Who Controls The Internet ? Tackling The New Global War

 

Fake news, the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, the WannaCry virus: From jihadist propaganda to electoral interference and targeted manipulation (Trump - Brexit - Gilets Jaunes...), to all-out cyber-attacks, the Internet has the power to change and upset political and geopolitical orders across the world. Who are the main actors of this new global battlefield? Russia, the U.S., China...?  How are social sites and our data exploited? Can we tackle the growing cross-border politically motivated cyber onslaught on privacy, security, democracy and freedom? 

 

 

Ivy Plus European Leaders
in partnership with HEC Alumni International and Alumni Alliance 
is pleased to invite you to an extremely topical and gripping talk


 Who Controls The Internet? 
 Facing The New Global War  



with
Jean-Louis Gergorin
Founder JLG Strategy
Former Vice President EADS (Airbus)
Fmr Head Policy Planning French Ministry Foreign Affairs
Graduate Polytechnique, ENA, Stanford
Author Cyber La Guerre Permanente (Editions du Cerf)

Leo Isaac-Dognin
Project Manager Capgemini Invent
Graduate Cambridge, Columbia, Sciences Po
Co-Author Cyber La Guerre Permanente 


Moderator 
General Jean-Paul Palomeros 
Fmr NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)
Former Chief of Staff French Air Force

Monday February 4, 2019 - 7:00 pm
Lucas Carton


Jean-Louis Gergorin  and Leo Isaac-Dognin will present their informative and hard-hitting book  Cyber La Guerre Permanente /Cyber The Permanent War  and expose how the digital world has multiplied the capacities and the forms of aggression, abolishing the distinction between war and peace, security and freedom, oligarchies and democracy.   They will reveal the hidden face of digital globalization from Moscow to Washington, from Beijing to Tel Aviv, Tehran, London or Paris, but also from the Silicon Valley to the Old Continent.   They will share the ‘inside stories’, decrypting the forces and the stakes, the new tactics, the risks and the threats, and sketch out future scenarios of the chilling perpetual cyber warfare. 

Alain Juillet, former Intelligence Head DGSE, HEC-Stanford-IHEDN graduate, will provide a few words of conclusion (TBC)

 

Chair
Maria Adle
 Founder & President Ivy Plus European Leaders

 

The talks will take place in the privatized Salon Madeleine of the Michelin-starred restaurant Lucas-Carton, followed by a ChampagneReception The talk



Following the cocktail, you are welcome to join our speakers for Dinner in the beautiful main restaurant decorated by the famous French Art Nouveau designer Louis Majorelle.


 
Jean-Louis Gergorin
Jean-Louis is the owner of JLG Strategy, an aerospace and defence consultancy, and teaches at Sciences-Po Paris. He was previously inter alia Executive Vice-President of EADS (now Airbus) and Head of Policy Planning at the French Foreign Ministry. Jean-Louis is an alumnus of École Polytechnique, ENA and of Stanford's Executive Program. He is also co-founder of the French American Cybersecurity Conference and a member of the RAND Business Leaders Forum. Cyber, La Guerre Permanente (Ed du Cerf) is his second book. 


Leo Isaac-Dognin
Currently a project manager within Capgemini's digital strategy unit in Paris, Leo previously worked for the UK's FCA as a financial crime analyst and policy advisor. He holds a BA from the University of Cambridge ('12), and a dual-MPA from Columbia University and Sciences Po ('17), focused on technology and defense policy. 
 
Jean-Louis Gergorin and Léo Isaac-Dognin describe cyberwarfare as the combination of hacking for sabotage, data thefts, and information manipulation through social media that came to public attention following the events surrounding the US presidential election of 2016. Far from being isolated events, such operations have grown to become a pivotal component of state and private sector strategies to take on adversaries and competitors in the 21st century. Among main countries and entities involved, which are the winners and losers? What risks does the future hold? And how can we respond to rising threats and break with the current level of ignorance and apathy? These questions are at the center of the authors' work.
 


Venue:  Restaurant Lucas Carton - 9 Place de la Madeleine, Paris 8
Date & Time: Monday February 4, 2014 - 7:00 pm
Price Talk & Cocktail:  Ivy Plus European Leaders, HEC, Alumni Alliance: 37€  -  Non-Members and Guests: 45€
Dinner: 70€ - Limited Number  
Registration & Payment for Talk & Cocktail:  
https://www.weezevent.com/who-controls-the-internet-the-new-global-war
Reservation & Payment for Dinner at Lucas-Carton after the event must be made by check labelled to Association SCEL and forwarded to Ivy Plus European Leaders, 20 rue de l'Assomption, 75016, or via bank transfer to BNP Paribas (ask for the IBAN)
before February 1st -
Contact: 
maria.adle@ivy-plus-european-leaders.com 

Save the Date:  We will be delighted to welcome you to this stimulating first event of 2019 on the important theme of Cyber War.  Please save the dates of Thursday February 21, 2019 for our Dinner-Talk with the Head of the Women's Forum, Chiara Corazza, and Thursday March 14, 2019 with Laurent Alexandre & J-C Ameisen (tbc) to discuss other Big Challenges of the 21st Century.  

 

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