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12th International Forum “Partnership of State Authorities, Civil Society and the Business Community in Ensuring International Information Security”

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Timing of the Forum: 16-19 April 2018

Venue: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Munich, Germany

The goal of the Forum is to find common ground and approaches among expert community on the following topical issues of International Information Security:

  • Frameworks for the implementation of norms, rules and principles for responsible behavior of the States in the ICT environment.
  • Challenges of countering the use of ICTs for military and political purposes.
  • Challenges of implementation of public-private partnership in the field of ensuring the security of critical infrastructure of society.
  • Challenges of ensuring the “digital sovereignty” of the States.
  • The impact of ICT factors on strategic stability.

Co-Chairman of the Forum:

  • Adviser of the Security Council of Russian Federation, Director of Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Vladislav P. SHERSTYUK
  • Co-Chairman of the Forum – Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for International Cooperation in Information Security, Andrei V.KRUTSKIKH

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Co-Chairman of the Program committee of the Forum:

  • Deputy Director of Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Valeriy V.YASCHENKO
  • Director of the Digital Society Institute, Sandro GAYCKEN
  • CEO of SecDev Group and co-founder of SecDev Foundation, Rafal ROHOZINSKI

Sponsors of the previous Forum:

Official languages: Russian, English.
Duration: 4 days.
Accommodation: Hotel 4 *. Single settling.

For additional information please contact Dr. Vladimir Sokolov and Dr. Pavel Karasev, forum organizing committee members.
Phone: +7 (495) 939 52 79, +7 (495) 932 89 58
Fax: +7 (495) 939 20 96
E-mail: karpaul@iisi.msu.ru

AGENDA

April 16, Monday

09.00-9.30 Registration
9.30-14.00 Plenary session
1. Sherstyuk V.P., Co-Chairman of the Forum, Adviser of the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Director of Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues
2. Boiko S.M., Head of the Department of the Office of the Security Council of the Russian Federation
3. Krutskikh A.V., Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for International Cooperation in Information Security, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
4. David Conrad, SVP & Chief Technology Officer, ICANN
5. Gasumyanov V.I., Vice-President – Chief of Corporate Security Block, Norilsk Nickel, Russia
14.00-15.30 Lunch
15.30-18.30

Workshop – Round table № 1 «Current issues of information security in the context of Digital economy development»

Moderators:

S.Kuznetsov, Sberbank, Russia

A.Smirnov, MGIMO, Russia

Topics for Discussion:
1. Issues of international cooperation with regard to the development of the Digital economy.
2. Digitization of the economy and ensuring of information security.
Presentations:
1. S.Kuznetsov, Sberbank, Russia
2. A.Smirnov, MGIMO, Russia
3. A.Sychev, Bank of Russia
4.

Rafal Rohozinski, World bank

Why rules matter in the global digital economy?

5.

A.Kurbatski, Belarusian State University

Digitization of the economy and ensuring of information security: a view from Belorussia

6.

Andreas Kuehn, East-West Institute, USA

Securing the Internet of Things

7.

Varnovskiy, S.Fedorov, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia

Cryptographic issues of the “Blockchain” technology

April 17, Tuesday

9.30-14.00

Workshop – Round table № 2 «Frameworks for implementation of public-private partnership in the field of ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure»

Moderators:

A.Kulpin, Norilsk Nickel, Russia

Charles L. Barry, Institute for National Strategic Studies, NDU, USA

Topics for Discussion:
1. Issues of international legal regulation of relations in the field of ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure.
2. The recent initiatives of private business in the field of ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure. How could we unite our efforts?
3. The practice of regulatory and legal management of issues of ensuring information security, including the exchange of best practices in building frameworks for interaction between CERTs with different forms  of ownership and in different jurisdictions.
4. Monopolism of suppliers of IT-systems and solutions in the field of information security in certain areas: issues, threats and challenges. Protection of domestic markets vs freedom of trade and entrepreneurship.
Presentations:
1. A.Kulpin, Norilsk Nickel, Russia
2. Charles L. Barry, Institute for National Strategic Studies, NDU, USA Outlooks for International Cooperation on the Protection of Critical Infrastructure
3. B.Miroshnikov, Citadel Group
4.

