How worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 elections and Beyond
Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
- Executive Director of Cyber Security Policy & Research Institute
- Former Deputy Legal Adviser to then-Nat’/ Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice
- Served six years in the Clinton Administration as a senior CIA officer and federal prosecutor
The World Affairs Council of Orange County is proud to present “How Worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 Elections and Beyond” with Bryan Cunningham.
This timely event could not be more relevant as we approach the election season. Cunningham is a leading international expert on cybersecurity law and policy, a former White House lawyer and adviser and a media commentator on cybersecurity, technology and surveillance issues. Cunningham has extensive experience in senior U.S. government intelligence and law enforcement positions. He served as Deputy Legal Adviser to then-National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice. He also served six years in the Clinton Administration as a senior CIA officer and federal prosecutor. Post 9/11, he drafted significant portions of the Homeland Security Act and related legislation.
Mr. Cunningham was founding vice-chair of the American Bar Association Cyber Security Privacy Task Force and was awarded the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement for his work on information issues. He is currently UCl’s Cybersecurity Policy and Research Institute’s Executive Director.
Time: Reception: 6:15 pm Program: 7:00 pm
Location: Newport Beach Marriott Bayview (500 Bayview Cir, Newport Beach, CA 92660)
Pricing: Members: $35, Non-Members: $45, Students: $15
Register: www.WorldAffairsCouncil.org or Call: 949-253-5751