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The transatlantic relationship on cybersecurity policy is experiencing new headwinds about the widening deployment of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and 5G. There has rarely before been a more important time for meaningful collaboration, between Poland and the United States, across the EU and US, and between the public and private sectors. Renewed alliances can provide the basis for a more vital and secure cyberspace and help manage novel threats to public safety and political stability.

The conference will feature cybersecurity experts from the United States, Poland, and the broader transatlantic community in a collection of exclusive talks, conversational panels, and keynote speeches. Cloud computing will feature prominently as experts from both sides of the Atlantic assemble to discuss issues of adoption by the private and public sector, new security responsibilities, and cloud’s intersection with other emerging technologies including 5G.

The conference will convene stakeholders from across the cyber, innovation, defense and foreign policy communities to build a new agenda to address the digital and security challenges facing the transatlantic community.

Should you require special accommodations for a disability, please contact Simon Handler of the Cyber Statecraft Initiative at [email protected].


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