Our guest interview is with Richard Danzig, Senior Advisor to the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and the 71st Secretary of the United States Navy.The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm. Baker October 5, 2017In our 182nd episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker moderates a panel discussion recorded on September 27, 2017 on attribution at the 15th Annual Cyber Security Summit sponsored by Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

Baker November 8, 2017In our 191st episode Stewart Baker hosts the election security podcast before a live audience.

The panel consists of Chris Krebs, formerly of Microsoft and now the top cybersecurity official at Department of Homeland Security (with the longest title in the federal government as proof), and Ed Felten, formerly the deputy Chief Technology Officer of the federal government and currently Princeton professor focused on cybersecurity and policy.

Microsoft embraces new DOJ policy on gag orders, drops suit.

Kaspersky offers a more complete defense, but it sounds a lot like a guilty plea.

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The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm. Baker October 26, 2017In our 187th episode Stewart Baker has a chance to talk to Tom Bossert, President Trump’s Homeland Security Adviser, on the record, and we’re releasing the conversation as a bonus episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast.To register please visit the Events page of our website at The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm. Baker, Brian Egan October 23, 2017In our 186th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Jim Lewis, and Brian Egan discuss: Section 1621(f): Good Lord!If this is what we get from a Republican SASC, what would the Democrats require?In this episode, we spend a remarkably detailed half-hour with him, covering the cybersecurity waterfront, from the FBI’s problems accessing the Texas church shooter’s phone, and what Silicon Valley should do about that, to Vladimir Putin’s electoral adventurism and how to combat it.Along the way, we touch (skeptically) on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and more enthusiastically on allowing private citizens to leave their networks to track the hackers who’ve attacked them.The talk ranges from Peggy Noonan’s observations on White House staff work to the vast improvement in the West Wing’s carpeting before turning to our main topic – the looming deadline for renewing authority for FISA section 702.