Cybersecurity, Cybercrime & Online Safety
New Technologies and Risks to Online Security
Speaker 1: Olga Cavalli, Government, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Speaker 2: Carlos Martinez Cagnazzo, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Speaker 3: Maria Luque, Civil Society, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
Speaker 4: Wout de Natris, Private Sector, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)
Birarda Carina, Technical Community, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Mohammad Ali Jauhar, Technical Community, Asia-Pacific Group
Nicolas Fiumarelli, Civil Society, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Round Table - 60 Min
What are the leading cybersecurity threats across IoT, critical internet infrastructure, web, and quantum technologies, and what are the existing best practices to counter these threats? How can diverse stakeholders, including the IGF community, the Best Practice Forum (BPF) on Cybersecurity, Dynamic Coalitions, and other relevant groups collaborate and contribute actively to the development and implementation of these best practices? In the context of the continually evolving cybersecurity landscape, what key considerations are essential to ensure a safer and more trustworthy Internet for all users across these areas?
What will participants gain from attending this session? Attending this workshop will equip participants with a deep understanding of the critical cybersecurity threats in IoT, internet infrastructure, web security, and quantum technologies. They'll gain insights into the latest best practices for mitigating these threats, informed by experts in these fields. The workshop aims to foster a tutorial-like environment, allowing participants to familiarize themselves with the current cybersecurity landscape across different facets of the internet. The discussion aims to yield a set of guidelines reflecting the most up-to-date cybersecurity theories and practices. An important takeaway will be the insights distilled into a 'Cybersecurity Best Practice Guide,' offering practical guidance to stakeholders. This session promises valuable knowledge, fostering a collective responsibility towards a safer cyberspace.
This IGF workshop is designed to address the top cybersecurity threats and best practices from four different perspectives: Internet of Things (IoT) security, critical internet infrastructure including Routing/DNS, Web security, and emerging Quantum technologies. The session aims to bring together experts from the Dynamic Coalitions, Best Practice Forum (BPF) on Cybersecurity, and other relevant stakeholders, including academia, government and technical community, to share the latest trends in cybersecurity theory. The session is intended to be a round-table discussion, facilitating an understanding of the current state of cybersecurity across multiple facets of the Internet. The ultimate goal of the session is to compile a set of guidelines and best practices that reflect the current state of cybersecurity theory for Internet protocols, IoT, DNSSEC, RPKI, and quantum technologies. In this way, we aim to contribute to building a more trustworthy and safer Internet for all. The onsite Moderator for this session will be Carina Birarda, with Mohammad Ali as the Online Moderator and Nicolas Fiumarelli as the Rapporteur. Session Flow: Introduction and Opening Remarks by Carina Birarda - BPF Cybersecurity Chair (5 minutes) Presentation on IoT and Web Security from a consumer/procurement perspective. Wout de Natris - (IS3C co-coordinator) - 10 minutes. - Public Sector Presentation on Critical Internet Infrastructure Security (the case of DNSSEC and RPKI case) (Carlos Martinez Cagnazzo - CTO LACNIC - Technical Community) - 10 minutes. Presentation on Quantum Technology Security (Maria Luque - UPM) - Academia - 10 minutes Presentation on Cybersecurity from the perspective of the Government of Argentina - Olga Cavalli - 10 minutes Discussion and Q&A facilitated by Carina Birarda (15 minutes)
The session aims to deepen participants' understanding of key cybersecurity threats, emphasizing IoT, critical internet infrastructure, web security, and quantum technologies. It promotes sharing best practices and compiles them into a useful guide, fostering stronger cooperation among diverse stakeholders. Our goal is to foster collective responsibility for building a secure, trustworthy Internet. Expected outputs include a comprehensive report capturing session insights and recommendations, and a 'Cybersecurity Best Practice Guide.' These resources will be widely accessible for all interested in bolstering Internet security.
Hybrid Format: In this hybrid IGF session, we'll use the Official Online Participation Platform for seamless communication between onsite and online participants. Online Moderator, Mohammad Ali Jahuar, will facilitate the chat, relaying online contributions to the panel. We've designed the session to foster a cohesive, interactive experience for all attendees, involving presentations and open discussions. Both onsite and online moderators will ensure balanced participation. Additionally, we'll use Mentimeter for live audience input, conducting a word cloud exercise and a survey. This real-time feedback will stimulate audience-informed discussions, facilitating meaningful engagement among all participants.