Nemanja Malisevic, Microsoft

Cyber insecurity and the need for a Digital Geneva Convention

14.00-15.30 – Lunch

 

15.30-18.30

Workshop – Round table №3 «Challenges of countering the use of ICTs for military and political purposes »

Moderators:

A.Streltsov, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia

Rafal Rohosinski, SecDev, Canada, International Institute for Strategic Studies, UK

Topics for Discussion:
1. Quantitative and qualitative expansion of ICT threats in the military-political sphere.
2. Possible measures to counter or limit the dangerous activities in the information space.
3. Defining confidence building measures and deterrence to avoid the accidental escalation of conflict in cyberspace.
Presentations
1. A.Streltsov, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia
2. Rafal Rohosinski, SecDev, Canada, International Institute for Strategic Studies, UK
3. S.Yunichenko, General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
4. Sean Kanuck, IISS-Americas
5.

A.Zinchenko, MGIMO, Russia

Cyber-NATO projects in the context of hybrid warfare

6. Janice Hamby, College of Information and Cyberspace, National Defense University, USA
7.

Jonghyun Lee, Legal Research Institute at Korea University, Republic of Korea

Malicious cyber operations for political purposes

8. Hiro Fujimaki, Tokai University, Japan
9.

N.Romashkina, Primakov Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy Of Sciences

ICT threats in the politico-military sphere: cooperation or confrontation of the World powers?

10.

Daniel Stauffacher, Regina Surber, ICT4Peace Foundation, Switzerland

AI, Lethal Autonomous Weapons and Peace Time Threats

11.

John Mallery, MIT, USA

Artificial Intelligence and Military Modernization

April 18, Wednesday

9.00-12.00

Workshop – Round table № 4 «Frameworks for the implementation of norms, rules and principles for responsible behaviour of the States in the ICT environment»

Moderators:

V.Yashchenko, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues

Eneken Tikk

Topics for Discussion:
1. What issues of ambiguous interpretation and applicability have been identified in the specific articles of the rules included in the 2015 GGE report?
2. Is it possible to develop a Manual on application of the rules, mentioned in p.1?
Presentations:
1. V.Yashchenko, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues
2. Eneken Tikk
3. A.Streltsov, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia
4. T.Polyakova, Institute of State and Law, Russian Academy of Sciences
5. Mika Kerttunen, Cyber Policy Institute, Estonia
6. Adam Hadley, TechAgainstTerrorism
7.

A.Biryukov, MGIMO, Russia

Modality of ensuring the responsible behavior in the discourse of international information security

12.30-14.00

Sixteenth scientific conference of the  International Information Security Research Consortium (IISRC)

Moderator:

Sherstyuk V.P., Head organizer of the International Information Security Research Consortium, Co-Chairman of the Forum, Adviser of the Secretary of Security Council of the Russian Federation, Director of Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues

Agenda:
1. On implementation of decisions of the Thirteenth Scientific Conference of the IISRC. Speaker: R.Sharyapov, executive secretary of IISRC, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues

 

2.

Proposals on new IISRC projects in the sphere of international information security

Speakers:

A.Streltsov, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia Development of the Manual on application of the rules of responsible behavior of the States in the ICT-environment A.Oganesian, A.Tolstukhina, journal “International Affairs” Protection of children and youth online

3. Adoption of a Resolution of the XII Forum and the 16th IISRC Conference
14.00-15.30 – Lunch
15.30-18.00

Workshop – Round table № 5 «Challenges of ensuring the “digital sovereignty” of the States»

Moderators:

P.Pilyugin, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia

David Conrad, ICANN

Topics for Discussion:
1. How to ensure the regime of the “digital border”? (what is a regime and what are its main functions; technological issues and possible technological solutions; economy of the border)
2. How to come to an agreement on the “digital border”? (arrangement conditions; subject of a border arrangement; subject of a border regime arrangement)
3. Digital space and the borders in the future. (BGP, SDN, IPv6; geographical distribution of addresses and geographical routing; address as an attribute for the border regime (passport/visa); identification of the data flows and their management)
Presentations:
1. P.Pilyugin, Lomonosov Moscow State University Institute of Information Security Issues, Russia
2. David Conrad, ICANN
3. A.Grishchenko, Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation
4.

Joohee Park, Cyber Law Centre at Korea University, Republic of Korea

Digital  Sovereignty: the legal implications of the Microsoft-Ireland case

5. Adam Hadley, TechAgainstTerrorism
6. A.Soldatov, Internet development Foundation, Russia

April 19, Thursday – Bilateral and Multilateral Negotiations and Consultations (by appointment)

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