9:45 am MTIntroduction by Jen Gaudioso
10:00 am MTPanel #1: Current and future U.S. cyber initiatives

Moderator: Michael Nacht

Invited speakers: Bob Kolasky, David White, Robert Morgus, Thomas Wingfield, Jacquelyn Schneider

Overarching Question:
What progress has been made in defining U.S. cyber strategy and policy, and what are the primary forces driving future evolution?

Specific questions for panelists:
  1. What are the core interests of the U.S. in cyberspace?
  2. What cyber policies and initiatives did the Trump administration inherit, and what actions has it taken?
  3. What is or will be the impact of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission Report on cybersecurity programs and initiatives across federal agencies and the private sector?
  4. What are the primary forces driving future change in U.S. cyber policy?
  5. What is the role of an FFRDC in achieving national cyber strategy objectives?
11:30 am MTBreak
11:45 am MTPanel #2: Debating alternative cyber strategies

Moderator: Ben Bonin

Invited speakers: Eva Uribe, Emily Goldman, Mark Montgomery, Joshua Rovner, Jay
Healey, Sounil Yu

Overarching Question:
What is necessary to implement and operationalize strategic theory and policy on cyber conflict and competition? What barriers must be overcome?

Specific questions for panelists:
  1. What are the primary or archetypical cyber threats to our national security? How will these evolve in the next 5-10 years?
  2. What are the desired outcomes or end states for each type of threat? What is needed to achieve these end states from a practical or operational perspective?
  3. Are cyber operations elements of intelligence competitions or precursors to
    armed conflict?
  4. How do we go beyond cyber strategy that is reactive to risks towards one driven by seizing opportunities?
1:30 pm MTBreak
1:35 pm MTConclusions & Discussion

Moderator: Jen Gaudioso

Invited speakers: Len Napolitano, Jon Lindsay, Jason Reinhardt
2:00 pm MTAdjourn