The Future of Digital Enterprise:
Hedging Risks, Mitigating Threats and Why it Matters
WHEN: November 30, 2016
WHERE: University of Dallas
TIME: 5:30 PM
If you have questions, please contact Kristina.Barton@ncpa.org
Join us Wednesday, November 30, beginning at 5:30pm on the University of Dallas campus in Irving for a reception and panel discussion sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) and the University of Dallas.
This NCPA-UD collaboration, The Future of Digital Enterprise: Hedging Risks, Mitigating Threats and Why it Matters, will feature NCPA Executive Director Allen West, NCPA National Security & Counterterrorism Expert, Dr. David Grantham, and UD Dean of Cybersecurity Dr. Brett Landry. Additionally, a foremost expert on cybersecurity in the Middle East will join us as we discuss the shared benefits and risks of living in cyber-dependent world and why it should matter to you.
NCPA participants will address how cyber impacts national security, i.e. terrorism, state-sponsored actors, and foreign militaries, while UD experts will speak to the civic/business side of cyber, i.e. the complexities of protecting and defending infrastructures and networks. Together the panelists will discuss what federal and state policy changes could improve both cyber security and digital freedom.
RSVP to Kristina.Barton@NCPA.org. Venue location, campus map and parking instructions to follow upon reply. Seating is limited, so please respond by Monday, November 28, to reserve your place. For additional information, contact our office at 972-386-6272.