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Virtual Event | Cybersecurity Threats and Information Sharing

Jul 28, 2022
11:30am to 12:30pm ET


Cybersecurity has become a national security priority. As cybersecurity threats increase in number and sophistication, attention has shifted to the private sector, which currently owns most of America's critical infrastructure. High-profile breaches such as Colonial Pipeline and SolarWinds have elevated discussions about how to enhance collaboration across the public and private sectors. One key aspect of this conversation is improving information sharing practices, which can better manage risks and bolster the nation's security.

On Thursday, July 28 CNAS hosted a timely virtual discussion on cybersecurity threats and information sharing with Anne Neuberger, Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technology at the National Security Council, moderated by Daniel Silverberg, Adjunct Senior Fellow at CNAS.

Opening Remarks by:

Richard Fontaine
Chief Executive Officer
Center for a New American Security

Featured Speaker:

Anne Neuberger
Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technologies
National Security Council
The White House

Moderated by:

Daniel Silverberg
Adjunct Senior Fellow
Center for a New American Security