On December 8, the Atlantic Council and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) hosted an all-day, scenario-driven, interactive conference to discuss the day-after response to a transatlantic cyber incident held at the International Spy Museum.

During off-the-record panel sessions, representatives from various sectors, including US and foreign governments, and information and communication technology companies, discussed the impact of a given scenario, their response, and the greater national security implications.

The goal of the conference was to encourage various sectors, from countries on both sides of the Atlantic, to interact with each other and to achieve a clear understanding of what to do after a major cyber catastrophe.

This conference is generously supported by SAIC.

The Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative is funded by VeriSign.