Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 12:00 PM
South Hall, Room 205
Light lunch will be served.
Members of UC Berkeley and the broader cybersecurity community are invited to attend an upcoming seminar with Jonathan Reiber, CLTC Senior Fellow, who previously served as Chief Strategy Officer in the Office of Cyber Policy, in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. In this position, he led strategic initiatives across the cyber policy portfolio, including strategic planning; key international, interagency, and industry partnerships; and strategic communications. He was the principal author of The Department of Defense Cyber Strategy (2015).
Earlier in the Obama Administration, from 2011-2012, Reiber served as Speechwriter and Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Dr. Ashton B. Carter, and from 2009-2011, he served as Special Assistant to the Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Dr. James N. Miller. He worked previously as Research Manager at Ergo, a New York-based intelligence and advisory firm, and with the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Sudan. A former Thomas J. Watson Fellow, he is a graduate of Middlebury College and The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Mr. Reiber’s presentation is part of CLTC’s Next-Generation Cybersecurity Seminar Series, which seeks to identify cutting-edge cybersecurity challenges from across a variety of key areas, including system and network security, government and critical infrastructure security, and consumer and data privacy security. For each issue area, we invite a subject-matter expert to reflect on the key challenges and opportunities that could unfold over the next five years—and how they are likely to affect technologies, actions, policies, behaviors, and markets.
This seminar will be held in Room 205 of South Hall, on the UC Berkeley campus. Please RSVP below if you are interested in attending this event.