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Monday, January 23 • 2:10pm - 3:10pm
Cyber Security Under Trump: Stopping The Hacks

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From the recently announced Yahoo data breaches, the DDoS botnet attack on Dyn, the devastating Sony Picture hack in 2014 and the seemingly daily revelations of confidential Clinton Campaign staff emails, the danger and influence posed by cyber attacks has never been more disconcerting. As President Trump takes office how will his Administration, together with a Republican-controlled Congress, address the seemingly rampant hacking and intrusions that happen with unsettling regularity?


Moderators
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Eric Engleman

Technology Editor, Politico
Eric Engleman is the technology editor for POLITICO Pro. He previously served as deputy technology editor for Pro and as a tech policy reporter for Bloomberg News in Washington. Prior to that, Engleman was a reporter for the Puget Sound Business Journal in Seattle, where he covered tech companies and startups, learned to live with rain and got really into coffee. He also worked for The Associated Press in Moscow, Russia. Engleman grew up in... Read More →

Speakers
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Austin Carson

Legislative Director, Congressman Michael McCaul
Austin Carson is a specialist in technology policy with a focus on creating and executing legislative strategies and the coalition work, political / policy analysis, and messaging involved.
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Dr. Jim Lewis

Senior Vice President and Director, Strategic Technologies Program, Center for Strategic & International Studies
James Andrew Lewis is a senior vice president and program director at CSIS, where he writes on technology, security, and innovation. Before joining CSIS, he worked at the Departments of State and Commerce as a Foreign Service officer and as a member of the Senior Executive Service. His government experience includes work on a range of politico-military and Asian security issues, as a negotiator on conventional arms transfers and advanced military... Read More →
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Bruce P. Mehlman

Former Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Technology Policy, Executive Director for the Technology CEO Council
Bruce Mehlman has been a leader in our nation’s capital for nearly two decades, helping Fortune 500 companies and innovative start-ups understand, anticipate and navigate the public policy environment and trends likely to impact the global marketplace. A founding partner of his bipartisan firm, Mehlman is widely regarded as an expert in running issue campaigns, managing C-suite associations and developing strategies that... Read More →
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Shane Tews

Vice Chair, Internet Education Foundation
Shane Tews is Vice Chair or the Internet Education Foundation and a consultant at Vrge Strategies. Previously, Shane served as a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. Shane works with clients to create and manage coordinated public policy approaches to Information, Communications and Technology policies and cyber security and cyber governance strategies on a global scale. Additionally Shane manages many of the relationships... Read More →


Monday January 23, 2017 2:10pm - 3:10pm
The Newseum 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.

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