Changing Threats and Bolstered Defenses

Cyber Security workshop on April 24 with experts from Israel, Germany and the U.S.

April 24 Tuesday


April 24, 2018, 9.00


Washington, DC



The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung's workshop on "US-Israel-Germany Security Cooperation on Cyber Security: changing threats and bolstered defenses" in Washington is designed to bring experts and policy-makers from the U.S., Israel and Germany together.

Also available in Deutsch

The goal is to identify common challenges in the field of cyber security policy and to explore synergy potential.

In the past years, all three countries have been facing a new level of threats to their national security. Besides ever evolving forms of terrorism, cyber-attacks and cyber espionage have become leading concerns for the respective agencies, law enforcement and policy makers.

The United States, Israel and Germany all share common values and maintain strong relationships. Our goal is to build sustainable networks for an ongoing cooperation. Areas of discussion will include legal frameworks, economic espionage, and dealing with state and non-state actors.

Contact person

Justin Lakamper

Program Officer

Justin Lakamper
Phone +1 202 464 5847
Languages: English,‎ Deutsch