“U.S. National Privacy and Cybersecurity” ADCG Podcast: Ep. 45 - Legal and policy issues regarding cyberattacks – Interview with Gary Corn
Private sector cyberattacks are on the rise and governments around the globe are grappling with their level of involvement. This episode explores the roles played by the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, other federal agencies, and how they might respond to private sector attacks. Also discussed are the concepts of “forward defense” and “persistent engagement,” as well as President Biden’s recent pronouncement that the U.S. will no longer respond to cyberattacks solely through law enforcement.
Gary Corn is the Program Director of the Tech, Law & Security program at American University’s Washington College of Law and an adjunct professor of cyber and national security law. One of the most prolific writers on the topic of cyberwar and cyber conflict, Gary is a retired Army colonel who is widely recognized as one of the nation’s top experts in this area.
About the U.S. National Privacy and Cybersecurity Podcast
The Association for Data and Cyber Governance presents a podcast series that explores informed points of view – both pro and con – on the need to develop national privacy legislation. Hosts Jerry Buckley, a founding partner of Buckley LLP, and Jody Westby, a prominent data security consultant, interview some of the nation’s key privacy professionals as they sort through the policy decisions that Congress will have to address as it considers how the use of data will be regulated in the United States.
The views expressed in this podcast are not necessarily the views of Buckley LLP.