Privacy, Security & Technology in the 21st Century -- Conference on June 16, 2005

Privacy, Security and Technology in the 21st Century: Addressing the Legal Landscape of Today and Tomorrow

Critical Infrastructure Protection Program

June 16, 2005

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
George Mason University
3401 Fairfax Drive, Room 329
Arlington, VA

Please join Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Law John O. Marsh for a one day conference on the intersection of privacy and national security and the challenges facing the current and next generation of legal leadership. This workshop will address legal challenges in balancing privacy and security concerns in the context of the war on terror, ethical issues arising from the concept of privacy, and the impact of technologies and capabilities on privacy. Conference objectives include:

  • identifying emerging issues relating to privacy, security and technology;
  • taking a "fresh look" at existing and evolving paradigms;
  • creating a sustainable dialogue focused on the legal issues arising from synthesis areas of homeland security relating to critical infrastructure; and,
  • forging pathways for the next generation of legal leadership.

Confirmed panelists and participants represent a diverse cross-section of privacy issue stakeholders, including government, private sector, academia, and non-profit organizations.

This workshop promises to include not only lively debate, but draft recommendations for the current and future leadership of our legal system.

Please contact Amy Cobb at GMU to RSVP and register for this event at or (703) 993-8193.