Today's Terrorism: Today's Counter-terrorism



THE CENTER ON NATIONAL SECURITY AT FORDHAM LAW PRESENTS:

 

TODAY'S TERRORISM: TODAY'S COUNTER-TERRORISM

 

On November 3, 2014, the Center hosted Today's Terrorism: Today's Counter-terrorism, a day-long conference that gathered some of the country's leading experts in counter-terrorism strategy, counter-radicalization efforts, and national security practice to promote critical thinking about the pressing questions surrounding the threat of international terrorism today. The conference drew over 500 participants from law enforcement, public policy, and major media outlets. In his much-publicized keynote address, FBI Director James Comey discussed several national security issues, including the recruitment policies of ISIS and other extremist groups, as well as the implications of the encryption of data by companies like Google and Apple. 

 

Watch videos of the entire conference here: