Nation-State Cyberthreats and the Upcoming 2020 Election: Disinformation Abounds


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Jun. 4, 2020 | Nation-State Cyberthreats and the Upcoming 2020 Election: Disinformation Abounds

The 2020 US Presidential elections are less than six months away. Experts are tracking an increasing cadence of threats in the form of disinformation, cyber espionage campaigns and other propaganda efforts designed to impact perceptions and outcomes, some tied to the election itself and others linked to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Join for lively discussion amongst experts about what they are seeing and how these threats might be addressed at the national, state, and private sector levels.


Contributors
Gen. Keith Alexander (Ret.)

Former Director, NSA & Founding Commander, U.S. Cyber Command & current Founder & Co-CEO IronNet Cybersecurity, IronNet

Renee DiResta

Technical Research Manager, Stanford Internet Observatory

Jamil Jaffer

Founder & Executive Director, National Security Institute & Assistant Professor of Law and Director, National Security Law & Policy Program, George Mason University Law School

Lisa Kaplan

Founder & CEO, Alethea Group

Katie Moussouris

Chief Executive Officer, Luta Security

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