Cyberwarfare and International Law: A Growing Threat and the

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Webcast
Cyberwarfare and International Law: A Growing Threat and the Mechanisms to Stop It
Wednesday, September 23, 2020 | 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 

Program Fee:
Free for members | $15 for Non-Members 

Please Note: All attendees will receive an email confirmation including a zoom invite two hours prior to the program with details of how to access the webinar.

Description:
Join us for a panel discussion on the current state of international law and cyberwarfare.  The panelists will examine relevant domestic and international law as it relates to cyberwarfare, case studies of cyberwar attacks committed by nation-states, specifically North Korea, on state and non-state actors, the investigation of cyberwarfare and cybercrimes on both a federal and private level in the United States, and the legal and realpolitik considerations of the United States and the international community at large in formulating and implementing cyberwarfare policies, principles, and agreements presently and in the future, including the viability of a treaty regulating cyberwarfare.

Moderator:
Thomas T. Papain, Zaremba Brown PLLC, Member, International Law Committee

Introduction:
Sylvia Khatcherian, Deputy General Counsel of Bridgewater Associates

Speakers:
Mathew Ha, Research Analyst, Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.
James Lewis, Senior Vice President and Director of the Technology Policy Program, Center for Strategic & International Studies.
Joseph P. Facciponti, Murphy & McGonigle, former assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Joseph V. DeMarco,  DeVore & DeMarco LLP, former assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

Sponsoring Committees: 
International Law, Ulyana Bardyn, Chair
Information Technology & Cyber Law, Sylvia Khatcherian, Chair
 



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