Catching the Cybercriminal: Reforming Global Law Enforcement
Can cybercriminals and the organizations often behind them actually be caught, and held accountable? What more can, and should, be done?
New York University’s Center for Cybersecurity, the Journal of National Security Law & Policy, and Third Way are co-hosting Catching the Cybercriminal: Reforming Global Law Enforcement, the first-of-its-kind symposium dedicated to answering those vexing questions on November 18th, in New York City.
The event, the culmination of the year-long launch of Third Way’s Cyber Enforcement Initiative, will elevate discussions on policy solutions to identify and impose consequences on malicious cyber actors from the perspective of America’s law enforcement as well as of our international partners.
Participants will include high-level cyber experts, policymakers and media. James Murray, Director of the US Secret Service, one of the lead government agencies in the fight against cybercrime, is providing keynote remarks. Panelists will cover topics including the needs and capabilities of US and international law enforcement and diplomats to address cybercrime and digital evidence.
Reception to follow. A detailed agenda will be released soon.