The Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare (JLCW) is the world’s leading journal on cyber warfare and terrorism. Its 1st annual conference is a symposium covering crucial issues on cyber warfare and espionage that threaten government organizations and big business.
“The conference is a collaboration of the public and private sectors to enhance our understanding of cyber warfare, its threats, and what can be done to tackle it,” says Daniel Garrie editor-in-chief of JCLW. The conference will convene senior executives, lawyers, officials, judges, academics, politicians, and technologists and thought leaders from around the world to engage in dialog on topics in cyber security and cyber warfare, including how companies, big and small, law firms, and non-profits can respond and manage a cyber-attack by a State Actor under existing international and domestic law.
Speakers include: Larry Ponemon, Ph.D, Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute; Shane Reeves, Lt. Colonel, US Army Association, Professor, Dept. of Law, US Military Academy, West Point; Roland Cloutier, VP Chief of Security, ADP; Rhea Siers, Senior Associate of the GWU Cyber Security Initiative; Gad Goldstein, Founder & CEO of K2G Global.