Manor College hosts Ukrainian Dialogue: Hacking and the New Russia

On November 1, 2018, Manor College will host our next Ukrainian Dialogue: Hacking and the New Russia. In the past year, the news has been dominated by the Russian hacking of the 2016 Presidential elections and the resulting Muller investigation.  A story that started with the hack of the Democratic National Committee in July 2016 has reached to the pinnacle of U.S. power and politics.

But what is the real story behind the great hack of 2016? A former senior U.S. intelligence officer, Jack Thomas Tomarchio, addresses the issues that brought this saga to the headlines. From his unique optic as a high-ranking member of the United States Intelligence Community, Tomarchio will address what happened, how the U.S. intelligence community found a Russian connection, and most importantly WHY the Russians would want to influence a U.S. Presidential election. He will examine what the future holds for U.S.-Russian relations and Russia’s future relations with NATO, the EU, and the world. He will also discuss the cyber attacks brought against Ukraine and its electrical grid system.

Presented by Ukrainian Selfreliance Federal Credit Union

Register now and join us for an informative evening and light refreshments.

November 1, 2018 | 5:00-6:30 pm | Basileiad Manor Library Lecture Space | Free, Open to the Public