From Wilson Center:

A summary of “Hack the Capitol 3.0” hosted by the Wilson Center’s Science and Technology Innovation Program, in partnership with The ICS Village, Cyber Bytes Foundation, and R Street Institute, highlighting critical infrastructure considerations in cybersecurity from government, industry, and press perspectives.

Today, our nation’s adversaries and other bad actors have the capacity to cause significant harm to our democracy, disrupting the well-being of our financial, manufacturing, defense, health care, communications, and education infrastructure “without even firing a shot,” said Senator Hassan. Hack the Capitol 3.0, hosted in partnership by the Wilson Center’s Science and Technology Innovation ProgramThe ICS VillageCyber Bytes Foundation, and R Street Institute on September 16, 2020, was a day-long virtual conference convening experts from government, industry, and the press to discuss these cyberspace vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure.

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