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10/2: Gen. David Petraeus, Lisa Monaco, Michèle Flournoy talk cybersecurity at Washington Post

On October 2, at a critical moment for cyber risk in the United States,
The Washington Post will bring together government leaders, security experts
and advocates to discuss emerging threats across the cybersecurity landscape like infrastructure vulnerability and targeted misinformation.

You’ll hear from top voices, including former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus and former Homeland Security Adviser Lisa Monaco, who will discuss cybersecurity concerns including those raised by foreign interference in American elections and assess government preparedness for future attacks. Experts will evaluate the threat of phishing operations, cyberspying, data breaches, and influence campaigns, and explore innovations in artificial intelligence and deep learning technology that both heighten and mitigate these dangers.

Guests include:

  • Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.), former CIA Director; Chairman, KKR Global Institute
  • Lisa Monaco, former Homeland Security Adviser to President Obama
  • Michèle Flournoy, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, WestExec Advisors
  • Stephen Gillett, CEO, and Co-Founder, Chronicle
  • Dr. Brian Pierce, Director, Information Innovation Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects
  • Graham Brookie, Director and Managing Editor, Digital Forensic Research Lab, Atlantic Council
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