Cyber Security and U.S. Foreign Policy:
Addressing Strategic and Policy Priorities in the New Administration
A George D. Schwab Foreign Policy Briefing
Friday, March 19, 2021 | 10:00 - 11:00am (ET)
Meeting to be held virtually via Zoom
Resident Senior Fellow
President, Foundation Board, Global Forum on Cyber Expertise
Former State Department Coordinator for Cyber Issues
Nonresident Scholar, Cyber Policy Initiative
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The first weeks of the Biden-Harris Administration have marked a turning point in many areas of U.S. foreign policy. One area that has received significant attention, in part due to the recent SolarWinds hack, is cyber security, for which the new Administration has announced an urgent initiative to improve the nation's capability, readiness and resilience, as well as its commitment to defending the nation against cyberattacks. Join the NCAFP as we host a distinguished panel that will discuss the policy implications of the SolarWinds attack, and the overall direction of U.S. policy relevant to cybersecurity in the Biden Administration.
The event will be conducted via the video conferencing platform Zoom, which works on PC, Mac, or mobile devices. You do not need to create an account to use it. Guests will have the option to join the meeting through the Zoom application, or by calling in by phone.
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This event is open to NCAFP Members and the public.
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