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Ms. Mieke Eoyang Deputy Asst SecDef for Cyber Policy US Department of Defense

Ms. Mieke Eoyang is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy. The Cyber Policy office is responsible for establishing DoD cyberspace policy and strategy, providing guidance and oversight on DoD cyberspace activities, and managing DoD’s primary external relationships across the U.S. government, key domestic stakeholders, and our allies and partners.

Prior to that she was the Senior Vice President for the National Security Program at the think tank, Third Way, where she led their work on national security issues including on foreign policy, Congress’ role in the national security policymaking process, non-proliferation, intelligence oversight, electronic surveillance, and cybersecurity, including founding their Cyber Enforcement Initiative.

Before joining Third Way, she served in both personal and professional staffs in both the House and Senate, including as Subcommittee Staff Director for Intelligence Community Management on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Defense Policy Advisor to Senator Edward M. Kennedy, and lead Democratic Professional Staff Member on the House Armed Services Committee for the Military Personnel Subcommittee.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Internet Freedom and Privacy
(2:20pm - 3:05pm)

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