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Conference Looks at Ways to Strengthen Transatlantic Cybersecurity

Washington, DC
Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Experts and government officials from the U.S. and European Union discuss ways to strengthen transatlantic cyber security at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington.

Commissioner for Home Affairs of the European Commission Cecilia Malmström speaks about European cyber security strategy, followed by Homeland Security Dept. Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute who discusses U.S. strategies.

Germany's Federal Minister of the Interior Hans-Peter Friedrich also speaks on international cooperation for regulating cyberspace.

Panel discussions then examine transatlantic cooperation, cyber crime and coordinating comprehensive cyber policy.

Participants include: Dept. of State Senior Cyber Policy Advisor Thomas Dukes; NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General Jamie Shea; FBI Deputy Assistant Director Steven Chabinsky; Europol Assistant Director of Operations Troels Oerting; and Homeland Security Dept. Deputy Assistant Secretary Roberta Stempfley.

 

Updated: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at 11:26am (ET)

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