US National Security and Individual Privacy

The UNM National Security Studies Program will be holding their annual symposium on April 11.  This year's focus is US National Security and Individual Privacy: Legal, Technical, and Ethical Challenges.  Senator Martin Heinrich, a member of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, will begin the conference at 10:00 a.m. in the Student Union Building's Ballroom A.  Other speakers at the symposium include Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, Counselor of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security and former chief counsel to both the CIA and NSA, and Dr. Herbert Lin, Chief Scientist of the National Academy of Sciences Computer Science Board. Panel topics include emerging trends, strategic career opportunities, and presentations by NSSP scholars of their research.

Pre-Symposium Talks will be held on Thursday, April 10 - (see descriptions below for locations)

11:00 a.m.   Grand Challenges in Cybersecurity
Dr. Herbert Lin, Chief Scientist, National Academy of Sciences, Computer Science Board
Mechanical Engineering Building, ME 218

12:00 noon  A Legal Research Agenda for a Post Snowden World
Dean Emerita Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, Counselor of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security
UNM School of Law - Faculty Only

12:00 noon  CIA Overview and Data Scientist Careers
Dr. Barbara Stevens, Deputy Chief, Emerging Issues and Advanced Analytics Group, Central Intelligence Agency
Electrical and Computer Engineering Building, ECE 118

2:00 p.m       Cybersecurity and Market Failure
Dr. Herbert Lin, Chief Scientist, National Academy of Sciences, Computer Science Board
Anderson School of Management, Jackson Student Center

3:00 p.m       CIA Overview and Information Technology Careers
Dr. Barbara Stevens, Deputy Chief, Emerging Issues and Advanced Analytics Group, Central Intelligence Agency
Anderson School of Management, Jackson Student Center

Spring 2014 Symposium

When: Friday April 11, 2014 (10 AM to 3:30 PM )
Where: UNM Student Union Building, Ballroom A

Friday, 11th April 2014

10:00 a.m.         
Welcome Remarks
Regent Bradley Hosmer

10:05 a.m.           
Setting the Stage
Provost Chaouki Abdallah, UNM

10:10 a.m.                          
America both Safe and Free:  Balancing Civil Liberties with NationalSecuirty in a Digital Age
The Honorable Martin Heinrich, U.S. Senator, New Mexico; Member Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Click here for keynote speech by Martin Heinrich

11:15 a.m.                          
Who is Snowden:  Savant, Scoundrel or Spy?
Dean Emerita Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, Counselor of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security

12:15 noon
After Snowden:  Quo Vadis?
Dr.Herbert Lin, Chief Scientist, National Academy of Sciences, Computer Science Board         

1:15 pm.                          
Lunch

1:45 p.m.   Panel: Ethics and Data Privacy
Manuel Montoya (moderator), Assistant Professor, Anderson School of Management, UNM
Jed Crandall, Assistant Professor, Computer Sciences, UNM
Dean Emerita Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, Counselor of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security
Dr.Herbert Lin, Chief Scientist, National Academy of Sciences, Computer Science Board

2:45 p.m. Panel: Strategic Career Opportunities
James Tegnelia (moderator), Research Professor, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering, UNM
James Ellickson-Brown, UNM Diplomat in Residence, Department of State
Special Agent Jeremy Arellano, Counter-Proliferation Investigations, Department of Homeland Security
Stephan Marshall, Chief Division Counsel, Albuquerque Field Division Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
Dr. Barbara Stevens, Deputy Chief, Emerging Issues and Advanced Analytics Group, Central Intelligence Agency
Alexander Cochran III, Director, Maryland Operations, BAE Systems Security and Analysis