Kim Taipale participated in Negotiating the Emerging Economy (slides) at the 21st Annual Aspen Institute Rountable on Information Technology (Jul 31-Aug 3, 2012).
Kim Taipale presented Behavioral Tracking and Social Control, GISP (Nov. 28, 2011).
Kim Taipale discussed Governance in an Interconnected World (slides) at The Changing Significance of Geography: from Cyberspace to Outer Space, and the Spaces in Between, Atlantic Council, Wash., DC (Nov. 14, 2011).
Kim Taipale participated in Reframing the Global Cyber Threat, Arlington, VA (Oct. 2011).
Kim Taipale moderated Political Salon with Misha Glenny, author of DarkMarket: Cyberthieves, Cybercops, and You, World Policy Institute (Oct. 11, 2011)
Kim Taipale discussed Security: Present and Future Challenges at the Blouin Creative Leadership Summit, New York, NY (Sep. 19-20, 2011).
Kim Taipale discussed Strategic Cyberdefense, George Washington University School of Law (Nov. 18, 2010).
Kim Taipale participated in Addressing Complex Problems, Highlands Forum XLIII (OSD), Phoenix, Arizona (Nov. 7-9, 2010).
Kim Taipale participated in The Future of Work, Nineteenth Annual Aspen Institute Roundtable on Information Technology (Aug. 3-6, 2010) (slides).
Kim Taipale participated in No More Secrets: National Security Strategies for a Transparent World sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the National Strategy Forum, Wash., DC (June 29, 2010).
Kim Taipale discussed Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, and National Security at "National Security Challenges and the Obama Administration", Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC (Apr. 15-16, 2010).
Kim Taipale discussed Cyberspace and the Fourth Amendment at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces 2010 Annual Judicial Conference, Washington, DC (Mar. 10-11, 2010).
Kim Taipale discussed "The Rise of America’s Surveillance State" with author Shane Harris at The Brookings Institution, Wash. DC (Mar. 11, 2010).
Kim Taiplae discussed Counterterrorism 2.0: Using IT to Connect the Dots at the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation, Wash., DC (Feb.23, 2010).
Kim Taipale discussed Technology, Law nad National Security at the Texas Law Review Symposium 2010, Univ. of Texas Law School, Austin, TX (Feb 4-6, 2010).
Selected Events 2009:
Kim Taipale discussed Cyber Security, Cyber Warfare, and National Security at the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security "Nineteenth Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law," Wash., DC (Nov. 12-13, 2009).
Kim Taipale discussed Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism, hosted by the JOLT/NSLA, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA (Oct. 28, 2009).
Kim Taipale participated in Extreme Inference: Implications of Data Intensive Advanced Correlation Techniques, Eighteenth Annual Aspen Institute Roundtable on Information Technology (Aug. 4-7, 2009).
Kim Taipale discussed Cyber-deterrence at the Kennedy School, Harvard University, (June 8-9, 2009).
Kim Taipale discussed National Security Threats in Cyberspace, at the McCormick Foundation Conference Series, ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security and the National Strategy Forum (June 4-5, 2009).
Kim Taipale presented Deconstructing Cyberpower, at the Naval War College, Providence, RI (Apr. 27, 2009).
Kim Taipale presented The Impact of the Information Revolution at America's Security Role in a Changing World, A Global Strategic Assessment, National Defense University, Wash., DC (Apr. 7, 2009).
Selected Events 2008:
Kim Taipale discussed the effects of global commercial trends on national security policy at Cyberspace-Challenges and Solutions for National Security, AFCEA, Wash., DC (Dec. 10, 2008).
Kim Taipale discussedCyber Insecurity, the threats of cyberspace in a globalized world, AVENUE Magazine (Nov. 2008).
Kim Taipale discussed Predictive Markets, Information and Risk at Collective Intelligence II, Highlands Forum (OSD), Phoenix, AZ (Oct. 26-28, 2008).
Kim Taipale discussed Ambiguity vs. Explicit Declaration at Cyber Deterrence, National Defense University, Wash., DC (Oct. 20-21, 2008).
Kim Taipale appeared on Digital Age with James Goodale to discuss the Russian Cyber Attacks on Georgia (WNYE-PBS, Sept. 28, 2008) (Play Video).
Kim Taipale discussed The Impact of Globalization on Cyber Security and Human Security at the Third Annual Global Creative Leadership Summit, New York, NY (Sep. 21-23, 2008).
Kim Taipale participated in Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing: Implications for Social Interaction, Governance and Money, Seventeenth Annual Aspen Institute Roundtable on Information Technology (Jul. 29-Aug. 1, 2008).
Kim Taipale appeared on On Point: Privacy in the Electronic Workplace, National Public Radio (NPR) (Jul. 3, 2008) (Windows Media) (RealAudio).
