Cyber Security Summit Webinar Series

In today’s ever-evolving threat landscape, strengthening our global connections has never been more important. That’s why this summer, we embark on a monthly webinar series that leads up to some of the critical issues we will address during the Summit’s international programming this October.

Complimentary and open to all, each hour-long webinar will examine one vexing challenge facing the international community and offer insight, knowledge and perspective from multinational business leaders and government officials.   


Webinar Directory
(2020 VIP All-Access Pass holders only)


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Previous Webinars

NOVEMBER WEBINAR: CYBER NORMS IN A CHANGING WORLD

Tues, Nov 24 — 1000 CST / 1600 BST

Governmental experts have offered the world 11 norms to achieve international cybersecurity. Are these recommendations indeed likely to resolve cyber conflict? Are states following their own advice? What will change in international cybersecurity when the experts’ recommendations are put into practice?

DR. ENEKEN TIKK
Executive Producer at the Cyber Policy Institute

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SEPTEMBER WEBINAR: CYBERSECURITY SUCCESSES AND FAILURES – HOW PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS CAN DO BETTER

Tues, Sept 22 — 1000 CST / 1600 BST

During this this 1-hour webinar, Major General Mari K. Eder (U.S. Army Ret.) will speak on the issue of personal privacy versus need to know – how public institutions can regulate, encourage, and demand more transparency and accountability in data collection and what individuals can do to protect personal their personal privacy and manage their data and how it is accessed, shared or sold.

MAJOR GENERAL MARI K. EDER
(USA Ret.)

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AUGUST WEBINAR: THE NEXUS OF CYBERSECURITY AND DISINFORMATION

Tues, Aug 25 — 1000 CST / 1600 BST

Disinformation techniques are rapidly evolving in quality and quantity, while the governmental and private sectors are admiring the problem. The fast-paced progress from non-digital means of spreading disinformation, that were adopted for the digital age, caught our societies completely unprepared. Add the social media platforms, irresponsible usage, business interests and the lack of understanding and capacities on the governmental levels and you have a perfect storm.

From Soviet concepts of active measures to the digital age and microtargeting, this webinar will address the nexus of cybersecurity and disinformation.

Speaker:
DANIEL BAGGE
Cyber Attaché of the Czech Republic to the U.S. and Canada, National Cyber and Information Security Agency

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Moderator:
Sean Costigan
Director and Co-Founder
ITL Security

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JULY WEBINAR: THE NEW DATA PRIVACY NORM

Tues, July 28th — 0800 CST / 1400 BST

Description: Finding the right balance between privacy and public health interests is critical and will directly contribute to the long-term shaping of a successful digital society. In this hour-long session, Christel Cao-Delebarre (Global Privacy Officer, CWT) explores the privacy issues raised by the accelerated use of full-scale digital solutions involving large volumes of personal data processing in our global fight against COVID-19.

Christel Cao-Delebarre
Global Privacy Officer
CWT, London Office


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Sean Costigan
Director and Co-Founder
ITL Security


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