Cybersecurity and International Trade: The New Landscape


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Regulations increasingly reflect the reality that information security is a global affair. This panel will provide an overview of three critical areas of commercial regulation related to global cybersecurity: trade agreements, export controls and non-US laws. The panel will provide status updates for each rapidly evolving area and recommendations for positive regulatory approaches.

Learning Objectives:
1: Gain an understanding of global trends in commercial cybersecurity regulation.
2: Understand the practical impact on cybersecurity companies, researchers and activities.
3: Learn ongoing efforts and opportunities to protect beneficial cybersecurity activity.

Participants
Cristin Goodwin

Participant

Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft

Danielle Kriz

Participant

Sr. Director, Global Policy, Palo Alto Networks

Harley Geiger

Participant

Senior Director of Public Policy, Rapid7

John Miller

Participant

Senior Vice President for Policy and General Counsel, Information Technology Industry Council

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