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CCRC国際会議2022:サイバー文明―リスクと機会

*Click here to view the English announcement 本イベントは無事終了いたしました。ご参加いただいた方々には厚く御礼申し上げます。 本イベントの動画と演題内容は2月中旬に掲載する予定です。 慶應義塾大学グローバルリサーチインスティテュート サイバー文明センター(CCRC)は、2022年2月1日に開催する第1回国際会議への参加を心よりお待ちしております。COVID-19のパンデミックが再拡大している状況に伴い、予定していたハイブリッド形式をオンラインイベントに移行することに致しました。デジタル化が進む近年の社会状況の中で本イベントが、様々な背景を持つ登壇者たちが経験を共有し、意見を交換し合うことで、トレンドや機会、リスクについて新たな発見ができる場となることを期待しています。 今回は、CCRCの客員上席フェローであるマイク・ネルソン(Mike Nelson) 氏をお招きし、「サイバー文明の未来」というテーマで基調講演をしていただきます。ネルソン氏は、カーネギー国際平和財団の上席フェローでもあります。インターネットの未来、サイバー政策、技術政策、イノベーション政策など、学際的な専門知識を持ち、ビジネス、学術、政府など異分野にわたる豊富な経験を有しています。基調講演の後、伊藤穰一(千葉工業大学変革センター所長、CCRCメンバー)、デイビッド・ファーバー、村井純、國領二郎の各氏とハイレベルなパネルディスカッションを行う予定です。 昨年秋、CCRCは「新たなサイバー文明をどうデザインするか」というテーマで演題募集を行いました。その結果、世界の様々な地域から多岐にわたる多くの優れた演題が寄せられ、その中から10本の演題を選出しました。新しい技術や社会システムを構築する上で考慮すべき重要な課題を論じており、今回行われる発表とディスカッションでは、新たな知見を期待しています。 *本イベントは動画収録され、イベント後に演題内容と共に公開される予定です。 イベント登録 イベント詳細 日本時間: 2022年2月1日8〜12時 米国東部標準時間: 1月31日18〜22時 登録:https://keio-univ.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8gkPq3sKQaGtMxYQb9Syew  本イベントは、英語のみで行われますことをご了承下さい。 イベントプログラム PDF はこちらです (最終更新:2022.01.20) ● 8:00-8:05   Welcome & Opening: David Farber  (Co-Director, CCRC & Distinguished Professor, Keio University) ● 8:05-8:35   Keynote Speech The Future of Cyber Civilization by Mike Nelson (Senior Fellow, CCRC & Senior Fellow, Technology and International Affairs Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) ● 8:35-9:05   Panel Discussion – Mike Nelson – David Farber – Jun Murai (Co-Director, CCRC & Distinguished Professor, Keio University) – Jiro Kokuryo (Chief Administrator, CCRC & Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University) – Joi Ito (Research Member, CCRC & Director, Center for Radical Transformation, Chiba Institute of Technology) Moderator: Catharina Maracke (Associate Professor, Graduate School for Media and Governance, Keio University) Presentations & Discussion ● 9:05-9:40   Section I: Governance of the Cyberspace ◎ Architecting an Equitable Data Network  for the Digital Economy of the New Cyber Civilisation – Kim Chandler McDonald & Michael McDonald  (Co-Founder/CEO of FlatWorld Integration Pty Ltd., Griffith University’s Enterprise Advisory Board, Grandshake, the Paris-based Cybersecurity Advisors Network, Women In AI (Australia, NZ), and Washington D.C.’s WordSmithRapport.) ◎ Digital Trade and National Security – Rikako Watai (Professor of Administrative Law, Keio University Law School) ◎ A Path to Meta-Nature : Automated Environment Where Even Pencils Grow on a Tree – Kenji Saito (Professor, Graduate School of Business and Finance, Waseda University) ◎ Designing the Metaverse: An Ethnography of the KONG Land Crypto State – Kelsie Nabben (Researcher, Centre for Automated Decision-Making & Society, RMIT University) 9:40-10:05 Discussion /  Moderator: Jiro Kokuryo <10:05-10:15 Break> ● 10:15-10:40   Section II: Health data with trust ◎ Global Health Screening and Tracking Initiative – Clifton R. Lacy (Distinguished Professor of Professional Practice, Rutgers School of Communication and Information Director, Center for Emergency Preparedness, Infrastructure and Communication, Rutgers University Clinical Professor of Medicine, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Partner Great Plain Technologies, LLC)  – David L. Turock (Chair, Johns Hopkins Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences Advisory Council Co-Founder and Vice-Chair, National Museum of Mathematics Founder and Chair, Turock Family Foundation Partner Great Plain Technologies, LLC)  – Warren S. Gifford (Co-Founder and President Emeritus, Therap Services, LLC Co-Author, with David Turock – Driving Tomorrow: Our Roadmap to Sustainable Transportation, Infrastructure and Cities. Partner Great Plain Technologies, LLC) ◎ Global Health Data with Trust Initiative – Clifton R. Lacy, David L. Turock & Warren S. Gifford ◎ Shaping the Model for Medical Inclusion – Hitomi Sano (CCRC Medical Inclusion Working Group) 10:40– 11:05 Discussion / Moderator: David Farber   ● 11:05-11:30   Section III: Architecture for trust ◎ Dataset and Object Data Tagging to Improve Trusted and Flexible AI/ML and Data Utilization – Ian Wardell (MA, J.D. Candidate 2022, Seton Hall University School of Law) – Jun Takei (Ph.D., Principal Engineer, Global Government Affairs, Intel Corporation)  ◎ Dependency among Data, Code, Governance, and Operation in Trust – Shigeya Suzuki (Project Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University) – Tatsuya Kurosaka (Project Associate Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University) – Jun Murai ◎ A New Approach to Information Security Auditing in the Public Administration – Annamária Edegbeme-Beláz (PhD Candidate, Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences, Óbuda University) – András Kerti (Associate Professor, Faculty of Military Science and Officer Training, National University of Public Service)  11:30-11:55 Discussion / Moderator: Jun Murai ● 11:55-12:00 Concluding remarks: Jun Murai  

