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Tue, Jun 23, 2020

Event recap: New approaches to trust in manufacturing

On Tuesday, June 16, 2020, the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center and Nanotronics hosted Dr. Joseph Bonivel Jr., Subject Matter Expert at the US Department of Defense, Mr. Donald Codling, President of Codling Group International, Dr. Andrea Little Limbago, Vice President of Research and Analysis at Interos Inc., and Ms. Roberta Stempfley, Director of the CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon University, for a virtual private round table about the future of trust in manufacturing. The event was co-hosted by Mr. Matthew Putman, Cofounder and CEO of Nanotronics, and Dr. David Bray, Director of the GeoTech Center at the Atlantic Council.

Event Recap by Henry Westerman

Cybersecurity Digital Policy

Tue, Apr 21, 2020

On viral infections online and in the real world

Cybersecurity often gets reduced to breaches and hacking, but the world has witnessed multiple pandemics in cyberspace and could learn more about response to exponential events.

New Atlanticist by Simon Handler

Coronavirus Cybersecurity

Tue, Jan 28, 2020

The 2010s: A cyber decade in review

The past ten years have, among other things, witnessed the most-costly cyberattack on record, the discovery of a computer worm capable of wreaking physical destruction, and USCYBERCOM’s elevation to unified combatant command status. As we turn the page to 2020, we’re looking back to recap the most significant, overblown, and emergent cyber incidents of the decade.

New Atlanticist by Simon Handler

Cybersecurity

Bobbie Stempfley is the Director of Carnegie Mellon University’s CERT Division in the Software Engineering Institute, as well as a leader in the field of security and the use of technology to support the public’s interests. In her 20+ years of public service at DOD, DHS and MITRE Corporation, she has focused on strategy and driving transformation in organizations allowing her to develop an understanding of the exquisite possibilities at the crossroads of strategy, policy and technology. She serves on the boards of the Cyber Diversity Foundation and the Armed Forces Enterprise Infrastructure, and on the Global Cyber Alliance Technical Advisory Committee. Her passion is in increasing resilience through diversity and collaboration.

She has a B.S. in engineering mathematics from the University of Arizona and an M.S. in computer science from James Madison.