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POSTPONED - DATES TBA: Cybersecurity and Fintech Conference: Hosted by Duke University and the FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts

THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN POSTPONED. RESCHEDULED DATE TBA.

Join Duke University & the FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts for a Cybersecurity and Fintech conference on January 20 & 21.

Scheduled speakers include leading practitioners in areas including ransomware, APTs, threat intelligence best practices, and law enforcement & private sector cooperation.

Attend Virtually or In-Person

About the FBI AIA:

Principled Interdependence: How to Maintain America’s High-Tech Advantages over China

Although both Washington and Beijing have explicitly said they oppose decoupling of our two societies, both are actually still pursuing policies to attenuate connectivity along a number of dimensions in order to mitigate a variety of risks they see arising from such connections. The result could lead to a substantial reduction in bilateral ties as well as a possible fragmentation of the global economy.

RESPONSE-ABILITY: Anthropology and Activism, A conversation with Cultural Anthropology faculty and graduate students on political commit/meants

Cultural Anthropology presents

RESPONSE-ABILITY: Anthropology and Activism
A conversation with Cultural Anthropology faculty and graduate students on political commit/meants

Featuring Cultural Anthropology professors Christine Folch, Anne-Maria Makhulu, and Ralph Litzinger, and graduate students Naledi Yaziyo, Joe Hiller, and Hannah Borenstein

Monday, November 8, 2021
1:30pm

Hybrid

In person
Friedl Building, Room 225

And

That's No Moon - Technical and Diplomatic Solutions to the Space Debris Challenge

A new era of human space activities is unfolding every day before our eyes. An increasing number of nation-states and private sector actors are now capable of deploying a wide array of space technologies to low Earth orbit and beyond. While these developments are opening a host of new opportunities for economic expansion and international strategic cooperation, they also pose a myriad of emerging security and regulatory challenges that will require careful anticipatory diplomacy for risk mitigation.

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