How the Biden-Harris Administration can better prevent and protect against the scourge of cybercrime

The strategic advisor of the Academy participated in the discussion “Third Way & TLS Briefing: The Biden-Harris Approach to Cybercrime”, orginised by the U.S. national think tank Third Way and American University’s Tech, Law, and Security (TLS) Program. The panelists were Mieke Eoyang, Senior Vice President for Third Way’s National Security Program, Jen Daskal, TLS Faculty Director and Founder, former counsel to the Assistant Attorney General for National Security at the Justice Department, Eileen Decker, former US Attorney for the Central District of California, Allison Peters, Deputy Director of Third Way’s National Security Program, Ari Schwartz, former special assistant to President Obama and senior director for cybersecurity. Anatolii Marushchak raised question on the United States’ involvelvment in the only global cybercrime treaty – the Budapest Convention and in the development of additional protocol to the Cybercrime Convention.