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Furthering the Field: A Comprehensive Program for Cyber Conflict Studies
*Revised and Updated Invitation*
The Cyber Conflict Studies Association invites you a one-day conference on 21 September 2010 to review and discuss six ongoing studies in cyber conflict, with a keynote address by Richard A. Clarke. The principal investigators and authors have a broad range of international experience – from the White House to Wall Street, academics and PhDs to cyber warfare practitioners and lawyers.

Please join us to hear about and participate in these on-going studies:

Strategic Cyber Conflict Issues by Dr. James Mulvenon
International and U.S. Legal Issues for Cyber Conflict by Eneken Tikk and Maeve Dion
Cyber Conflict at the Operational Level by Bob Gourley and Sam Liles
Challenges and Opportunities of Non-State Actors by Dr. Greg Rattray and Jason Healey
What is to Be Done Next? by Dr. Sami Saydjari
U.S. Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities, a Primer by Matt Devost
Confirmed panelists for the conference include:
Dan Geer, In-Q-Tel
James Lewis, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Martin Libicki, RAND Corporation
Kristin Lord, Center for a New American Security
Catherine Lotrionte, Georgetown University
John Mallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dan Prieto, IBM
Michael Schrage, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Adam Segal, Council on Foreign Relations
Further information about the individual studies are available at the CCSA homepage. From the homepage, information about the studies is available on the left side panel under “On-going Studies.”

These studies are mid-stream and will be completed and published next year. CCSA welcomes any expertise you may have to offer and looks forward to your participation. Please click on the link below to view the invitation.

Invitation to CCSA Conference on Cyber Conflict (If you cannot view the PDF document, a Word document copy of the invitation is available at the bottom of the web page.)

If you haven’t already done so, please RSVP to rsvp@cyberconflict.org.

 

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