Cyberwar Game: Behind Closed Doors with the National Security Council


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The country is under a serious cyberattack with national consequences, an attack possibly launched by a hostile nation. The president needs to understand the danger and options to consider. Are we at war? Should the military be in charge? How should the government respond and how can it help the private sector? What are our options? This session will give you an insider’s view of a national-level crisis response.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn how experts think when responding to a national cyber-crisis.
2: Learn about crisis management.
3: Understand inter-government and industry cooperation.

Participants
Dmitri Alperovitch

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Chairman, Silverado Policy Accelerator

Eric Rosenbach

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Co-Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Jason Healey

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Senior Research Scholar, Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs

Joan O'Hara

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Acting National Security Advisor, Vice President of the United States

John Carlin

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Chair, Cyber & Technology Program, The Aspen Institute

Suzanne Spaulding

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Senior Advisor, CSIS

Analytics Intelligence & Response

cyber warfare & cyber weapons cyberterrorism government spying hackers & threats incident response threat intelligence critical infrastructure


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