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The Shifting Geopolitics of Cyber Conflict: American Strategy in a Time of Change

Geopolitics of Cyberspace What Is the U.S. Strategy
Mon Jan 29

The Shifting Geopolitics of Cyber Conflict: American Strategy in a Time of Change

Geopolitics of Cyberspace What Is the U.S. Strategy
Mon Jan 29

The Shifting Geopolitics of Cyber Conflict: American Strategy in a Time of Change

with Dr. Christopher Whyte, professor of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness
(Part of the International Perspectives Series)

Time:
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm CT
Geopolitics of Cyberspace What Is the U.S. Strategy

Cyberspace is like the Wild West – a vast and lawless land. Both cyber warfare and cyberweapons have been used in the Russo-Ukrainian war. Rapid technology advancement and global dynamics challenge governments to protect military and critical infrastructures. Can the 2024 U.S. election occur without interference? Cyber expert Christopher Whyte joins us this January as we kick off our annual International Perspectives Series with The Shifting Geopolitics of Cyber Conflict: American Strategy in a Time of Change.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Christopher Whyte Headshot

Dr. Christopher Whyte is an assistant professor of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness at Virginia Commonwealth University. His research focuses on the decision-making dynamics of cyber operations, digital age influence campaigns, and the impact of artificial intelligence on cyber conflict. Whyte is author/co-author of nearly three dozen peer-reviewed articles on these subjects, numerous other articles/reports and four books on cyber conflict, including Information in War, published with Georgetown University Press in 2022.

ABOUT THE MODERATOR

Valmiki Mukherjee Headshot

Valmiki Mukherjee is a distinguished Global CISO, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist CEO, boasting a remarkable two-decade career that has significantly impacted the global cybersecurity landscape. Renowned for his visionary leadership, Mukherjee extends his influence beyond organizational and industry confines, orchestrating transformative programs globally. As the founder of the Cyber Future Foundation (CFF) in 2015, he has created a vital platform connecting leaders and experts worldwide. Mukherjee’s philanthropic initiatives, such as supporting cybersecurity education and workforce development programs, demonstrate his commitment to creating a safer world. Currently serving as the Board Appointed Global CISO of Accolite, he previously held executive roles, including Managing Director at EY. Mukherjee holds a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of North Texas and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) by ISC2.

  • About the event

    Cyberspace is like the Wild West – a vast and lawless land. Both cyber warfare and cyberweapons have been used in the Russo-Ukrainian war. Rapid technology advancement and global dynamics challenge governments to protect military and critical infrastructures. Can the 2024 U.S. election occur without interference? Cyber expert Christopher Whyte joins us this January as we kick off our annual International Perspectives Series with The Shifting Geopolitics of Cyber Conflict: American Strategy in a Time of Change.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    Christopher Whyte Headshot

    Dr. Christopher Whyte is an assistant professor of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness at Virginia Commonwealth University. His research focuses on the decision-making dynamics of cyber operations, digital age influence campaigns, and the impact of artificial intelligence on cyber conflict. Whyte is author/co-author of nearly three dozen peer-reviewed articles on these subjects, numerous other articles/reports and four books on cyber conflict, including Information in War, published with Georgetown University Press in 2022.

    ABOUT THE MODERATOR

    Valmiki Mukherjee Headshot

    Valmiki Mukherjee is a distinguished Global CISO, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist CEO, boasting a remarkable two-decade career that has significantly impacted the global cybersecurity landscape. Renowned for his visionary leadership, Mukherjee extends his influence beyond organizational and industry confines, orchestrating transformative programs globally. As the founder of the Cyber Future Foundation (CFF) in 2015, he has created a vital platform connecting leaders and experts worldwide. Mukherjee’s philanthropic initiatives, such as supporting cybersecurity education and workforce development programs, demonstrate his commitment to creating a safer world. Currently serving as the Board Appointed Global CISO of Accolite, he previously held executive roles, including Managing Director at EY. Mukherjee holds a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from the University of North Texas and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) by ISC2.

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