Roundtable: “How Companies Can Work With U.S. Law Enforcement”
June 28, 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel
In partnership with Tel Aviv University and ACC Israel, the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare will host a forum with the cooperation of industry senior executives, leading cybersecurity experts, government and policy makers, defense officials and academics from Israel.
As part of Cyber Week, the Roundtable will focus on how global companies can respond and work with law enforcement after a security breach.
To insure the greatest degree of audience participation and dialogue, you must apply to attend. Please email email@example.com for more information.
IBM Cyber Range
(Closed door event)
IBM Cyber Range will host an active simulation; each attendee will be assigned a role and participate in a full cyber-attack simulation. In addition, this one of a kind event will include sessions on how to manage media response and prepare and handle depositions.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for attendance information.
4th Annual Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare Symposium
November 9, 2017
New York, NY
The 4th Annual Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare Symposium will feature moderated discussions around emerging cyber security issues, focusing on cyber warfare and how companies can respond to cyber-attacks by state actors. The symposium is attended by senior in-house counsel, industry leaders, business stakeholders and senior officials from domestic and foreign government agencies.
The symposium speakers represent an unparalleled group of cyber security experts with a wide variety of industry expertise and knowledge. Our panels are designed to provide attendees with forward-thinking discussion from a diverse group of experts on topical legal, policy and business cyber-security issues.
Cyber Security and Cyber Warfare: Defending Against Online Enemies
(Closed door event)
March 31, 2017
In cooperation with Congressman Jim Himes (CT-04), JLCW hosted a forum for members of Congress and congressional staff providing a high-level overview and discussion of the current state of cyber security and cyber warfare facing the private sector. There was a cyber attack simulation, followed by a discussion to understand the simulation and emerging technical threats. The panel also touched on the complex legal issues facing private corporations when responding to cyber attacks by sophisticated criminal organizations or state actors.
For more information, see: Congressional Training Flyer.
3rd Annual Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare One Day Symposium
November 3, 2016
New York, New York
The 3rd Annual Journal of Law and Cyberwarfare Symposium featured moderated discussions around emerging cyber security issues, focusing on cyber warfare and how companies can respond to cyber-attacks by State actors. The Conference also included a successful discussion with Judge Alex Kozinski, U.S. Court of Appeals from the Ninth Circuit on the intersection of privacy and cyberwarfare. The Conference was attended by senior leadership positions in legal, business, and technology at various companies that include Google, MasterCard, Pfizer, JPMC, Santander, Proctor Gamble, Schlumberger, BAE, and Estee Lauder. We were also joined by ambassadors, military, and government officials from all over the globe, as well as, leading jurists and academics in the fields of cyber security and cyberwarfare.
2nd Annual Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare One Day Symposium
November 5, 2015
New York, NY
The 2nd Annual Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare One Day Symposium returned to New York City with featured discussions relating to relevant cyber issues. The topics of discussion included how hackers infiltrate the system and what companies can do to stop them, how private companies may respond to cyber espionage and cyber attacks on their critical infrastructure, and the tools companies can utilize to protect themselves. Our distinguished panelists included the Chief Security Officer at ADP, Chief Security & Privacy Officer at Intel Corporation, and the Professor & Deputy Department Head at U.S Military Academy, West Point.
1st Annual Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare One Day Symposium
November 6, 2014
New York, NY
The 1st Annual Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare One Day Symposium promoted constructive discourse on Cyber Warfare/Terrorism amongst leaders from a comprehensive range of sectors, such as NGOs, government, tech, commercial, military, cultural, and legal. The topics of discussion included a dialogue of what constitutes an act of cyber war under international law and when a country can defend itself against a cyber war attack.
The Laws of Cyber Warfare Symposium
March 22, 2013
Rutgers Camden School of Law
In collaboration with Rutgers School of Law, the Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare successfully hosted The Law of Cyber Warfare Symposium with discussions on emerging cyber technologies, tools and weapons, and strategic responses to cyber attacks. The Conference was attended by several world-class thought leaders in law, business and technology that included the former Deputy Training Director at NSA, Senior Director of Product Security at McAfee, and Associate Law Professor at U.S. Military Academy, West Point.