Media Advisory - 8 April 2013

Apr 8, 2013
Media Advisory - 8 April 2013

For Immediate Release                                             Contact:  Susan Phalen
April 8, 2013                                                             (202) 225-4121


Media Advisory


House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers to give Keynote Address at American Center for Democracy


WASHINGTON, D.C. –  Chairman Mike Rogers will provide the keynote address at a cyber event sponsored by American Center for Democracy and hosted by the George Mason University School of Law & Center for Infrastructure & Homeland Security. The event, entitled “CyberThreats & The Economy: New Strategies to security our Economy from Cyber Depredation” will be held in the George Mason Law School Building on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 4:00pm ET – 7:00pm ET.  Chairman Rogers’ keynote will focus on “Information Sharing to Improve our Cyber Security”.


Date:                           Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Time:                          4:00pm ET

Keynote Speaker:       HPCSI Chairman Mike Rogers

Event:                         “CyberThreats & The Economy”

Sponsored by the American Center for Democracy

Hosted by the George Mason University School of Law & Center for Infrastructure & Homeland Security


Location:                    George Mason Law School Building
                             Room 121, Hazel Hall
                             3301 Fairfax Drive
                             Arlington, VA  22201

There will be a panel discussion following Chairman Rogers’ keynote address.

Panel Participants include:

Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, Director ACD/EWI
Michael Mukasey, Former Attorney General
R. James Woolsey, Former Director of Central Intelligence
Stewart Baker, Former Assistant Secretary for Policy, DHS
Mark Weatherford, Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity, DHS
Steven Chabinsky, Former Deputy Assistant Director, FBI  Cyber Division
Christina Ray -- Senior Managing Director for Market Intelligence at Omnis
Brian Bruh, Former Director, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network
Prof. Jeremy Rabkin, George Mason University School of Law -- Retaliating in
                                 Cyberspace: Lessons from the History of War at Sea


This event is open to the press.  Please RSVP to or call Brett Heimov at 202-589-0800


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