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Keynote Address - National Security Cyber: Risks and Responses

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30 Jun 2015 @ 12:45
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About the Speech:
Assistant Attorney General Carlin outlined the new strategy which the US Justice Department is taking to address national security cyber incidents. He focussed on corporate cyber risks and highlight post-intrusion strategies fo companies, which have become increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, giving examples of cyber attacks that have already taken place over the last few years. A.A.G. Carlin also discuss ISIL's use of social media to attract new recruits and how they propagate their message. Finally, examined the stated desire of terrorist groups to use cyber-enabled means of destruction.
About the Speaker:
John P. Carlin was confirmed as the Assistant Attorney General for National Security in April 2014 where he oversees nearly 350 federal employees responsible for protecting the US against terrorism, espionage, cyber and other significant national security threats. Mr. Carlin has dedicated his entire professional career to public service, both as a prosecutor and in a variety of leadership positions. Mr. Carlin joined the National Security Division in 2011, after serving as Chief of Staff and Senior Counsel to former FBI Director, Robert S. Mueller III. A career federal prosecutor, Mr. Carlin previously served as National Coordinator of The US Dept of Justice’s Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) program and as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia.

Theme: Justice & Law  Digital Future 

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