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Thursday, November 12 • 09:00 - 12:30
Enhancing Cybersecurity and Building Digital Trust

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For the Internet to truly become an engine for growth an development a secure and enabling Cyberspace is an imperative. We need to:        boost global trust, promote international stability of the internet and enhance cooperation in global internet governance       develop safer ways to do business and transact online       protect people from threats to the exercise of their online freedoms      Identify, isolate and protect people from crime related activities       Augment and complement existing G2G multilateral, intergovernmental and multistakeholder initiatives to address global and national issues DIGITAL TRUST: With the Internet as the foundation of the global economy, cybersecurity is increasingly becoming a critical issue in Internet governance. If inadequately addressed, these challenges will lead to a lack of resilience, with adverse impact on trust in the global digital ecosystem and sustainable economic growth.  The current ecosystem has several challenges and dilemmas in the way we may attempt to secure these goals.  There are several orphan unresolved issues. This main session aims to bring stakeholders from various backgrounds together to discuss these challenges in an inclusive, transparent, bottom up and participatory manner.  The full potential of the internet can only be achieved by working together across nation states and stakeholder groups. Co-Facilitators: Dominique Lazanski (ICC Basis), Subi Chaturvedi and Segun Olugbile MAG Volunteer- Juan Gonzalez. MAG and Non MAG. The session will build upon existing global initiatives including GCSC2015 and others. Agenda : KEY THREADS and timings - This main session will explore the following:  Identify the issues: what are the critical challenges in establishing resiliency and trust from the different stakeholders’ perspectives? • 35 mins session answering the following question: o What are the key issues and challenges for a secure and sustainable free and open cyberspace and how can international cooperation be enhanced? • Engaging with diversity and regional/national/linguistic/forensic challenges – problem definition with a solutions approach/ case studies? o Assess the capacities: what capabilities are essential to addressing cybersecurity challenges and how can they be measured? • 35 minutes answering the following questions: o How do we strike the right balance between cybersecurity and human rights including free speech? o How can we create a secure cyberspace for netizens, small and large business, startups and governments without thwarting innovation?  o How do we engage diversity and regional/national/linguistic/forensic challenges? BRIEF BREAK Capacity building: what are the best practices in addressing today’s and tomorrow’s challenges? What platforms would facilitate and accelerate these efforts and how can they best achieve synergy in this field? • 35 mns answering the following questions: o How do we promote the use of internet for international peace and security? What recommendations are there for high level principals for cyber cooperation? o How do we discover new approaches for institutionalising and disseminating best practises for capacity building including: ♣ Rights, Recourse, Jurisdiction - Understanding risk behaviour, disruptive technologies initiating cyber hygiene, national digital literacy and broadband plan integration  Multistakeholder collaborations: what are examples of successful proactive and reactive collaborations to address cybersecurity challenges, either nationally, regionally, or globally; within a sector and across sectors? • 35 mns answering the following questions: o How can we amplify multistakeholder participation in promoting international stability of the internet and enhancing cooperation in global internet governance towards a secure cyberspace? o How do we enhance digital trust and protect privacy through bilateral and multistakeholder initiatives and collaborative spaces? o What case studies are available? Next steps: What practical and concrete steps can be taken or initiatives could be implemented? What other evidence-based research is needed? • 35 mns answering the following questions: o How can Cybersecurity be more open, accountable and transparent? o What are the next steps? And what processes can and should be part of the next steps? Chair: Paulo Sergio Carvalho Moderators: Wout de Natris – de Natris Consult Paul Blaker – Department of Culture, Media and Sport, UK Government Panelists: The session will strive for stakeholder, gender, regional and perspective diversity and balance with an equal emphasis on in room and online participation and interventions. PROPOSED SPEAKERS 1. David van Duren (d.p.c.t.van.duren@nctv.minvenj.nl) of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise 2. Chris Painter Head of Cyber Issues (US State Department – Governments and c Compliance/Balance 3. Govt. of Netherlands (Dutch) – Recommendation from Arnold van Rinj 4. Bob Hindon – ISOC – Chairman of the board 5. Paulo Sergio Carvalho - Host Country chair 6. Rahul Gosain: From India we will have a speaker from either of the stakeholders due to the complexity of issues and nos. 7. Tomas Lamanauskas, Head, Corporate Strategy, ITU- Confirmed 8. Megan Richards – EU confirmed 9. Michael Kaiser – Stop. Think. Connect 10. Carolyn Nguyen - Microsoft 11. Audrey Plonk - Intel 12. Corrine Cath - Internet & Jurisdiction Project – recent Oxford University graduate (tentative) 13. Academia – ALX (University of Mexico) online intervention? 14. Marco Hogewonig – External Relations Officer – Technical Advisor RIPE NCC Remote moderator/Plan for online interaction: There will be two remote moderators. It is our intent to fully engage with the remote hubs as well as the online participants. Format:  The session will be conducted initially as a roundtable. To facilitate discussion amongst in-room/online participants and audience members, the moderator will lead the discussion through the topics above and encourage different perspectives to be shared. For in-room participants, the table will be set up as a U-shape to allow for easier interaction, with delegate participation encouraged at all times. Participants/ Interactivity: We would like to invite a diverse group of participants, both in-room and online, who can share existing research, best practices or specific challenges in multiple sectors and geographies. Stakeholders should be selected from individual users, small/medium enterprises, security technology firms, multinationals, government, intergovernmental organizations, civil society, and academics. Social Media/ Outreach • A twitter handle • With key hashtags (existing and new ) • A dedicate facebook page ‘Feeder’ workshops (if applicable) and/or connections with other sessions: Several workshops have been identified. Desired results/output: A read out at the end of the session encapsulating the substantive points by session rapporteurs followed by a written report for publication and feeding into the chair’s summary. Identification, sharing and exchange of common issues and solutions.

Thursday November 12, 2015 09:00 - 12:30 GMT-03
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