Thursday, June 18, 2015

- WEST
Debate: Audience and Panelist will debate the following questions: Is Transparent, Democratic, Representative & Legitimate Governance of the Internet Achievable in New MiLE? How? What can Latin America Contribute?
Jovan Kurbalija
Jovan Kurbalija
Geneva Internet Platform, Director
Philip Corwin
Philip Corwin
Virtualaw LLC, Principle
Vladimir Radunović
Vladimir Radunović
Diplo Foundation, director of e-diplomacy and cybersecurity educational and training programmes
Agustina Callegari
Agustina Callegari
Defensoría del Pueblo de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Centro de Protección de Datos Personales
Bruno Ramos
Bruno Ramos
ITU, Latin America Director

DEBATE - CRITICAL TOPIC & QUESTION: 

Is Transparent, Democratic, Representative & Legitimate Governance of the Internet Achievable in New MiLE?  If Yes, How? What can Latin America Contribute?

This new  Multilingual Internet and Landscape Ecosystem (MiLE) has created too many new challenges to an Internet Governance model already challenged to deliver for the old Internet let alone the new Ecosystem Born in 2014. The NSA surveillance at global level revealed by the Snowden revelations caused serious damage to Trust in many existing approaches on Internet Governance. Can this be repaired? How?

Reviews of the challenges and effectiveness to date of the many processes around including the UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF), NETMundial, IANA Transition, and others and their ability to deliver in the new Ecosystem.

Attend to weigh in on the live debates on what needs to happen and be addressed head on to make internet Governance a global Democratic process for humanity which factors in the will of the people everywhere who will be governed by it and help shape a new model of the internet governance in the new Ecosystem to positively impact all stakeholders at local and global levels.

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

- WEST
Workshop: Going deep in the Political Cyber-Security Threats & Challenges of the new MiLE.
Adrian Acosta
Adrian Acosta
INTERPOL, Digital Crime Officer
Vladimir Radunović
Vladimir Radunović
Diplo Foundation, director of e-diplomacy and cybersecurity educational and training programmes
Cristian Borghello
Cristian Borghello
Segu-Info, Director
Marcelo Temperini
Marcelo Temperini
AsegurarTe, Partner
Maximiliano Macedo
Maximiliano Macedo
AsegurarTe, Partner

New Cyber Security and Privacy threats and challenges are not only huge but will be daunting to most. The Snowden Revelations, the Heartbleed security crisis, the launch of New gTLDs, The ISIS phenomenon are testimonials that the ripples of the seismic change to the global internet has started. 

Cyber wars played for political motives by Governments and thru business enterprises, and the reality of the New "MILE" with billions new users in new languages never seen on the net before all present exponential new cyber security and privacy critical risks and challenges that render current approaches ineffective in the New "MILE".

If these risks are unaddressed diligently and proactively by Governments, Regulators, Business, NGOs and end users locally and globally, are they more likely to become their next and new victims?

Join this panel at and workshop and learn what these new risks are, how they will impact you, and learn what you can do to mitigate them from actual case studies presented by world renowned experts and panelists.

Critical subjects to address by panel, and elaborated on with case studies in workshop on Cyber Security:

  1. Vulnerabilities in today's and tomorrow’s networks (intranet and internet)
  2. Encryption today Vs encryption needs of tomorrow
  3. How about quantum capabilities and how soon will today’s Encryption be useless?
  4. In light of NSA’s snooping, are we sure only china, Russia and the US will remain the only ones able to snoop?
  5. Will this morning's encryption standards be defeated by “this afternoon’s” computing technologies?
  6. How critical are privacy and secure communications as requirements in today's and tomorrow’s networks?
  7. Case Studies: Cost & Damage analysis for not being proactive and prepared on all of the above.