Cyberattacks, Cyberconflicts and International Security
Round Table - 60 Min
The IGF traditionally provides an excellent opportunity to bring together the GFCE community as well as many other stakeholders active in the field of cyber capacity building. The aim of the session will be to bring together these stakeholders to exchange on cyber capacity building needs and challenges. The IGF will take place a few weeks before the Global Conference on Cyber Capacity Building (GC3B) organised by the GFCE, the Cyber Peace Institute, the World Bank and the World Economic Forum, aimed to catalyze global action on mainstreaming cyber resilience across the international development agenda as a key enabler of sustainable development, economic growth, and social prosperity. It will therefore be the right moment to collect last inputs on the global agenda for cyber capacity building to be presented at the GC3B.
The session will be organised in true hybrid fashion with a mix of speakers online and onsite, treated equally with similar level of exposure. The same will apply for participants - the ones joining online will be assisted by a dedicated and experienced chat moderator who will encourage discussion in the chat and help bring any inputs in the session itself. The onsite and chat moderators will be a team knowing in advance how to make the session equal for anybody participating, meaning pre-agreed spots during the session where the chat moderator will summarise discussion in the chat to ensure the session is not dominated by the onsite audience.
Tereza Horejsova, GFCE, civil society, EEG Albert Antwi-Boasiako, Ghana, government, AG David van Duren, GFCE, civil society, WEOG
Mr Albert Antwi-Boasiako, Ghana, government, AG Ms Pua Hunter, Cook Islands, government, APG Mr Mahé Dersoir, France, government, WEOG Ms Tereza Horejsova, GFCE, civil society, EEG Mr Olaf Kolkman, GFCE, civil society, WEOG
Mr Olaf Kolkman, GFCE, civil society, WEOG
Ms Tereza Horejsova, GFCE, civil soceity, EEG
Ms Tereza Horejsova, GFCE, civil society, EEG
4. Quality Education
5. Gender Equality
8. Decent Work and Economic Growth
9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
10. Reduced Inequalities
16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
17. Partnerships for the Goals
Targets: The work of the GFCE, especially in connection to the GC3B, strives to connect cyber and development discussions and practitioners more prominently. In this context, the session will take into account especially SDGs 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 16 and 17.