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"What we have now learned over the last 10 or 20 years, is that you cannot assume trust. That is why we’re dealing with a persistent problem of criminality, theft of intellectual property and even efforts to sabotage or damage our infrastructure using the Internet.”
Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security
"I am a big fan of the EastWest Institute; I consider it to be a national asset."
Former U.S. National Security Advisor
“EWI’s China-U.S. bilateral report on Fighting Spam to Build Trust is a rare breakthrough in international cooperation.”
Former President, IEEE Communications Society
“One of our prominent speakers told me privately that his major worry is that one day we will cross a really difficult divide, and will confront a situation when people will die as a result of a cybersecurity attack. That could be a game changer of the worst type.”
EWI President and CEO
“EWI has certainly provided leadership by serving as a catalyst for collective transnational action.”
Chairman of the Board, Deloitte LLP
“No single country can deal with cross-border issues such as hacking, viruses or spam on its own.”
Ambassador of China to the UK