From Attribution to Accountability: Upholding International Rules Online

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Amid escalating conflict between states online, public attributions of cyber incidents are increasingly important for promoting accountability around international expectations. This session will explore how governments and the private sector can respectively improve their public attribution efforts and ensure that they are working cooperatively to advance respect for international rules online.

Megan Stifel


Chief Strategy Officer, Institute for Security and Technology

Liesyl Franz


Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Cyberspace Security, US Dept of State | Cyberspace and Digital Policy Bureau

Amy Hogan-Burney


Associate Counsel and General Manager, Cybersecurity Policy & Protection, Microsoft

Jonathan Horowitz


Legal Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross

William Middleton


Cyber Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

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