North Korea's Cyber Hacking Capabilities
Mark McIntyre, Worldwide Chief Cybersecurity Advisor for Microsoft Enterprises
Please join the Harvard Club of San Francisco and the Harvard Kennedy School Alumni Network for a reception and conversation with Mark McIntyre, Worldwide Chief Cybersecurity Advisor for Microsoft Enterprises.
In addition to pursing a nuclear weapons program, North Korea is increasingly turning to offensive cyber operations. A recent analysis by US law enforcement officials indicated they believe North Korea is targeting the media, aerospace, financial and critical infrastructure sectors in the US.
Mr. McIntyre works with national governments around the world, supporting their information assurance and risk management efforts. He also advises public sector and private sector leadership teams on cybersecurity.
Thursday, November 30, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Vinson & Elkins LLP
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