Online Security and Building Trust in the Age of the Digital Economy
- When: Wednesday, 23 March 2016
- Time: 5.00 - 6.30 UTC
- Platform: Zoom Video Conferencing
- Capacity: 200 (first come, first serve basis)
- Official Hashtag #AISO
This Asia Internet Symposium-Online (AIS-O) will look at how we can build a better online security and trust agenda for the Asia-Pacific region. What are the goals of online security and trust in today’s dynamic online environment? We will explore the interplay of security and trust, and how these work within the Internet ecosystem while also assessing how technology and non-technology policies affect them. In addition, we will be asking, what are the roles of the different players in the context of building a secure and trusted Internet in an environment that is rapidly evolving?
Dimensions to be addressed:
- What do security and trust in the Internet mean, particularly in the context of the digital economy?
- What are the policy challenges (technology and non-technology) for these trust and security concerns?
- How can trust in the Internet be used to shape conversations in various aspects of policy/regulatory decision-making?
The event will be divided into two sessions, with each speaker to be given 5 minutes to convey their key points followed by discussions and participant interaction led by the Moderator.
- IT/ Network Security: Clayton Jones, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, (ISC)² - read bio
- IT/ Network Security: Chuan Wei Ho, Executive Security Advisor, IBM Security & (ISC)² member - read bio
- Government / Policy: Masanori Kondo, Deputy Secretary General, Asia-Pacific Telecommunity - read bio
- Consumer / Civil Society: Teresa Corbin, Member, Consumer International - read bio
- Trust Expert: Robin Wilton, Director for Identity and Privacy, Internet Society - read bio
Interested to attend ? Click here to Register.
Note: Due to limited space, only the first 200 registrants will receive meeting link details on e-mail.