June 30, 2020
As we move toward the promise of 5G-enabled applications and networks, policy makers and business leaders alike must weigh evolving economic opportunities and national security challenges in a dynamic environment of market, technology, geopolitical, and regulatory flux. The emergence of virtualized, software defined networks powered by artificial intelligence, advanced cloud and edge computing, and new cybersecurity capabilities will operate as the foundation for a revitalized global digital economy.
Conversation with Senator Mark Warner
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To achieve game-changing beneficial outcomes, governments and industry must work together to shape and implement practical operational structures that can ensure the sustainability of a diverse, vibrant, and secure global ecosystem. Initiatives, international standards development, and cybersecurity proposals like those advanced by the Council to Secure the Digital Economy provide critical scaffolding to effectuate this massive transition.
We heard senior government and technology leaders share perspectives on strategies to accelerate U.S. 5G leadership while simultaneously advancing our broader national and economic security goals.
Where Are We, Where Are We Going and How Do We Get There?
A Conversation with Senator Mark Warner (D-VA)
Facilitated by USTelecom CEO Jonathan Spalter
Chris Boyer, Vice President – Global Security and Technology Policy, AT&T
Evelyn Remaley, Associate Administrator, Office of Policy Analysis and Development, NTIA
Diane Rinaldo, Senior Vice President, Beacon Global Strategies
Honorable Mike Rogers, former Chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Jayne Stancavage, Global Executive Director, Digital Infrastructure Policy, Intel
Moderated by USTelecom SVP Cybersecurity and Innovation Robert Mayer