Workshop: framing a cyber offense/defense strategy and doctrine that
actually technically makes sense?
Problem: almost all the cyber warfare doctrine and policy is being
made in secret in the US and around the world. They are being made by
policy makers who fundamentally don't get the technology and driven by
some fear and scaremongering to the public.
Questions:What do these debates look like and what effects might they
have on us? What would the debate look like if framed by technically
competent people trying to think in a nation state context? What can
we do to help public debate or is a public debate even possible due to
the nature of the technologies?
Lecture to be followed by breaking the conf into groups for a bit to
answer some questions, then debrief session.
Emerson has been interested in the foreign policy implications of
cyber based conflict for years...