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Global Partnerships to Combat Cybercrime & the Challenge of Going Dark

December 5, 2019 • 2:30 – 4:00 pm EST

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Digital technologies are creating new challenges for law enforcement agencies around the world. Cybercrime is proliferating due to the growing sophistication of online criminal networks and the difficulties of trans-national enforcement. Investigations of traditional crimes are also becoming more difficult as encryption, ephemerality, and other technical measures create obstacles for accessing digital evidence. This event will examine how global cooperation can help to address these issues in a way that ensures a balance between the protection of civil liberties and the needs of the law enforcement community.


2:15 pm - Registration 

2:30 pm - Keynote 
Ferdinand Grapperhaus, Dutch Minister of Justice and Security

2:50 pm - Moderated Panel Discussion

Theo van der Plas, Deputy Chief Constable, Dutch National Program Director Cybercrime and Digitization
Jennifer Daskal, Professor and Faculty Director of the Tech, Law, Security Program at American University Washington College of Law
Matthew Noyes, Director of Cyber Policy and Strategy at the U.S. Secret Service
Thos. Gregory Motta, Senior Science and Technology Policy Advisor, FBI Lawful Access Initiative

Moderated by Catherine Lotrionte, Senior Associate, CSIS Technology Policy Program

3:20 pm - Audience Q&A

3:50 pm - Closing Thoughts

4:00 pm - END

This event is made possible through general support to CSIS. 

James Andrew Lewis
Senior Vice President; Pritzker Chair; and Director, Strategic Technologies Program