The NatSec Tech incubator’s first project - Social Media & Tech 360: Innovation, Security, & Governance - addresses potential future threats and opportunities emanating from next generation social media. The Center announced today it has appointed a high level Task Force to tackle these issues and make actionable recommendations for the way forward. Task Force members include experts from diverse backgrounds, including from the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of the US government, technology companies, traditional and next generation media, law, finance, civil society, and academia. Meet the Task Force.
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Anchored by the strongest and most diverse national security faculty in the country, the Center is at the forefront of the national security conversation.
The Center operates with a “National Security 360” perspective: a holistic and multi-disciplinary approach to identifying and addressing some of the most pressing concerns in national security law and policy. The Center’s work is organized around three pillars:
- Next Gen Program for J.D. and LL.M students
- The launch of our new 360 Innovation Incubator, a problem solving lab for complex real-world security problems
- Deepening the national security conversation through public engagement
On October 28th, 2021, the National Institute for Military Justice (NIMJ), along with the Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security, National Security Law Society, Military Law Society, and Journal of National Security Law and Policy, will hold a symposium recognizing NIMJ’s 30 years of educating the American public on military justice matters.
Georgetown Law’s Center on National Security Announces Appointment of Mark Chandler as Senior NatSec Tech FellowOctober 15, 2021 National Security & Technology
The Center on National Security is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Chandler, the former General Counsel of Cisco Systems, as a Senior Fellow with the Center’s National Security & Technology Program. As a nationally recognized tech law expert, Mr. Chandler will serve as a senior adviser to the Center’s NatSec Technology Incubator projects as well as mentor students focused on national security and technology.
NatSec 360, the Center’s new and exciting initiative to identify and address some of the most pressing concerns in national security law and policy is launching the first of four incubators: National Security & Technology (NatSec Tech).
Avril Danica Haines (JD '01) is the Director of National Intelligence for the Biden-Harris administration. She is the first woman to serve in the country’s most senior intelligence position. Ms. Haines previously served in the Obama Administration as the first female Deputy National Security Advisor and the first female Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Prior to her appointment to the CIA, she served as Deputy Counsel to the President for National Security Affairs in the Office of White House Counsel.