CCRC International Conference 2022: Towards a Cyber Civilization – Risks and Opportunities

*日本語の記事はこちら Thank you for your participation which have made this event a success!  The recording and the extended abstracts will be posted in mid-February. Stay tuned with us!  Cyber Civilization Research Center (CCRC) at Keio University Global Research Institute cordially invites you to join our first International Conference on February 1, 2022. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we have decided to move the scheduled hybrid format to an online event. We hope this event can serve as a platform to share experiences, exchange insights, and discuss the emerging trends, opportunities, and challenges of increasingly digital societies at this critical time. This time, we invite CCRC's Senior Fellow, Mike Nelson, to give us the keynote speech on the theme - The Future of Cyber Civilization. He is also the Senior Fellow in the Technology and International Affairs Program at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He has a strong set of interdisciplinary expertise in the future of the internet, cyber-policy, technology policy, and innovation policy with rich experiences across different industries, including business, academia, and government. After the keynote speech, he will join the high-level panel discussion with Joi Ito, Director, Center for Radical Transformation, Chiba Institute of Technology & Research Member at CCRC, and also our executive team - David Farber, Jun Murai and Jiro Kokuryo. Last autumn, we circulated a call for abstracts on how we might design the new Cyber Civilization. We have received numerous outstanding abstracts across various disciplines and contributors from different regions of the world. We have selected ten abstracts that will be presented during the event. The papers are categorized into three major themes: (1) Governance of the Cyberspace; (2) Health data with trust & (3) Architecture for trust. All the papers discuss significant issues that we should be considered in constructing the new technological and societal system architectures.We look forward to their presentations and new insights into the discussion. *This event will be recorded, and the extended abstracts will be published together with the videos after the event. REGISTER NOW Event Details Date & Time: Feb 1, 2022, 8:00-12:00 JST | Jan 31, 18:00-22:00 EST Registration:  https://keio-univ.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8gkPq3sKQaGtMxYQb9Syew Tentative Agenda   Click here to download in PDF (Last update: 2022.1.20) ● 8:00-8:05   Welcome & Opening: David Farber  (Co-Director, CCRC & Distinguished Professor, Keio University) ● 8:05-8:35   Keynote Speech The Future of Cyber Civilization by Mike Nelson (Senior Fellow, CCRC & Senior Fellow, Technology and International Affairs Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) ● 8:35-9:05   Panel Discussion - Mike Nelson - David Farber - Jun Murai (Co-Director, CCRC & Distinguished Professor, Keio University) - Jiro Kokuryo (Chief Administrator, CCRC & Professor, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University) - Joi Ito (Research Member, CCRC & Director, Center for Radical Transformation, Chiba Institute of Technology) Moderator: Catharina Maracke (Associate Professor, Graduate School for Media and Governance, Keio University) Presentations & Discussion ● 9:05-9:40   Section I: Governance of the Cyberspace ◎ Architecting an Equitable Data Network  for the Digital Economy of the New Cyber Civilisation - Kim Chandler McDonald & Michael McDonald  (Co-Founder/CEO of FlatWorld Integration Pty Ltd., Griffith University’s Enterprise Advisory Board, Grandshake, the Paris-based Cybersecurity Advisors Network, Women In AI (Australia, NZ), and Washington D.C.’s WordSmithRapport.) ◎ Digital Trade and National Security - Rikako Watai (Professor of Administrative Law, Keio University Law School) ◎ A Path to Meta-Nature : Automated Environment Where Even Pencils Grow on a Tree - Kenji Saito (Professor, Graduate School of Business and Finance, Waseda University) ◎ Designing the Metaverse: An Ethnography of the KONG Land Crypto State - Kelsie Nabben (Researcher, Centre for Automated Decision-Making & Society, RMIT University) 9:40-10:05 Discussion /  Moderator: Jiro Kokuryo <10:05-10:15 Break> ● 10:15-10:40   Section II: Health data with trust ◎ Global Health Screening and Tracking Initiative - Clifton R. Lacy (Distinguished Professor of Professional Practice, Rutgers School of Communication and Information Director, Center for Emergency Preparedness, Infrastructure and Communication, Rutgers University Clinical Professor of Medicine, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Partner Great Plain Technologies, LLC)  - David L. Turock (Chair, Johns Hopkins Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences Advisory Council Co-Founder and Vice-Chair, National Museum of Mathematics Founder and Chair, Turock Family Foundation Partner Great Plain Technologies, LLC)  - Warren S. Gifford (Co-Founder and President Emeritus, Therap Services, LLC Co-Author, with David Turock – Driving Tomorrow: Our Roadmap to Sustainable Transportation, Infrastructure and Cities. Partner Great Plain Technologies, LLC) ◎ Global Health Data with Trust Initiative - Clifton R. Lacy, David L. Turock & Warren S. Gifford ◎ Shaping the Model for Medical Inclusion - Hitomi Sano (CCRC Medical Inclusion Working Group) 10:40- 11:05 Discussion / Moderator: David Farber   ● 11:05-11:30   Section III: Architecture for trust ◎ Dataset and Object Data Tagging to Improve Trusted and Flexible AI/ML and Data Utilization - Ian Wardell (MA, J.D. Candidate 2022, Seton Hall University School of Law) - Jun Takei (Ph.D., Principal Engineer, Global Government Affairs, Intel Corporation)  ◎ Dependency among Data, Code, Governance, and Operation in Trust - Shigeya Suzuki (Project Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University) - Tatsuya Kurosaka (Project Associate Professor, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University) - Jun Murai ◎ A New Approach to Information Security Auditing in the Public Administration - Annamária Edegbeme-Beláz (PhD Candidate, Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences, Óbuda University) - András Kerti (Associate Professor, Faculty of Military Science and Officer Training, National University of Public Service)  11:30-11:55 Discussion / Moderator: Jun Murai ● 11:55-12:00 Concluding remarks: Jun Murai

