2023 Cyber Security Conference: “The Future of Democracy in the Digital Age: A Transatlantic Discussion on Evolving Geopolitics and Cyber Security.”
Each year, the French-American Cyber Security Conference assembles senior defense officials based in France and the U.S. to discuss the most pertinent cyber security challenges on both sides of the Atlantic.
The 2022 conference will take place in person from November 30 – December 1st in Washington, D.C. It will assemble nearly 100 cyber security experts from various backgrounds during a two-day event with moderated panel discussions and networking opportunities. The theme of this year’s event is “The Future of Democracy in the Digital Age: A Transatlantic Discussion on Evolving Geopolitics and Cyber Security.” During the first day of the conference, we will explore evolving geopolitical challenges in the digital era through a series of moderated panel discussions and roundtable conversations. During the second day, we will provide a closed-door forum under Chatham House Rule to address critical cyber security issues in a transatlantic national security context. There is therefore great value in bringing together leading French and American officials and other experts to discuss key transatlantic issues and the evolution of roles and responsibilities around cyber security.
This conference is co-organized by the two entities of the French-American Foundation: Paris and New York. More information about the conference can be found here.
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