Ransomware Resilience Summit USA 2022

Benchmarking Ransomware Resilience and Business Continuity Planning

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Virtual Event
29 March, 2022

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

With the ongoing covid-19 crisis continuing to disrupt travel and more, we have taken the hard decision to cancel the Ransomware Resilience Summit USA in 2022. In its place, we will be hosting an exclusive 2-hour virtual event on March 29.
Registration is complimentary.

WHY ATTEND

Ransomware is a profitable business and the FBI has issued a warning to all businesses and local governments to be mindful of the potential for further attacks and fallout as the crisis between Russia and Ukraine deepens.

Across two hours, attendees will hear an update from the CISA’s Executive Assistant Director of Cybersecurity, Eric Goldstein followed by a panel of senior experts exploring the impact of national and international political and legislative response to ransomware attacks.

 Join us to:

  • Gain a 101 overview of what law enforcement are doing and how they help in the battle against ransomware
  • Determine what information law enforcement need and when to reach out
  • Assess the differing national and international efforts being constructed to deter ransomware attacks
  • Explore when, how and why to report attacks
  • Determine how to tackle global regulatory change in multiple jurisdictions
  • Debate whether payments should be made illegal

Speakers

 

Lauren Boas Hayes

Senior Advisor for Technology and Innovation
CISA

Lauren Boas Hayes

Senior Advisor for Technology and Innovation
CISA

Lauren Boas Hayes

Senior Advisor for Technology and Innovation
CISA
 

Gary Corn

WCL Tech
American University Washington College of Law

Professor Gary Corn is a recently retired U.S. Army colonel, and is widely recognized as one of the nation’s top experts on cyber and national security law. Prior to joining TLS, Professor Corn served over twenty-seven years on active duty in the U.S. Army as a military attorney practicing national security law at the highest levels within the Department of Defense. His final five years he served as the Staff Judge Advocate (General Counsel) to U.S. Cyber Command.

Gary Corn

WCL Tech
American University Washington College of Law

Gary Corn

WCL Tech
American University Washington College of Law

Professor Gary Corn is a recently retired U.S. Army colonel, and is widely recognized as one of the nation’s top experts on cyber and national security law. Prior to joining TLS, Professor Corn served over twenty-seven years on active duty in the U.S. Army as a military attorney practicing national security law at the highest levels within the Department of Defense. His final five years he served as the Staff Judge Advocate (General Counsel) to U.S. Cyber Command. Professor Corn is a frequent, and highly-sought out speaker at international and national conferences and has published numerous articles, book chapters, and blog posts, including in the American Journal of International Law, The Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, and on Just Security. For the past several years, he has, via U.S. Cyber Command, run a major international law conference, drawing hundreds of military and civilian leading international law scholars and practitioners. During his military career, Professor Corn also served as a Deputy Legal Counsel to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Operational Law Branch Chief in the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Army, a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia, and on deployment as the Chief of International Law for Combined Forces Command in Afghanistan. Professor Corn received a JD from the George Washington University, a BA in International Relations from Bucknell University, an LLM from the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School, and an MA in National Security Studies from the United States Army War College. Professor Corn is an Advisory Board Director for the Cyber Security Forum Initiative.

 

Gavin Corn

Director, Data Privacy and Security Legal
Netflix

Gavin Corn

Director, Data Privacy and Security Legal
Netflix

Gavin Corn

Director, Data Privacy and Security Legal
Netflix
 

Oakley Cox

Director of Analysis, Cambridge
Darktrace

Oakley Cox is Director of Analysis at Darktrace, based at the Cambridge headquarters. He oversees the defense of critical infrastructure and industrial control systems, helping to ensure that Darktrace’s AI stays one step ahead of attackers. Oakley is GIAC certified in Response and Industrial Defense (GRID), and helps customers integrate Darktrace with both existing and new SOC and Incident Response teams. He also has a Doctorate (PhD) from the University of Oxford.

Oakley Cox

Director of Analysis, Cambridge
Darktrace

Oakley Cox

Director of Analysis, Cambridge
Darktrace

Oakley Cox is Director of Analysis at Darktrace, based at the Cambridge headquarters. He oversees the defense of critical infrastructure and industrial control systems, helping to ensure that Darktrace’s AI stays one step ahead of attackers. Oakley is GIAC certified in Response and Industrial Defense (GRID), and helps customers integrate Darktrace with both existing and new SOC and Incident Response teams. He also has a Doctorate (PhD) from the University of Oxford.

 

Avi Gesser

Partner
Debevoise and Plimpton

Avi Gesser

Partner
Debevoise and Plimpton

Avi Gesser

Partner
Debevoise and Plimpton
 

Robert Silvers

Under Secretary, Policy
Department of Homeland Security

 He is responsible for driving policy and implementation plans across all of DHS’s missions, including counterterrorism; cybersecurity, infrastructure security, and resilience; border security and immigration; international affairs; and trade and economic security.

Robert Silvers

Under Secretary, Policy
Department of Homeland Security

Robert Silvers

Under Secretary, Policy
Department of Homeland Security

 He is responsible for driving policy and implementation plans across all of DHS’s missions, including counterterrorism; cybersecurity, infrastructure security, and resilience; border security and immigration; international affairs; and trade and economic security.

Mr. Silvers previously served in the Department of Homeland Security during the Obama-Biden Administration as Assistant Secretary for Cyber Policy. In that role he oversaw private sector engagement, federal government incident response, and diplomatic outreach pertaining to cybersecurity and emerging technology. Mr. Silvers also previously served as DHS’s Deputy Chief of Staff, managing execution of policy and operational priorities across the entire Department.

Prior to his appointment, Mr. Silvers was a partner at the law firm Paul Hastings LLP, where his practice focused on cybersecurity and data privacy, government security review of foreign investments, and investigations and litigation at the intersection of law and national security. After graduating law school, he clerked for Judge Kim McLane Wardlaw of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Mr. Silvers holds a J.D. from New York University School of Law and a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania. He taught as an adjunct professor in the M.S. in Cybersecurity Risk and Strategy Program co-offered by the NYU Law School and NYU Tandon School of Engineering. A New York City native, Mr. Silvers lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and their two children.

 

Josephine Wolff

Associate Professor, Cyber Security Policy
Tufts University

Josephine Wolff is an associate professor of cybersecurity policy and has been associated with The Fletcher School at Tufts University since 2009. Her research interests include international Internet governance, cyber-insurance, security responsibilities and liability of online intermediaries, government-funded programs for cybersecurity education and workforce development, and the legal, political, and economic consequences of cybersecurity incidents.

Josephine Wolff

Associate Professor, Cyber Security Policy
Tufts University

Josephine Wolff

Associate Professor, Cyber Security Policy
Tufts University

Josephine Wolff is an associate professor of cybersecurity policy and has been associated with The Fletcher School at Tufts University since 2009. Her research interests include international Internet governance, cyber-insurance, security responsibilities and liability of online intermediaries, government-funded programs for cybersecurity education and workforce development, and the legal, political, and economic consequences of cybersecurity incidents. Her book "You'll See This Message When It Is Too Late: The Legal and Economic Aftermath of Cybersecurity Breaches" was published by MIT Press in 2018. Her writing on cybersecurity has also appeared in Slate, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Wired. Prior to joining Fletcher, she was on the faculty at the Rochester Institute of Technology and a fellow at the New America Cybersecurity Initiative and Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.

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