[ONLINE WEBINAR] CCRC/KGRI2040/JST Joint Event: The Change of Media and Democracy in the Digital Society

*日本語の記事はこちら Co-hosted by: - KGRI Research Project Keio 2040, Keio University - Cyber Civilization Research Center (CCRC), Keio University - Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Social networks and online news platforms have become one of the primary media to access and share information. Those platforms adopt the “Attention Economy” business model, which publishes content only users pay attention to. It is being criticized for leading to the emerging political tribalism, as it reinforces users’ views and makes other opinions ever more alien. This symposium will discuss the change of media and how it affects the concept of democracy in the digital society and examine the actual possibility of democracy and how it could be sustained. Event information *This event is changed to ONLINE FORMAT in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. Please visit this event page for the latest updates. Date & Time: December 20, 2021 | 21:00-23:00 JST (7:00-9:00 EST) Venue: ZOOM Webinar Registration is closed as we have reached the our maximum capacity Click here to view the event poster *Simultaneous Translation will be provided Program Opening Remarks by Kohei Itoh (President of Keio University) Keynote Speech by Lawrence Lessig, Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership, Harvard Law School Keynote Speech by Yusuke Narita, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Yale University Panel Discussion Moderator: Jiro Kokuryo, Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies/Program Supervisor, JST-RISTEX Research Area “Human Information Technology Ecosystem” - Commentary: Tatsuya Kurosaka, Project Associate Professor, Faculty of Media and Governance Tatsuhiko Yamamoto, Professor, Law School & Deputy Director, KGRI Hiroshi Nakagawa, RIKEN/Representative, JST-RISTEX Research Area “Human Information Technology Ecosystem” - Discussion Closing Remarks by David Farber (Co-Director, CCRC & Distinguished Professor) Emcee: Haluna Kawashima, Project Associate Professor, KGRI Enquiry Keio Global Research Institute (KGRI), Keio University Research Project Keio 2040 Email: kgri-2040pj[at]adst.keio.ac.jp Please replace [at] to @ in the email address.

