Yale Cyber Leadership Forum: “Defending Forward? Implications for Safety, Security, and Sovereignty in Cyberspace”

Event time: 
Thursday, March 4, 2021 - 12:00pm
Zoom Session See map
Event description: 

The Yale Cyber Leadership Forum presents

Col. Gary Corn, Director, Technology, Law and Security Program and Adjunct Professor of Cyber and National Security Law, American University Washington College of Law and Suzanne Spaulding, Senior Advisor, Homeland Security, Center for Strategic and International Studies: 

Defending Forward? Implications for Safety, Security, and Sovereignty in Cyberspace.”

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The Yale Cyber Leadership Forum focuses on bridging the divide between law, technology and business in cybersecurity, exposing participants to effective approaches to recognizing, preparing for, preventing, and responding to cyber threats. The Forum brings together a diverse set of thought leaders, including practitioners from leading law firms, cybersecurity technology experts, policy experts and academics working at the cutting edge of cybersecurity.

The 2021 Forum, “Bridging the Divide: Sovereignty in Cyberspace?”, will be a seven-part series of virtual discussions taking place between February 4 and April 29 and will explore how state and non-state actors increasingly use cyberspace to influence and interfere in the domestic affairs of other countries and their citizens.

Recommended Readings
1. “Defending Forward”: Implications for Safety, Security, and Sovereignty in Cyberspace
2. “Defending Forward” in Healthcare: Supplementing Cyber Strategy
3. The Collateral Frictions of “Defending Forward”

Free but register in advance
Open to: 
General Public