NATIONAL SECURITY AND CYBERTHREATS: A CONVERSATION WITH JOHN CARLIN, ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR NATIONAL SECURITY | Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall Room 2004 | October 10, 2014 | In today’s interconnected world, threats to national security have grown to include cyberthreats — attempts to access the sensitive data, electronic infrastructure, and resources stored on America’s computers. Such plots can originate from a variety of sources and take a variety of forms — from ad hoc efforts of individual hackers, to campaigns waged by terrorist cells, to “cyber espionage” initiatives undertaken by nation states. Join Assistant Attorney General for National Security, HLS alumnus and Heyman Fellow John Carlin, together with moderator Jonathan Zittrain, for a conversation about significant national security cyber issues and the tools available in the United States to address them. Mr. Carlin will share his expertise and field questions from the audience. Refreshments will be served. This event is co-sponored by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, the Cyberlaw Clinic, the Journal of Law and Technology, the Harvard National Security & Law Association, the HLS Heyman Fellowship Program, and the HLS Office of Public Interest Advising. Please RSVP here to attend.
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