Kim Taipale discussed Key Cyberspace Policy Issues, Security Policy and Crisis Management Program, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Washington, DC (Jun. 20, 2008).
Kim Taipale presented A Framework for Global Cybersecurity Policy, PTCP, New York, NY (May 15, 2008).
Kim Taipale participated in Workshop for Real ID Alternative, Berkman Center on Internet and Society, Harvard Law School (May 13, 2008).
Kim Taipale presented Ambiguity in Context at Deterrence in an Information Setting, Highlands Forum XXXIV (OSD), Wye River, MD (Apr. 27-29, 2008).
Kim Taipale appears on the PBS program Nanotechnology: Privacy and Security (PBS April 2008).
Kim Taipale presented The High Cs? at New Spectrum of Engagement: Collaboration, Competition, and Conflict, Highlands Forum (OSD), Wye River, MD (Apr. 6-8, 2008).
Kim Taipale participated in Deterrence in an Information Setting, Enrichment Session, Highlands Forum (OSD), Washington, DC (Mar. 10, 2008).
Kim Taipale discussed Are the Telecoms Complicit in Wiretapping? as part of Justice Talking: The Tension Between Security and Liberty in the War on Terror on National Public Radio (NPR) (Mar. 3, 2008). (audio available)
Kim Taipale appeared on Digital Age with James Goodale to discuss Encryption and Information Security (WNYE-PBS, Jan. 16, 2008) (View video - 28 min.).
Selected Events 2007:
Kim Taipale keynoted Security in the Global Marketplace, Forbes CEO Breakfast Series. (Nov. 15, 2007).
Kim Taipale debated "Privacy vs. National Security" as part of the Miller Center on Public Affairs National Debate Series, Wash., DC (Nov. 13, 2007).
Kim Taipale presented Seeking Symmetry on the Information Front: Confronting Global Jihad on the Internet, PLENSIA, New York, NY (May 23, 2007).
New Authority to Oversight Foreign Intelligence Needed, PLENSIA, New York, NY (May 7, 2007).
Kim Taipale presented Policy Issues for Science and Technology in a "Surveillance Society" at the 32nd Annual AAAS Forum on Science and Technology Policy, Wash., DC (May 3, 2007).
Testimony of Kim Taipale, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Modernization: Reconciling Signals Intelligence Activity with Targeted Wiretapping, before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SCCI) Hearing on The Foreign Intelligence Modernization Act of 2007 (May 1, 2007).
FISA Should be Amended, PLENSIA, New York, NY, Apr. 19, 2007.
Kim Taipale discussed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance at the NYLS Media Law & Policy conference at the New York City Bar Association (Mar. 29, 2007).
Kim Taipale appeared on Digital Age with James Goodale: Will the CIA Ever Learn to Blog? (WNYE-PBS, Mar. 18, 2007) (also Jul. 1, 2007) (View video - 28 min.).
Kim Taipale testified on the Privacy Implications of Government Data Mining Programs before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Washington, DC (Jan. 10, 2007). [HTML] [PDF]
Selected Events 2006:
Kim Taipale moderated Critical Issues Plenary Conversation at Identity Protection and Management, Highlands Forum XXX (OSD), Washington, DC (Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2006).
Kim Taipale was a panelist on the PBS Fred Friendly Seminar series program Nanotechnology: Privacy and Security taped in Boston, MA, Nov. 28, 2006.
Kim Taipale discussed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance at Fordham Law School, Nov. 15, 2006.
Kim Taipale presented Deconstructing Information Warfare to the Committee on Policy Consequences and Legal/Ethical Implications of Offensive Information Warfare, The National Academies, Washington, DC, Oct. 30, 2006.
Kim Taipale testified on "Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Reform" before the U. S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), Jul. 19, 2006. [Written Testimony]
Kim Taipale presented What You Need to Know About Identity and Security at the Identity Mashup Conference, Berkman Center, Harvard Law School, Jun. 19-21, 2006.
Kim Taipale and Kate Martin, director of the Center for National Security Studies, debate the NSA surveillance programs on WHHY Radio Times, National Public Radio (May 16, 2006). [Listen to the show via RealAudio or Streaming MP3] (1 hr.)
Kim Taipale and Marc Rothenberg, director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), discuss the role of technology in government surveillance efforts in The Wall Street Journal (May 16, 2006).
Kim Taipale presented "Is Net Neutrality Bad for National Preparedness?" WPI Program on Telecommunications Policy, New York, May 3, 2006. (HTML)
Kim Taipale presented "From Data Mining to Computational Social Science for Counterterrorism" to the Committee on the Technical and Privacy Dimensions of Information for Terrorism Prevention and Other National Goals, The National Academies, Washington, DC, Apr. 27, 2006.
