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Workshop on Promoting Multi-stakeholder IG – Enhancing Internet of Things (IoT) Security

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Organized in collaboration with ISOC Senegal Chapter, the half day workshop will aim to instigate dialogue on Internet related policy priorities for the country. Senegal is amongst the 3 countries the Internet Society selected to demonstrate the collaborative, multi-stakeholder model of Internet governance.

Main axes of the agenda:

  • The future of the Internet
  • Security of the Internet of Things: Perspectives presented by the Internet Society
  • Developments in the domaine of the Internet of Things in Senegal
  • Interactive discussions

Find the concept note and agenda in French.

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Time

08:00 – 11:00

Friday 11 May 2018

Location

Dakar, Senegal

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