International Cybersecurity Cooperation: Where is it Working and Where is it Not?

Jul 5, 2011

We encourage you to accept the invitation you have received from the East West Institute to attend a briefing to discuss lessons learned from the Second Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit on Thursday, July 7th from 2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. in 2325 Rayburn House Office Building.

Presentations by:
Melissa Hathaway, President, Hathaway Global Strategies, LLC
Lieutenant General Harry D. Raduege Jr. (USAF. Ret.), Honorary Chairman, Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit; Chairman, the Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation
Karl Rauscher, Chief Technology Officer and Distinguished Fellow, the EastWest Institute

Moderated by:

John Edwin Mroz, President and CEO, the EastWest Institute
2:00 – 2:30pm: Meet and greet

2:30 – 3:00pm: Panel Discussion

1.    International Trust Building and the Cyber40 Nations cybersecurity cooperation process. (Hathaway)

2.    Where is international cooperation easy and where it is hard? With a focus on the challenges of defining cyber conflict policy and the rules of engagement. (Raduege)

3.    Concrete examples of international progress in improving the Reliability of Global Undersea Cables Critical Infrastructure (ROGUCCI) and Emergency Response Coordination for Major Cyber Incident in Financial Services. (Rauscher)

3:00 – 3:30pm: Q & A

Please RSVP to Nathan Wendt with the EastWest Insitute,

The Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus is co-chaired by Congressmen James Langevin and Michael McCaul.  If your Member is interested in joining the Caucus, or would like to be removed from the Caucus distribution list please e-mail Davis Hake (Langevin) or Sally Stone (McCaul).