Changes in U.S. and EU Cyber Policy: Cooperation, Convergence, or Competition?
- Tony Anscombe, Chief Security Evangelist, ESET
- Suzanne Spaulding, Senior Advisor for Homeland Security, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Cyberspace Solarium Commissioner
- Wiktor Staniecki, Deputy Head of Division, Security and Defence Division, European External Action Service
- Adam Bobrow, Visiting Senior Fellow, GMF Digital, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
The United States and European Union have each taken big steps forward on cybersecurity policy in recent months: Europe has a new cybersecurity strategy, and a defense bill passed by the U.S. Congress in December implements many recommendations of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission. How do these new and emerging policies overlap? Where do they diverge? How might they create new opportunities for transatlantic cooperation on cybersecurity? What role does the private sector play in identifying and defending against new cyber threats?
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