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How do current cybersecurity frameworks hold up to the challenges of the future? What are the potential gaps in our knowledge? What are the possible courses of action for governments, citizens, and the private sector?
This session will explore these questions and other major themes that emerged from a series of cybersecurity workshops held in the Middle East, North America, Europe, Africa, and South Asia over the past year. The workshops, which engaged participants from academic, intelligence, military, political, and private sector backgrounds, were based on exploring four scenarios and points of view about the cybersecurity problem set in 2030.
This event will offer you a unique opportunity to gain insight into how key practitioners and experts around the world view the evolution of cybersecurity, including their perspective on how US policy-makers and other regional actors might react. Participants will glimpse key issues shaping global cybersecurity strategy in the coming years: what choices will be required; what values may emerge; what collaborations may form; and what important new tensions and disagreements should be expected.
A virtual seminar featuring:
- Dawn Thomas, Co-Director of CNA’s Center for Emergency Management and Operations and Director of the Center of Critical Incident Analysis, Security and Safety Division, CNA Institute for Public Research (IPR)
- Ann Cleaveland, Executive Director for the Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity
- Alison Vernon, Senior Research Scientist, Organizations, Roles, and Missions Program, Operational Warfighting Division, CNA
- Alan Cohn, Partner at Steptoe & Johnson LLP
with introductions by:
- David Kaufman, Vice President and Director, Security and Safety Division, CNA Institute for Public Research
Format & Registration
This event is open to the public, but registration is required. Registrants will receive instructions for connecting to the webinar within 48 hours and 2 hours prior to the event. Please contact CNA_NSS@cna.org if you have any questions.