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Thu, May 26, 2016

Cyber, extended deterrence, and NATO

Cyber is relevant in conflict as well as in lesser circumstances such as espionage and crime. This paper focuses on a conflict, both conventional and hybrid, with an adversary, such as Russia, that has advanced cyber capabilities (Tier V/VI as designated by the Defense Science Board) and includes a conflict with an improving, but less capable nation-state such as Iran.

Issue Brief by FRANKLIN D. KRAMER, ROBERT J. BUTLER, AND CATHERINE LOTRIONTE

Cybersecurity Europe & Eurasia

Mon, Apr 9, 2012

International Engagement on Cyber Pre-Conference Dinner

On April 9, 2012, Georgetown University’s Institute for Law, Science, and Global Security and the Atlantic Council co-hosted a VIP dinner for speakers and sponsors of “International Engagement in Cyberspace 2012: Establishing International Norms & Improved Cyber Security,” the second annual day-long conference to promote a dialogue between policymakers, key industry stakeholders, and academics regarding the issues, problems, and opportunities in the global commons that is cyberspace.

Event Recap by Adrienne Chuck

Cybersecurity Security & Defense

Dr. Catherine Lotrionte is a Brent Scowcroft scholar at the Atlantic Council with the Cyber Statecraft Initiative in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. She is also the founder and former director of the CyberProject at Georgetown University, where she has taught and written 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. Lotrionte previously served as counsel to the president’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board at the White House, on the Joint Inquiry Committee of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, as an assistant general counsel at the Central Intelligence Agency and in the US Department of Justice.

She is an internationally recognized expert on international law and cyber conflict and has testified before Congress and NATO on cyber issues. She has authored numerous publications on a broad array of topics, including espionage, information technology, international law, and deterrence and is a frequent speaker at cyber conferences across the globe.

Dr. Lotrionte holds an MA and PhD from Georgetown University and a JD from New York University. She served on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Cybersecurity, the Center for Strategic and International Studies Cyber Policy Task Force, the CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force on Defending an Open, Global, Secure, and Resilient Internet, and the CFR-sponsored Independent Task Force on US Policy Toward North Korea. She is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations.