Monday, March 31, 2014
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Larry Walker Room, Rusk Hall, 4th Floor, Univ. of Georgia School of Law, Athens, GA
Cybersecurity and National Defense: Building a Public-Private Partnership
Panel discussions on international cybersecurity law and policy issues with experts from th Executive Branch, Capitol Hill, academia, and the corporate sector. The first panel will discuss the national security risks that cyber issues present both to the public and to private sectors. The second panel will address the question of collaboration between government and the affected businesses. This conference is co-sponsored by the law school's Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy and the University of Georgia's School of Public and International Affairs.
Invited participants include:
Panel 1: (1.5 CLE credits)
Quentin E. Hodgson, Chief of Staff for Cyber Policy, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Jamil Jaffer, Adjunct Professor of Law and Director, Homeland and National Security Law Program, George Mason University Law School
Clete D. Johnson, Chief Counsel for Cybersecurity, Federal Communications Commission
Victoria Woodbine, Foreign and Security Policy Group, British Embassy, Washington, D.C.
Panel 2: (1.5 CLE credits)
Adam Golodner, Director of Global Security and Tech Policy at Cisco Sytems, Inc.
Colonel (Ret) Barry Hensley, Exec. Director, Counter Threat Unit, Dell SecureWorks
Andrea Matwyshyn, Asst. Professor, Legal Studies and Business Ethics, Wharton School, Univ. of Pennsylvania; Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Policy Planning, Federal Trade Commission
Jacob Olcott, Principal, Good Harbor Security Risk Management, LLC
Please register for this conference if you plan to attend (free).
CLE credits available for $15 plus $5 per CLE credit hour. Please pay by check upon arrival.
Dr. Laura Kagel