Everyone is invited to attend this half-day event on the topic of Cybersecurity as a National Security Interest. Speakers will address the domestic and international implications of cybersecurity breaches, legislation and reform, as well as the technological aspects of cybersecurity in international law. The event will be divided into three panels:
(1) Life as a Cybersecurity Practitioner (9:20 a.m.)
(2) Online Manipulation and Surveillance as a National Security Threat (10:25 a.m.), and
(3) Technology's Effects on Cybersecurity—International and Beyond (1:15 p.m.).
Anyone is welcome to attend the full event or stop by for one of the panels. This event is supported by the Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science & Applications, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, and John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology and Values.
View the poster for additional information and panel participants.