The fourth annual Workshop on Bridging the Gap of Cyber Conflict was held November 12 at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.
This workshop focused on enhancing the sharing of information between emerging researchers and the senior practitioners of cyber conflict. Panels considered how societies respond to cyber attacks, examined the relationship between intelligence, convert action, and cyber conflict, and a panel of senior policy makers presented lessons from their broad experience.
The Early Career Scholars panel featuring the research and scholarship of emerging researchers in the cyber conflict field. This professional development event enabled researcher to present their ongoing work to a panel of senior researchers and practioners for feedback.