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[Upcoming Event] 21st Century Technologies, Geopolitics, and the US-Japan Alliance: US and Japanese Perspectives on Cybersecurity and Undersea Cables (October 22, 2020)

2020.10.05

21st Century Technologies,
Geopolitics, and the US-Japan
Alliance: US and Japanese Perspectives on Cybersecurity and Undersea Cables


Date: October 21, 2020 (US) | October 22, 2020 (JST)
Panel: 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm US ET | 9:00 am - 10:15 am JST
Pacific Forum Young Leaders Open House: 9:25 pm - 10:10 pm ET | 10:25 am - 11:10 pm JST

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Registration deadline: Mon., Oct. 19, 2020 (US ET) | Tues., Oct 20, 2020 (JST)

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Featuring:

Christina Ayiotis
 Cyber Strategist & Consultant

Mihoko Matsubara
 Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, NTT Corporation

Motohiro Tsuchiya
 Professor, Keio University

Moderated by: Brad Glosserman, Tama University Center for Rule Making Strategies; Senior Advisor for Pacific Forum


About the Panel

This public panel is focused on bringing insights on key foundational technologies to an undergraduate and graduate student audience. It will explore cybersecurity from US and Japanese perspectives, including issues of trust and transparency and regional cooperation; as well as the geopolitics of submarine cables. Providing insights from both industry and academia in Japan and the United States, it promises to be an engaging session on critical topics for our shared future. Participants will leave with a better understanding of US and Japanese thinking on cybersecurity and submarine cables, including security challenges and benefits.

About the Pacific Forum Young Leaders Open House

Pacific Forum Young Leaders Program Director Ariel Stenek will lead an informational session about the program and its offerings, as well as answer questions. Attendees including students from Japanese universities, current members of the Young Leaders network, and Young Leaders Program alumni will be invited to join breakout rooms where they can connect virtually, share research interests, and discuss the day's most pressing topics.