How does the U.S. government secure our digital infrastructure and fight cyber-criminals? Specifically, how are trade policy, export control, and prosecutions deployed to protect US national security?
On March 15, John Carlin moderated a special talk that explored these questions. John recently served as the Acting Deputy Attorney General in the Biden Administration. Before he took on that position, he hosted CAFE’s “Cyberspace” podcast.
John was joined by Matt Axelrod, Assistant Secretary at the Commerce Department; Paul Rosen, Assistant Secretary at the Treasury; and Cynthia Kaiser, Deputy Assistant Director at the FBI’s Cyber Division.
The event was hosted by Aspen Digital, a program of the Aspen Institute.
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REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS
U.S. Department of Justice Disrupts Hive Ransomware Variant, Jan 26, 2023, DOJ.GOV
Justice and Commerce Departments Announce Creation of Disruptive Technology Strike Force, Feb 16, 2023, DOJ.GOV
FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces National Cybersecurity Strategy, March 2, 2023, Whitehouse.gov
China to form a national bureau to manage its troves of data, March 7, 2023, Reuters