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The Aspen Institute, CNBC, and MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) will hold the first-ever The Cambridge Cyber Summit on October 5th at Kresge Auditorium on the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA.
This unique one-day summit brings together c-suite executives and business owners with public and private-sector leaders in security, technology and defense to discuss ways to combat urgent cyber threats and secure America's future. The event, comprised of interviews and live demonstrations, focuses on critical issues such as the next wave of cyberattacks and their perpetrators, countermeasures, privacy and security, public-private cooperation and information sharing, and the latest trends in technology, among others.
For the full agenda go to: http://www.cnbc.com/cambridge-cyber-summit-agenda/
The following panels will be livestreamed (pending breaking news) on CNBC.com:
9:20 – 9:50 AM NATIONAL SECURITY: ARE WE ALREADY AT WAR?
Our businesses and government have been repeatedly attacked by state actors – China and Russia, mainly. We've reportedly been a part of cyber-attacks or retaliations on North Korea and Iran. Are we already at war and are we winning? Is the US government doing enough to fight and win?
10:15 – 10:45 AM A CONVERSATION WITH THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF THE FBI
Law enforcement is facing an ever-evolving cyber landscape – new technological threats, foreign and domestic hackers, opaque links between foreign governments and cybercriminals. How is the FBI adapting?
12:00 – 12:30 PM WHERE BUSINESS AND CYBERTERROR COLLIDE: THE VIEW FROM THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
Hackers aren't just after credit card numbers or even social security numbers. Hackers can use information they steal from businesses for far worse crimes than identity theft or financial fraud. What is a 'blended threat,' and what do companies and individuals need to understand to respond to them?
3:15 – 3:45 PM KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
For more information about The Cambridge Cyber Summit go to: cnbc.com/cybersummit.
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