Tuesday, April 7 | 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
The Assembly Series’ Elliot H. Stein Lecture in Ethics will explore how the spread of disinformation is disrupting a vital form of U.S. democracy. Andrew McCabe, former acting and deputy director of the FBI, will give the keynote address on 'Cyber Security: Where We Are and Where We’re Going.' After 21 years at the FBI, McCabe has significant experience not only in domestic and international intelligence activities, but also in the realm of cyber security and privacy — two of the most important issues affecting U.S. democracy today. He is a 1993 Washington University School of Law alumnus. RSVP to Chelsey Alberti at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-689-8291.
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