INSCT Director the Hon. James E. Baker gave the keynote address on the first day of the 2019 US Cyber Command Interagency Legal Conference, held at Andrews Air Force Base, MD. Titled “Achieving and Maintaining Cyberspace Superiority,” the conference takes place over March 4-7, 2019.
The 2019 conference focuses on the 2018 Command Vision for the US Cyber Command, and it provides the opportunity to discuss the domestic and international law implications of confronting long-term strategic competition in cyberspace. The first two days of the conference are unclassified, before the conference splits to allow discussion of classified information and strategy.
Among the topics of discussion during the unclassified portion are “Enhancing Domestic Resiliency Through Public/Private Partnerships,” “The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act,” and “Defending Forward: International Law and Norms Development.” Baker is joined at the conference by COL Gary Corn, Staff Judge Advocate, US Cyber Command; Paul Rosenzweig, Red Branch Consulting, LLC; Robert Chesney, University of Texas School of Law; and Laura Dickenson, Research Professor of Law, George Washington Law School.