Dr Mark Raymond will deliver a talk Engaging Security and Intelligence Practitioners in the Emerging Cyber Regime Complex. The talk will take place within the doctoral seminar on Media, Technology and Democracy on November 14 at 2:30 p.m. in Room 303 of McKinley.
Abstract: Security and intelligence practitioners are rapidly expanding their cyber capabilities. However, their efforts also have significant implications for a large and expanding array of other actors, rules and institutions at both the domestic and global levels. This talk discusses the emerging global regime complex for cyber issues, highlighting contemporary rule-making challenges and the potential for international conflict over the nature of the cyber regime complex. It demonstrates the importance and difficulty of engaging security and intelligence practitioners with these processes of global rule-making, and argues that such efforts must begin at the cultural and attitudinal levels within the broader intelligence and defense communities. It concludes by advancing modest recommendations for next steps in ensuring the engagement of security and intelligence practitioners with the global cyber regime complex.