Cybersecurity Rubicon: Is US Domestic and Foreign Cyber-Policy on Track


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US cyber-policy has faced a significant set of challenges in the last two years. How the country responds to the growing threats will shape its diplomatic, military and economic power. With the stakes this high, is the US getting it right? Join a panel of experts who have worked within the DoD, NIST and White House on these issues to discuss where policy is headed and its success rate.

Learning Objectives:
1: Understand the efficacy of currently policy efforts.
2: Experience the conflicts of interest when policy is discussed.
3: Learn the factors that have led to the current state of play.

Pre-Requisites:
Basic understanding of US policy in cyberspace. Knowing the main institutions involved and their responsibilities will make following the conversation easier.

Participants
Sam Curry

Participant

Chief Security Officer, Cybereason

Mieke Eoyang

Participant

Vice President for the National Security Program, Third Way

Christopher Painter

Participant

Coordinator for Cyber Issues, State Department

Ari Schwartz

Participant

Managing Director for Cybersecurity Services, Venable

Kiersten Todt

Participant

Chief of Staff, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency

threat management law government regulations ethics cyber warfare & cyber weapons


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