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Thursday, November 12 • 16:30 - 17:30
WS 17 Cybersecurity Awareness though Multistakeholder outreach

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The 2014 IGF hosted a workshop that featured a high level discussion about the pros, cons and challenges facing multistakeholder approaches to addressing cybersecurity issues. They explored key questions such as “Why should a multistakeholder approach be used and what are the elements of a successful public private governance model?” and “Can multistakeholder efforts succeed in an era where the trust between governments and other parts of the community is eroding?”

The session clearly struck a nerve as 30+ workshop participants were asked to leave the room and take their networking and idea exchange to another room to make way for the next session.
We wish to continue this discussion but add a more hands on practical component to it. After briefly reviewing the success people had in taking what they learned and implementing it in their countries, we will work toward charting a course where others can take these successful implementation experiences and use them in their country. 

Sharing best practices and developing a track record people can call on in the future is the goal of this session.

A rough agenda would be:
1) Two 7.5 minute introductions and overviews from co-moderators
2) 35 minutes of free-flowing discussion 
3) 10 minutes of summary and next steps

We anticipate a lively discussion that engages the experience of audience members and educates those who are not as familiar with these efforts.

We will deliver an outcome document that includes key recommendations for implementing public private partnerships in addressing cybersecurity awareness.

Thursday November 12, 2015 16:30 - 17:30
Workshop Room 4

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