||This event will explore the legal aspects of selected angles of cyber security in the United States. The panel will analyze the extent to which existing national and international rules and policies respond to current challenges relating to cyber threats, in particular the right to active self-defense of the private sector in cyber space. The role of states in protecting the private sector against cyber threats and the margin of maneuver states have in responding to cyber terrorism will also be explored. Our panelists include experts from both, public and private sector, and academia. In addition to being free for ASIL members, students of ASIL Academic Partners can attend for FREE. They just need to register online with the discount code of “UNPART”. The event will also award Continuing Legal Education credits, so feel free to let interested faculty or practice colleagues who might be interested know as well.