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:
1. What cyber/ICT related activities do you assess to be the biggest threat to international peace and security?
2. 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?
Industry and Civil Society are invited to submit expressions of interest to deliver presentations at this session by email@example.com by CoB Monday 30 November 2020. Please include in the email the name of your organisation, and name of proposed presenter. In the event that nominations exceed time available, presenters will be selected on the basis of equal geographical representation. Nominees will be contacted directly, and this website will be updated with details of the presentations on 2 December. 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.