Cybersecurity is a key Congressional issue and with new House leadership plus divided government, what might actually get done is the question. The panel will discuss areas such as nation-state and supply chain threats, federal network protection, critical infrastructure defense and social media weaponization. The panel will consider Congress’s role and if the private sector should take actions on its own.
1: Understand the key technology issues facing Congress and the potential for legislative action.
2: Get insight into how key Capitol Hill staff see these technology issues and think about them.
3: Explore how technologists and innovators might help Congress understand these issues better.
Founder & Executive Director, National Security Institute & Assistant Professor of Law and Director, National Security Law & Policy Program, George Mason University Law School
National Security Advisor, Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee
Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Cybersecurity, Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee
Subcommittee Director, Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection, and Innovation Committee on Homeland Security
Subcommittee Staff Director for the Minority, Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection and Innovation Subcommittee, Committee on Homeland Security
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