Nation-states have always been the most feared cyber-threat actors and this landscape is growing more challenging. More countries are entering the fray. Government security services are taking to criminal hacking in addition to the usual espionage activities. Data and information flow are the new battlefield objectives. How do companies defend against these well-resourced threats? What kind of self-protective measures are permitted? What kind of cooperation with US authorities is called for? What steps should companies take right now?
Robert Silvers, Partner, Paul Hastings
Cristin Goodwin, Assistant General Counsel, Cybersecurity & Cybercrime, Microsoft
Scott Smith, Assistant Director, Cyber Division, FBI