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International Conference on Cyber Engagement 2019

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Be a part of an informed international dialogue on cyber between governments, the private sector and civil society.

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A finalized agenda and information on speakers will be posted to the ICCE webpage.

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The eighth annual International Conference on Cyber Engagement (ICCE) will be held on April 23, 2019, in Washington, DC. The International Conference on Cyber Engagement has been organized since 2011 by Dr. Catherine Lotrionte, founder of the International Conference on Cyber Engagement and Brent Scowcroft Scholar at the Atlantic Council. This year, it will be hosted for the first time by the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, in partnership with Dentons, PKO Bank Polski, and Texas A&M University. The International Conference on Cyber Engagement draws on the experience of government practitioners, industry representatives, and academic scholars to bring a multidisciplinary and global approach to challenges in cyberspace. The last International Conference on Cyber Engagement attracted over 800 participants from nearly 400 organizations – corporate, government, non-profit, and academic – representing 43 nations.

Now entering its eighth year, the International Conference on Cyber Engagement draws on the experience of government practitioners, industry representatives, and academic scholars to bring a multidisciplinary and global approach to the challenges in cyberspace. The conference provides a unique opportunity for experts to engage in thought leadership and constructive dialogue with key individuals from technical, corporate, legal, and policy backgrounds. The conference also explores the worldwide community’s increasing interconnectivity in the cyber domain.

This year’s agenda will cover topics including:

  • Regional Perspectives on Cyber;
  • Enforcing Norms: Cyber Diplomacy and Law Enforcement;
  • The Geopolitics of 5G;
  • IoT and Operational Technology Cyber Implications;
  • The Challenge of Balancing Privacy and Security in a Rapidly Changing World;
  • Political Disinformation & Election Security;
  • The Implications of Artificial Intelligence;
  • Military & Intelligence Actions in Cyberspace;
  • Securing the Software Supply Chain.

In preparation for the 2019 conference, the Atlantic Council hosted the ICCE Fall Planning Dinner on November 14, 2018, to gather partners and future speakers and government and corporate leaders to shape the agenda for the conference and discuss pressing global cybersecurity issues.

In past years, ICCE has covered topics including: rule of law in cyberspace, international cyber diplomacy, cyber warfare, and the changing business of cybersecurity. Past speakers include US government leaders, such as the White House cybersecurity coordinator, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, deputy secretaries from the US Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense, the former and current directors of the National Security Agency, the US director of national intelligence, and the cyber coordinator for the US State Department; senior representatives from international organizations such as the president and secretary general of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), the chairman of the board for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), and the United Nations high representative for disarmament affairs; foreign government representatives from across the globe, including a senior Member of the European Parliament, the Director of Public Security and Infrastructure, Colombia, and the Head of Cybersecurity Policy Department, the Netherlands; and leading private industry experts.

Please be aware that lunch space is limited, as there will be no standing room during the lunch panels. We will only be able to accommodate around 700 participants, and we highly recommend that you buy your ticket early to guarantee you will be able to secure a spot in a lunch room. Participants will be provided with a ticket during day-of attendee badge pickup that will allow admission to only one lunch room of their choosing.

A finalized agenda and information on speakers will be posted to the ICCE webpage.

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