Kim Taipale presented "Seeking Symmetry in Fourth Generation Warfare: Information Operations and the War of Ideas," at the Bantle-Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) Symposium: "Challenges in the Struggle Against Violent Extremism: Winning the War of Ideas" at Syracuse University, Mar. 30, 2006.
Kim Taipale "FISA is not adequate to address recent technology developments," World Policy Institute, PLENSIA, New York, NY (Mar. 10, 2006). [more]
Selected Events 2003-2005:
"Science and Technology: Identity Theft," The Heritage Foundation Washington, DC, Nov. 2, 2005. [slides available]
"Technical and Policy Challenges: Implications for Evolving Business Models" at the 16th Annual Economic Crimes Institute Conference in Tysons Corner, VA, Oct. 24, 2005. [slides avaialble]
"The Future of the Nation State: Confronting Hostile Adaptive Networks," GISP, New York, NY, Sept. 28, 2005.
"Data Mining and Counter-terrorism: Methodology and Policy," at "Advancing Analytic Techniques in Counterterrorism Analysis," in Arlington, VA, August 19, 2005.
"Emerging Technologies in Security Evaluations," National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA, July 13-14, 2005.
"Developing Trust: Technology, Accountability and Redress" at the LexisNexis Symposium on Data Usage and Information Sharing, Tysons Corner, VA, June 8, 2005.
'Beyond Terror: A New Security Agenda' Conference at the Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, Providence , RI, June 3-4, 2005. [more]
"Information Policy and the Intelligence Enterprise," McLean, VA, Apr. 12, 2005. [more]
"Information as Warfare: Disrupting Terrorist Networks" at the Yale Information Society Project, "Global Flow of Information" Conference, Yale Law School (Apr. 1-3, 2005).
"Biometrics and Information Sharing" at the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board workshop on Biometrics, The National Academies, Washington, DC, Mar. 15-16, 2005. [more]
Policy Appliance Reference Model as part of the Global Information Society Project at the World Policy Institute (Jan. 27, 2005). [more]
"Not Issuing Driver's Licenses [under the Real ID Act] to Illegal Aliens is Bad for National Security," World Policy Institute, Program on Law Enforcement and National Security in the Information Age (PLENSIA) New York, NY, Dec. 17, 2004. [more]
"Public Safety vs. Personal Privacy: The Case For and Against Secure Flight" at InfoSecurity 2004, New York, Dec. 8, 2004. [more]
"Counterterrorism Technology and Privacy" at the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security conference on "National Security Law in a Changed World: The Fourteenth Annual Review of the Field," Arlington, VA on Nov. 18-19, 2004. [more]
"How Should the US Implement Information Sharing? A Discussion of the Executive Order Strengthening the Sharing of Terrorism Information to Protect Americans," The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Arlington, VA, Nov. 9, 2004. [more]
"Government Should Not Rush to Massive ID Surveillance System," World Policy Institute, Global Information Society Project, Program on Law Enforcement and National Security in the Information Age, Oct. 29, 2004. [more]
"Technology for Security and Safety: Industry's Role," at a conference hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce on Oct. 25, 2004 in Paris, France.
"Law Enforcement and National Security in the Information Age: Technology, Security, and Privacy in the War on Terror," a panel discussion hosted by the Center for Advanced Studies and the World Policy Institute, Oct. 14, 2004, in New York. [more] [Press Release 10/01] [Press Release 10/15]
"Balancing Security and Privacy" at the GETA 2004 Government Symposium on Information Sharing for Homeland Security in Orlando, FL, Jun. 28-30, 2004. [more]
"Technology as a Tool to Protect Civil Liberties: Enterprise Architecture and Civil Liberties," at the Counterterrorism Technology and Privacy Conference, McCormick Tribune Foundation Cantigny Conference Series, ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, Jun. 24-25, 2004. [more]
"Security and Anonymity" at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC. on May 4, 2004. [more]
"Technology, Security and Privacy: Designing Technical Features to Support Policy Goals" at DIMACS, Rutgers University, Apr. 15, 2004. [more]
"What Categories of Personal Information are Relevant to Countering the Terrorist Threat?" The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, arlington, VA, Mar. 30, 2004. [more]
"New Tools: Design, Technology, Control, Data Mining and Surveillance" at "Digital Cops in Virtual Environment - CyberCrime and Digital Law Enforcement," Yale Law School , Mar. 26-28, 2004. [more]
"CyberCrime, CyberTerror and Digital Law Enforcement," NYLS, Mar. 2, 2004 [more]
"Security and Privacy," Markle Foundation, Feb. 18, 2004.
"The Politics and Law of Identity and Identification in the Context of the War on Terror," Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Arlington, VA, Jan. 28, 2004 [more]
"A Critique of the Markle Report on Trusted Information Networks for Homeland Security," The Heritage Foundation, Dec. 11, 2003 [more]
"Technology, Security and Privacy," The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Capital Hill, Dec. 2, 2003 [more]