The New Geopolitics of Cybersecurity Research


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With cybersecurity becoming an increasingly high-profile field, new risks have emerged as governments are playing out foreign policy on the backs of security companies. This talk will cover the new geopolitical risks that have emerged in the wake of decisions made by governments such as the recent US government actions against Kaspersky.

Learning Objectives:
1: Demonstrate the new risks for security researchers.
2: Discuss policy changes and the impacts those have.
3: Illustrate what the end result of these policies are and the long-term impact.

Participants
John Bambenek

Participant

Vice President for Security, Research and Intelligence, ThreatSTOP

government spying risk management security intelligence security services government regulations


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