Date: November 16, 2022
Time: 11:45 A.M.
Panel description: Law enforcement officials are more important than ever in protecting the information security and privacy interests of individuals, including the sensitive data we all entrust to companies and governments. Federal, state, and civil society leaders will share what they are doing (or should be doing) to protect the public from cyber attacks and consumer fraud.
- Alvaro Bedoya, Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission
- Matthew J. Platkin, Attorney General, State of New Jersey
- Alexandra Givens, President & CEO, Center for Democracy & Technology
- with Kashmir Hill, Tech Reporter, New York Times
Aspen Cyber Summit is a unique, annual gathering that brings together top leaders from business, government, academia, and civil society to discuss the world’s urgent cyber issues. An event of the Aspen Institute, the nonpartisan summit is one of the most significant stages for cyber policy discussion, and spurs dialogue and momentum to act on the challenges of today and tomorrow.
Free registration for online attendance. Register here.