2015-04-15

Global Conference on CyberSpace, 16-17 April 2015, Cybersecurity, Privacy

GCCS2015, Global Conference on CyberSpace, April 16-17, 2015, at The Hague, the Netherlands. Conference website: gccs2015.com

Sessions will be streamed LIVE online, both Thursday and Friday, on the program website: https://www.gccs2015.com/programme and at YouTube.

Follow on Twitter: #GCCS2015 and @GCCS2015


Webinar Series (see video playlist below) Core Reading:
Deibert, Ron "Towards a cyber security strategy for global civil society?"
Maurer, Tim and Rob Morgus "Cybersecurity' and Why Definitions are Risky"
ICT4Peace paper "A Role for Civil Society? ICTs, Norms, and Confidence Building Measures in the Context of International Security" on the role of civil society in cybersecurity
International Committee of the Red Cross blog post "International Humanitarian Law and and Human Rights Law" on international human rights and international humanitarian law
Rossini, Carolina and Green, Natalie "Cybersecurity and Human Rights Course Overview"
Lin, Herb "Cyber Conflict and International Humanitarian Law" article for International Committee of the Red Cross

GCCS2015 Webinar (#1 of 7 in playlist) Introductory Session Cybersecurity and Human Rights -
First video (out of 7 on the above playlist)--Cybersecurity and Human Rights--is part of the effort to facilitate effective civil society engagement at GCCS2015, the Global Conference on CyberSpace.  The above videos, each delivered by experts in the field, mirror the agenda of the main Conference, and allow participants to gain a wider understanding of the cybersecurity, privacy and human rights issues that will be addressed at the Conference. Each webinar consists of a 30-minute presentation, followed by a 30 minute Q&A session. (source: GCCS2015)


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