The Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare Conference

 John Jay College of Criminal Justice

 Speaking Engagement

The Journal of Law and Cyber Warfare (JLCW) is proud to present the First Annual Cyber Warfare One Day Symposium. Join us as senior lawyers, technology chiefs, government officials, and academics discuss the current threat of cyber security and how it is affecting US corporations.

The Cyber Warfare/Terrorism One Day Institute is an annual conference. Its agenda is to promote constructive discourse about Cyber Warfare/Terrorism amongst leaders from a comprehensive range of sectors, including (but not limited to): NGOs, government, tech, commercial, military, cultural, and legal. The summit will feature moderated panel discussions that use live video streams and online extensions of discussed topics to create a rich conversation with audience members clicking in from around the world. Findings from the conference will be published in a periodical called the Journal of Law & Cyber Warfare and televised with a broadcast partner.

Accuvant is proud to have James Christiansen speaking at the JLCW conference this year.

Panel Discussion
How far is too far when a company responds to a cyber-attack, be it cyber warfare or terrorism, by a State actor? What is the current meaning, definition, technical, and legal aspects of cyber-weapons? James Christiansen, VP of information risk, will participate in a panel discussion to address these questions.
When: Thursday, November 6, 1:00pm-2:00pm

For more information on this event, please visit the conference website.