Iran's interim nuclear deal with the P5+1 negotiators has been hailed at the White House and greeted with ambivalence in the halls of Congress.
But how it impacts Iran in cyberspace remains to be seen. Iranian cyberconfrontations have been among the world's most explosive in recent years, including both attacks from Iran, such as disruption of the US banking sector and against Gulf energy companies, and against Iran, such as Stuxnet and the Wiper worm.
Should the interim deal disintegrate, what are the chances of renewed cyberconflict in the years to come? And should it hold up, how might that impact Iran's cyber posture? Discuss that and more with experts from The Atlantic Council on Wednesday, April 8.
Intro: Neal Pollard, Director, Forensics Technology Practice, PricewaterhouseCoopers (@PwCAdvisory)
Remarks: Gen. James L. Jones, Jr. USMC (Ret.), Founder, Jones Group International
JD Work, Research Director, Cyber Conflict Documentation Project
Barbara Slavin, @barbaraslavin1, Nonresident Senior Fellow, South Asia Center, Atlantic Council
Andretta Towner, Senior Intelligence Analyst, CrowdStrike
Moderated by: Paul Kurtz, CEO, TruSTAR Technology
Wednesday, April 8, 2015
4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
1030 15th Street NW
12th Floor (West Tower Elevator)
Join the conversation via the hashtag #ACCyber.
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