Foreign Policy Speaker Series: Finding cyber stability amidst shifting landscapes

    Foreign Policy Speaker Series

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    Finding cyber stability amidst shifting landscapes

    Greater diffusion of technology creates a larger surface for governments to protect and regulate. At the same time, threats in this space are becoming more sophisticated and can come from various sectors, affecting a wide array of systems. Not only do states have to grapple with threat actors seeking monetary gains, cyber is increasingly becoming a space for states to advance strategic and political aims. 

    At the same time, Malaysian policymakers remain concerned that the internationalisation of the dispute will only see further entrenchment of major power competition, adding to the challenges. 

    Join us as we discuss the issues and challenges to crafting and unrolling cyber policies and the cyber priorities for the US and Malaysia in the coming years, as well as possible collaborations. 

    Programme

    Speakers:

    • Ms Azleyna Bt Ariffin
      Principal Assistant Director
      Cyber Integration Legal Division
      National Cyber Security Agency (NACSA)
      National Security Council
      Prime Minister’s Department, Malaysia

    • Mr Harry Mourtos
      IT Specialist
      DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

    Moderator and Co-moderator:

    • Ms Farlina Said
      Analyst
      Foreign policy and Security Studies (FPSS)
      Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

    • Mr Muhammad Sinatra
      Analyst
      Foreign policy and Security Studies (FPSS)
      Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia

    Date 24 August 2021
    Time 10am (UTC+8)
    Venue ISIS.Forum (Via Zoom Webinar)
    Register https://tinyurl.com/ISIS-FPSS24082021

     

    Recording of the event

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