The world is rapidly deploying ever-new applications and services that make use of ICT. As a result, global connectivity and interdependence are not only enablers for everyone who wants to compete, but also a requirement for basic participation in the global economy. The stakes for trust in cyberspace are as high as ever in the history of international relations. This panel provides unique insights into the most critical trends currently underway that affect the safety, stability and security of cybersecurity.
Maria Livanos Cattaui, Former Secretary General, International Chamber of Commerce; Member, Board of Directors, EastWest Institute
Christopher Painter, Coordinator for Cyber Issues,U.S. Department of State
Burgess Cooper, Vice President & Chief Technology Security Officer, Vodafone India Ltd.
Toru Nakaya, Director-General, Institute for Information and Communications Policy (IICP), Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Japan
John Suffolk, Global Cyber Security Officer, Huawei
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Phi Beta Iota: Until governments and corporations understand that Open Source Everything (OSE) is the only affordable, scalable, and trustworthy approach to cyber-all, they will continue to be inept.