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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Keynote: How International Politics Has Come to Cyberspace
Meeting: NANOG69
Date / Time: 2017-02-06 10:30am - 11:15am
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Room: Independence Ballroom A (5B Level)
Presenters: Speakers:

Catherine Lotrionte, Georgetown University

Dr. Catherine Lotrionte is the Director of the CyberProject in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, where she teaches and writes on international and national security law, international affairs and technology. At Georgetown she founded the CyberProject in 2008, focusing on the role of international and domestic law in recent and emerging developments in the proliferation of weapons, technology and threats.
Abstract: Dr. Catherine Lotrionte

Over the past two decades, governments and non-state actors have become increasingly sophisticated in their attacks on the digital systems that states depend on for essential services, economic prosperity and security. Such breaches have threatened critical infrastructure, intellectual property, privacy of users’ data, important national security information and government personnel data. Because of the advances in technology and the increasing dependency on cyberspace, the issue of cybersecurity and the need for rules and common approaches to it are becoming an increasingly important issue. Today, governments and non-state actors are utilizing cyberspace to act out their geopolitical differences and to promote their political objectives. This talk will discuss the international political “playbook” that is only beginning to emerge among states with international and national discussions about cyber attacks and how to respond to them.
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NANOG69 Abstracts

  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Security Track
    Speakers:
    Jesse Sowell.
    Krassimir Tzvetanov, Fastly; Allan Friedman.
    Tim April.
    Paul Ebersman, Comcast; Christian Dawson, i2Coalition; Ron Winward, Radware;
  • Are We There Yet?
    Speakers:
    Yossi Gilad, Boston University and MIT; Avichai Cohen.
    Amir Herzberg.
    Michael Schapira.
    Haya Shulman.
  • Are We There Yet?
    Speakers:
    Yossi Gilad, Boston University and MIT; Avichai Cohen.
    Amir Herzberg.
    Michael Schapira.
    Haya Shulman.
  • Are We There Yet?
    Speakers:
    Yossi Gilad, Boston University and MIT; Avichai Cohen.
    Amir Herzberg.
    Michael Schapira.
    Haya Shulman.
  • Are We There Yet?
    Speakers:
    Yossi Gilad, Boston University and MIT; Avichai Cohen.
    Amir Herzberg.
    Michael Schapira.
    Haya Shulman.
  • Are We There Yet?
    Speakers:
    Yossi Gilad, Boston University and MIT; Avichai Cohen.
    Amir Herzberg.
    Michael Schapira.
    Haya Shulman.
  • Why Go?
    Speakers:
    James BoswellCharter Communications; .

 

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