On behalf of the Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, within the Digital Forensic Research Lab, please join us for a panel discussion on the US National Cybersecurity Strategy (NCS) on Thursday, April 6, from 10:15 am to 12:00 pm ET at the Atlantic Council’s headquarters and will be streamed virtually.
The panel discussion will feature and Kemba Walden, Acting National Cyber Director for the Office of the National Cyber Director at the White House; Jen Easterly, Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency at the United States Department of Homeland Security, Amb. Nathaniel Fick, Ambassador at Large for Cyberspace and Digital Policy at the United States Department of State; and Marshall Miller, Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General at the United States Department of Justice, as they discuss and answer questions on the US’ latest cyber strategy.
Following the panel, Craig Newmark, Founder, Craigslist and Craig Newmark Philanthropies and Creator of the Cyber Civil Defense Initiative as well as Graham Brookie, Senior Director, Digital Forensic Research Lab, Atlantic Council will unpack the conversation and discuss the Civil Cyber Defense Initiative and how it, and philanthropic activity in this space more broadly, can engage with and support or expand on the priorities laid out in the national cybersecurity strategy.
We hope you can join us as we explore pertinent questions about what the NCS offers to the public, how it recalibrates risk management in cyberspace, and how it will be implemented.
Acting National Cyber Director, Office of the National Cyber Director
Executive Office of the President of the United States
Director, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
United States Department of Homeland Security
Amb. Nathaniel C. Fick
US Ambassador at Large, Cyberspace and Digital Policy
United States Department of State
Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General
United States Department of Justice
Craigslist and Craig Newmark Philanthropies;
Cyber Civil Defense Initiative
The Atlantic Council’s Cyber Statecraft Initiative, under the Digital Forensic Research Lab (DFRLab), works at the nexus of geopolitics and cybersecurity to craft strategies to help shape the conduct of statecraft and to better inform and secure users of technology.