Center for Global Affairs
Pathways for Cyber Peace in an Age of Constant Conflict

Peace in cyberspace has, and will likely, continue to remain elusive. Boundaries between malicious and virtuous state and non-state actors are blurred, and contact amongst them is constant. Cyber doom is reinforced daily with headlines depicting a world where criminals pilfer at will and nation-states cross virtual and physical borders with impunity to cause. Join our panelists as they discuss what approaches may be taken to manage cyber risks and achieve a more peaceful cyber future.

RSVP HERE (The webinar link will be distributed to registrants prior to the event)

Featuring:

Andrea Bonime-BlancFounder and CEO, GEC Risk Advisory, LLC

Scott ShackelfordAssociate Professor of Business Law and Ethics, Cybersecurity Program Chair, and Director of the Ostrom Workshop Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance, Indiana University Bloomington

Pano Yannakogeorgos, Clinical Associate Professor, NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs

This program is offered in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Association

DATE MAY 28, 2020
TIME 6PM-7:30PM EST
LOCATION Online
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact mcd231@nyu.edu
DATE MAY 28, 2020
TIME 6PM-7:30PM EST
LOCATION Online
AUDIENCE Open to the Public
Contact mcd231@nyu.edu

Peace in cyberspace has, and will likely, continue to remain elusive. Boundaries between malicious and virtuous state and non-state actors are blurred, and contact amongst them is constant. Cyber doom is reinforced daily with headlines depicting a world where criminals pilfer at will and nation-states cross virtual and physical borders with impunity to cause. Join our panelists as they discuss what approaches may be taken to manage cyber risks and achieve a more peaceful cyber future.

RSVP HERE (The webinar link will be distributed to registrants prior to the event)

Featuring:

Andrea Bonime-BlancFounder and CEO, GEC Risk Advisory, LLC

Scott ShackelfordAssociate Professor of Business Law and Ethics, Cybersecurity Program Chair, and Director of the Ostrom Workshop Program on Cybersecurity and Internet Governance, Indiana University Bloomington

Pano Yannakogeorgos, Clinical Associate Professor, NYUSPS Center for Global Affairs

This program is offered in collaboration with the Foreign Policy Association