North Korea, Cyber, and the Role of International Law

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Professor Sean Watts and Professor Rob Barnsby, United States Military Academy | Eddie Doyle, Check Point Software

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Remember when Sony was hacked by North Korea back in 2014? This event had tremendous implications regarding international law and cyber security. Professor Sean Watts & Professor Rob Barnsby, of the United States Military Academy, Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) School at West Point discuss how international law is needed as a foundation before governments can intercede on corporations' behalf. Government is working to protect private enterprise, but corporations must meet them in the middle. It's a trust issue. Sign up for the webinar today to get a perspective from two West Point Academy professors on how governments and corporations can best work together in improving cyber security.

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