Securing the Cyber Border: National Security in a Digital Age

Asia Summit 2019

Securing the Cyber Border: National Security in a Digital Age

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The era of powerful computing, big data analysis, and artificial intelligence has not just been a boon for efficiency and performance. It has additionally enabled more sophisticated, coordinated, and wide-spread cross-border cyber-attacks on critical systems and sensitive information. Such attacks can leave individuals and institutions in compromising positions that could be detrimental to national security. How do today's cyber threats differ from those in the past? What is the potential for damage? What sectors are particularly vulnerable? Are governments ready to prevent today's attacks?

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Moderator

Dmitri Alperovitch

Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer, CrowdStrike

 

Speakers

Rachael Falk

CEO, Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre

 

Adam Hickey

Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the National Security Division, U.S. Department of Justice

 

Gaurav Keerthi

Assistant Chief Executive, Cyber Security Agency of Singapore

 

Madan Oberoi

Executive Director, Technology and Innovation, INTERPOL

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Published October 23, 2019