Location: The Heritage Foundation's Allison Auditorium
The National Strategy to Secure
Cyberspace mandates that
planners "improve coordination and capabilities for attack
attribution and response." With regular attacks now
targeting the U.S. military, are each of the services adequately
prepared to address the threat of cyber warfare? Is Congress
allocating enough resources to deal with the problem? How mature are the military's defensive
measures, and what type of offensive cyber capabilities should the
Department of Defense seek to acquire? Join us as our
panelists address the important question of cyber warfare and what
impact it will have on our national security.
More About the Speakers
Rebecca Grant, Ph.D.
IRIS Independent Research
Maj. Gen. William T.
Air Force Cyberspace Command
Major General Robert Scales (Ret.)
U.S. Army War College
John J. Tkacik Jr.
Senior Research Fellow,
Asian Studies Center,
The Heritage Foundation
Research Fellow for National Security Studies, Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies