This session will provide an opportunity for the multi-stakeholder community to brief UN Member States on existing and emerging cyber threats, with a focus on those most likely to impact international peace and security.
Presentations will address the following questions:
- What cyber/ICT related activities do you assess to be the biggest threat to international peace and security?
- With respect to the draft “Existing and Emerging Threats” section of the OEWG pre-draft report, are there any notable omissions, additions, or statements with which you support or disagree?
The session will include civil society, academia and industry presentations from: Huawei, FireEye, Kaspersky, Telstra, RSIS Singapore, National Law University Delhi, Microsoft, Cybersecurity Tech Accord, , FIRST, Internet&Society India, Trustwave, CyberPeace Institute, and ICT4Peace.
All views expressed during this session represent the views of the individuals/organisations who express them, not the chairs, sponsors or partners.
The session is open to all – please use the registration form below to register as a participant. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with presenters and Chairs by asking questions and making comments during the Q&A part of the session.
The session will also be live-streamed on this website for those who do not register (with the ability to interact with presenters and other participants via a chat). A recording of the session will be made available on this website for later viewing.