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  • November 18, 2019

    Catching the Cybercriminal: Reforming Global Law Enforcement

    New York University’s Center for Cybersecurity, the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, and Third Way are co-hosting Catching the Cybercriminal: Reforming Global Law Enforcement, the first-of-its-kind symposium dedicated to answering those vexing questions on November 18, in New York City.

    The event, the culmination of the year-long launch of Third Way’s Cyber Enforcement Initiative, will elevate discussions on policy solutions to identify and impose consequences on malicious cyber actors from the perspective of America’s law enforcement and our international partners.

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  • November 13, 2019

    Latham & Watkins Forum – Law and National Security at the DOJ: A Conversation with John Demers and Lisa Monaco

    When the National Security Division (NSD) at the US Department of Justice was established in 2006, its primary mission was combatting terrorism. Today, the division’s work is varied, with a significant focus on combatting national security-related economic espionage and cybercrime. At this Forum, Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Demers will join Reiss Center Distinguished Senior Fellow Lisa Monaco in a wide-ranging conversation on the practice of national security law at the Department of Justice today. They’ll discuss a range of key issues and challenges, from Chinese economic and political espionage to Russian influence campaigns to the current state of international and domestic terrorism. This event is co-hosted by the Reiss Center on Law and Security.

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  • November 6, 2019

    Managed Service Providers: The Doctors and Cyber Engineers of the 21st Century

    An unprecedented surge of cybercriminal activity is threatening our national and global security and economic stability. Safekeeping on the internet platform has collapsed. The present crisis in security, privacy, intellectual property and stored data is of a fundamental concern. In the next 5-10 years, a trillion sensors will be linked together as part of the “Internet of Things (IoT).” 

    The Law & Business Association at NYU School of Law is excited to host Alan Weinberger ’70, who founded the world’s oldest and largest community and network of Managed Service Providers (MSPs). Mr. Weinberger will discuss the IT industry’s structure and why MSPs have become vital to our national interests.

    If you wish to attend this event, please register here. Lunch will be provided.

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