Conference Panels and Speakers

Protecting Civilian Institutions and Infrastructure from Cyber Operations: Designing International Law and Organizations

September 14-15, 2018


Featured Speakers:

Ambassador Marina Kaljurand, former Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace
Susan Landau, Bridge Professor of Cyber Security and Policy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the School of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, Tufts

Panel and Paper: Standards: Standard-setting to create robust and resilient civilian infrastructure that can prevent or mitigate the effects of cyber attacks.
Scott Shackelford
Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics, Cybersecurity Program Chair , Indiana University- Bloomington
Scott Bradner
Senior Technology Consultant, Harvard University (retired)
Biography Havard Profile

Panel and Paper: Export Controls: Export controls to prevent the proliferation of malicious cyber tools targeting civilian institutions and infrastructure: what might they look like — from legal and technical perspectives — and challenges posed by dual use digital technologies for non-proliferation.
Joel Trachtman
Professor of International Law, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
Herb Lin
Senior Research Scholar for Cyber Policy and Security, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University
Hank J. Holland Fellow in Cyber Policy and Security, Hoover Institution

Panel and Paper: Vulnerability Disclosure: The legal and technical challenges of creating a multilateral framework for  information sharing to prevent and mitigate the impact of cyber attacks on civilian institutions and infrastructure.
Part of the Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs Speaker Series 
Christina Ayiotis
Cybersecurity Consultant

Panel and Paper: Attribution: The technical and legal challenges in creating an international organization or framework to attribute cyber attacks on civilian institutions and infrastructure, and an exploration of the configurations this regime may take.
Nicholas Tsagourias
Professor of International Law, University of Sheffield
Michael Farrell
Co-executive Director, Institute for Information Security & Privacy, Georgia Tech

Panel and Paper: Compliance: Approaches to securing compliance with legal norms, and considering how accusations of cyber attacks can both solidify existing cyber norms and induce compliance with them.
Duncan Hollis
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Temple University School of Law
Martha Finnemore
University Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University

Panel: Cybersecurity and International Organizations:  Multilateral initiatives undertaken by the United Nations, Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe and the European Union that are designed to enhance and institutionalize international cooperation on cybersecurity.
Fabrizio Hochschild
Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Coordination, Executive Office of the Secretary-General, United Nations
Rasa Ostrauskaite
Director for Transnational Threats, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe