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Tuesday, January 28 • 2:45pm - 3:50pm
Fortifying the Cyber Framework: Can Stakeholders Make It Happen? LIMITED

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The journey toward establishing a cyber resilient network by the private sector, by Congress and by the Obama Administration has been a long one. Some say catastrophe awaits should we fail to both secure critical infrastructure and establish a reliable and trustworthy system for sharing cyber threat information. In less than a month NIST will release its Cyber Framework that was required by Presidential executive order. At the same time Congress is working with industry players, privacy advocates and the Administration to incentivize and indemnify companies that share information about cyber threats with law enforcement. The panel will look preview the NIST framework and bills in Congress and forecast potential obstacles for implementation. The panel will debate whether finally all stakeholders will come together to face cyber threats in a reasonable and effective way.

Moderators
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Shane Tews

Chief Policy Officer, 463 Communications
Shane Tews is the Chief Policy Officer at 463 Communications.  Shane works closely with the partners and account managers as a senior strategic advisor helping to coordinate a strategic policy approach to enhance communications programs for clients public policy communications programs.  She assists in relationship management with Congress, the Administration, Think Tanks and Trade Associations.  Shane was formerly Vice... Read More →

Speakers
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Emilio Cividanes

Partner, Venable LLP
Emilio Cividanes concentrates his practice on helping companies meet their privacy obligations in a competitive and global marketplace, and shape the data protection laws and regulations that govern their activities. His practice centers on counseling clients in various industries, including marketing, entertainment, electronic publishing, telecommunications, retail, health care, pharmaceutical, financial services, and hospitality, on how to... Read More →
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Bob Dix

VP, Government Affairs and Critical Infrastructure Protection, Juniper Networks
Bob Dix is the Vice President of Government Affairs and Critical Infrastructure Protection for Juniper Networks. Mr. Dix has enjoyed a distinguished career in both the public and private sector, and is widely recognized across industry and government as a subject matter expert and a leading policy expert in furthering government/industry partnerships to protect U.S. critical infrastructure. He was honored in 2008 with the prestigious Federal... Read More →
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Adam Sedgewick

Senior Information and Technology Policy Officer, NIST
Adam Sedgewick serves as Senior Information Technology Policy Advisor at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. In this role, Adam represents NIST on the Department of Commerce Internet Policy Task Force and advices NIST leadership on cybersecurity issues. Previously, Adam was Senior Advisor to the Federal Chief Information Officer Council, coordinating cross-agency initiatives and assisting in the implementation of OMB policy and... Read More →
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Katherine Stern

Senior Counsel, Rule of Law Program, Constitution Project
Katherine E. Stern is senior counsel for the Constitution Project’s Rule of Law Program, where she focuses on counter-terrorism policy and civil liberties, including government secrecy, surveillance and individual privacy. She works principally with the Project’s bipartisan Liberty and Security Committee, seeking to protect Americans’ civil liberties as well as our nation’s security post-Sept. 11. | | Before joining the... Read More →


Tuesday January 28, 2014 2:45pm - 3:50pm
Newseum Room 807 555 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington, D.C. 20001

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