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Oversharing? How Much Should Government be Telling Us About Cybersecurity Risks?
Washington, D.C.

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

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Cyber-securing the Nation
Washington, D.C.

What is the role of state and local governments in (cyber)securing the nation?

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Cyber Insecurity
Washington, D.C.

This panel explores a set of emerging cybersecurity policy tools that distinctly partner public and private sectors

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Cybersecurity in the Asia-Pacific
Washington, D.C.

Dr. Tobias Feakin discusses cybersecurity challenges facing the Asia-Pacific region

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Cybersecurity Across North America
Washington, D.C.

A discussion on enhancing cybersecurity policies across Canada, Mexico, and the United States

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Rise of the Machines
Washington, D.C.

Rise of the Machines author Thomas Rid discusses the intersection of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity

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Cybersecurity Initiative Business – Policy Roundtable #12
Washington, D.C.

We discuss the evolving role of CTIIC with Tonya Ugoretz of the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center

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SOCIAL CINEMA @ NEW AMERICA
Zero Days
New York, NY

According to a new film by Alex Gibney, crippling malware may be the new standard in national security.

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Cybersecurity Initiative Business – Policy Roundtable #11
Washington, D.C.

We discuss the market for malware and the dark web with New America fellow Dr. Paulo Shakarian.

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Understanding the Future of Cyber Threat Intelligence
Washington, D.C.

Learn how Cyber Threat Intelligence can help businesses and government agencies combat risk.

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Cybersecurity Initiative Business-Policy Roundtable #10
Washington, D.C.

BlackEnergy with New America Fellow Robert M. Lee

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Guarding the Grid
Washington, D.C.

Protecting the power grid from today's cyber threats has become one of the nation's top national security issues.

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