Daniel Bagge, Cyber Attaché of the Czech Republic to the United States and Canada, joins Dr. Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend for an in-depth discussion on the security of 5G networks, the implications for transatlantic security, and the future governance of emerging technologies. Bagge explains how the Czech Republic’s pioneering regulatory, legal, and political moves in cyber security can be adapted to other nations’ needs and could reinforce transatlantic and NATO security.
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