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Cybersecurity: Law, Privacy, and Warfare in a Digital World

Cybersecurity: Law, Privacy, and Warfare in a Digital World

Friday, March 4th
12:00pm – 6:30pm
Harvard Law School, Hauser 104
View video archive at http://harvardnsj.org/live/

Lunch Provided

12:00-1:00: The Future of the Internet – A Lunchtime Debate

Jonathan Zittrain – Professor, Harvard Law School and Professor of Computer Science, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Stewart Baker – Former General Counsel, National Security Agency

1:15-2:45: Privacy Concerns in Cybersecurity Panel

Kevin Bankston – Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Dr. Joel Brenner – Former National Counterintelligence Executive

Dr. Richard Falkenrath – Principal, Chertoff Group and former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor

David Hoffman – Director of Security and Privacy Policy, Intel Corporation

Susan Landau – Elizabeth S. and Richard M. Cashin Fellow, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Moderator

3:00-4:30: Defense and Deterrence in Cybersecurity and Cyberwarfare Panel

Steven Chabinsky – Deputy Assistant Director, Cyber Division, FBI

Duncan Hollis – Associate Professor of Law, Temple University Beasley School of Law

Martin Libicki – Senior Management Scientist, RAND Corporation

Noah Shachtman – Contributing Editor, Wired magazine and Non-resident Fellow, Brookings Institution

Eric Rosenbach – Adjunct Lecturer and Director of National Security Project, Harvard Kennedy School, Moderator

5:00-6:30: Keynote Address by Steven G. Bradbury

Former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel

Sponsored by the Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy Fund

Image courtesy of Atlantic Council

6 Comments

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  2. Over here at Syracuse College of Law, we have reserved a room with a projector and a group will be watching the webcast live. Like you, we’ll be having lunch, too, but just pizza. Looking forward to the event.
    http://insct.syr.edu

  3. Is there an archived version of this available to be viewed?

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