-based cybersecurity consultant and a member of the board of directors of the Information Systems Security Association
- Susan Hennessey, national security fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. She also is the Managing Editor of the Lawfare blog, and a former lawyer for the NSA.