Bringing a Knife to a Gun Fight: Are US Cybersecurity Efforts Working?


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In this session, technology industry leaders will join current/former high ranking DOJ and FBI officials to debate the legal and policy implications of allowing companies to take offensive cyber-measures, new and evolving cyberthreats, and when the US should be taking actions in the physical world—from shaming to sanctions to kinetic attacks—to deter and punish malicious cyber-activities.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn cyber-deterrent efforts and challenges of keeping up with evolving threats.
2: Explore the pros/cons of combating cyber-malfeasance with physical world action.
3: Understand the merits and legalities of US companies going on the cyber-offensive.
Participants
Monika Bickert

Participant

Head of Global Policy Management at Facebook, Facebook

John Carlin

Participant

Chair, Cyber & Technology Program, The Aspen Institute

Shawn Henry

Participant

CSO and President of Services, CrowdStrike

Emily Mossburg

Participant

Advisory Principal, Deloitte

Jeffrey Tricoli

Participant

Section Chief, Senior Executive Service (SES), Federal Bureau of Investigation

cyber espionage governance risk & compliance hackers & threats social networking cyber warfare & cyber weapons


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