Oversharing? How Much Should Government be Telling Us About Cybersecurity Risks?

When

January 31, 2017

9:00 am - 10:30 am

Where

New America

740 15th St NW #900

Washington, D.C. 20005

What intervention can and should the federal government make available to others to help empower defense against cyber intrusions?

The Russian intrusions associated with the 2016 presidential elections have reinvigorated the debate on this issue—including among cybersecurity experts. In light of the government's response to the intrusions, New America's own Robert M. Lee and Dave Weinstein have both come out publicly with well-argued but contrasting visions of the wisdom and utility of that response.

At this event, Weinstein and Lee will join with other experts from the cybersecurity community to consider what the incoming administration can and should be releasing to help make America more cyber-secure.

Follow the conversation online with #IntelOvershare and @NewAmCyber.

Panelists:

Susan Hennessey @Susan_Hennessey
Managing Editor, Lawfare
Fellow in Governance Studies, Brookings Institute

Robert M. Lee @RobertMLee
CEO and Founder of Dragos, Inc.
Cybersecurity Initiative Fellow, New America

Dave Weinstein @jerzcyber
Chief Technology Officer of New Jersey
Cybersecurity Initiative Fellow, New America

Moderator:

Terry Roberts
Founder and President of WhiteHawk, Inc.
Cybersecurity Initiative Fellow, New America