This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 11th Jan 2017
Frontline Russia presents a panel discussion on the future of US-Russian relations in the context of recent accusations of hacking and political interference.
In the lead up to the US presidential elections, the US government formally accused Russia of political hacking. The US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper stated that the stealing and leaking of emails from the Democratic National Committee and other institutions was intended to interfere with the election process. Posted on WikiLeaks and other websites that publish classified information from anonymous sources, the leaks led to suggestions that these online platforms are linked to senior Russian officials.
But did Russia actually launch ‘cyber warfare’ on the US, and how grounded are the C.I.A.’s conclusions? Join us for a discussion on what the hacking debate has revealed about relations between the two countries and the new role of cyber conflict in international relations.
Chaired by CBS News Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer.
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Reserve tickets at this websiteEurope/London Cyber Conflict and the Future of US-Russian Relations A panel discussion on the future of US-Russian relations in the context of recent accusations of hacking and political interference. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2017/01/11/cyber-conflict-and-the-future-of-us-russian-relations-131392 The Frontline Club,13 Norfolk Place,London,