Engaging Internationally in Support of Cybersecurity for Critical Functions


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Managing cyber-risks to critical functions require robust international cooperation between government and industry. This panel will reflect on recent events that highlight the need for government and industry cooperation to manage systemic risk and explore the ways that governments and private sector need to organize and act to mitigate the risks to critical national infrastructure.

Learning Objectives:
1: Learn how governments are working together with the private sector to reduce cyber-risks.
2: Understand the challenges governments face working internationally to manage cyber-risks.
3: Find out how the private sector can assist the government to reduce risks to critical functions.

Participants
Catherine Lotrionte

Director, Institute for Law, Science and Global Security, Georgetown University

Cheri McGuire

Non-Resident Scholar, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Jeanette Manfra

Assistant Director for Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Department of Homeland Security

Leo Simonovich

VP and Global Head, Industrial Cyber & Digital Security, Siemens Energy

Paul Maddinson

Counsellor Digital Security, British Embassy, Washington

risk management Internet of Things infrastructure security incident response government regulations


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