Keio CCRC-Columbia SIPA Cyber Dialogue: Human Element of Cyber Crisis

As part of the Keio University's 11th International Cybersecurity Symposium, Keio CCRC-Columbia SIPA Cyber Dialogue will host its October dialogue session themed on Human Element of Cyber Crisis on Friday, October 29, 8:45-9:30 EDT / 21:45-22:30 JST. At this session, the speakers will offer perspectives on national cyber response and resilience. Dr. Rattray will cover on-the-ground lessons that the US government and the private sector can use to enhance cyber readiness through operational collaboration to protect the nation. Mr. Saka will cover the initiatives at work and lessons learned from protecting the cyber sovereignty of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Mr. Krebs will cover the role of CISA in the U.S.’s efforts to stem the tide of proliferating cyber attacks seen in recent years and particularly in the area of election security. Register to the International Cybersecurity Symposium: https://symp.cysec-lab.keio.ac.jp/2021oct/ Moderator: ● Jun Murai, Distinguished Professor & Co-Director, Cyber Civilization Research Center, Keio University Speakers: ● Akira Saka, Chief Information Security Officer, The Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games ● Chris Krebs, Former Director, Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) ● Greg Rattray, Senior Research Professor, Columbia SIPA Commentator: ● David Farber, Distinguished Professor & Co-Director, Cyber Civilization Research Center, Keio University About Keio University's 11th International Cybersecurity Symposium Keio University's 11th International Cybersecurity Symposium will focus on the theme of “From Digital Social Security to Digital National Security: Trust to Accomplish Safety and Security”. Topics discussed during the symposium will cover the reality that no one nation nor one company can deal with global challenges. To address these multi-stakeholder issues in cyber, like-minded and trusted government- industry-academia leaders will need to collaborate together for digital trust from social security level to national security level. More information: https://www.ccrc.keio.ac.jp/cybersecurity-symposium-2021/ About Keio CCRC-Columbia SIPA Cyber Dialogue The Dialogue holds monthly series of bilateral perspectives in which Dialogue members convene to explore policy options, discuss provocative topics, and cultivate working relationships among themselves across the Dialogue’s four interest areas. This session, hosted by Keio University, will focus on the Dialogue’s interest area of the Human Element of Cyber Crisis. More information: https://www.ccrc.keio.ac.jp/research/cyberdialogue/

11th International Cybersecurity Symposium “From Digital Social Security to Digital National Security:  Creating trust to accomplish safety and security”

11th International Cybersecurity Symposium “From Digital Social Security to Digital National Security: Creating trust to accomplish safety and security”

*日本語の記事はこちら We invite you to join us for the 11th International Cybersecurity Symposium at Keio University.  We have been pleased to grow our understanding of international cybersecurity with you through the past symposiums, even virtually during the current pandemic. Despite the continuing challenges of COVID-19 over the past year and a half, we continue our exploration of international cybersecurity issues through our online virtual symposium where we can continue to discuss challenges to our human civilization and generate new ideas to address them. At this moment there are critical challenges and threats dealing with climate change, human created conflicts, and digital abuse in our daily lives. ★ Online registration and programs: https://symp.cysec-lab.keio.ac.jp/2021oct/ This year our theme is: “From Digital Social Security to Digital National Security: Creating trust to accomplish safety and security.”  The symposium will discuss that no single nation nor single company can solve these global challenges alone.  To address the need for multi-stakeholder solutions in cyber, like-minded and trusted government-industry-academia leaders will come together to examine how to build digital trust from the social security level to national security level. In our symposium, we will discuss actionable proposals and concrete solutions towards global digital trust services in the social and national security context.  Our discussion themes will include Data Free Flow with Trust (DFFT), International Mutual Recognition of Trust (IMRT), the Multilateral Cybersecurity Action Committee (MCAC) proposal, Japan’s new Digital Agency, and industry best practices with technologies, including 5G, AI, Privacy, IoT. Throughout the five days of our global virtual online symposium, we will have a series of keynote speeches, panel discussions, specialized speeches and panels to provide in-depth analysis and insights into the best practices in social security and national security.  We will also discuss how to achieve trust among major countries and regions including Japan, U.S., UK, EU, Australia, and Israel, through discussion of international joint research, policy and education items shared by the INCS-CoE partners, and more. In addition to the familiar faces, we are using this virtual format to expand our global community to foster these important cybersecurity topics digitally.  Please join us for exciting discussions in our virtual atmosphere.  In order to accommodate our global online audience, here is the baseline schedule: The detailed program with timetable: https://symp.cysec-lab.keio.ac.jp/2021oct/program.html Here are some highlights: ● Speeches: Jun Murai (Keio) & Satoru Tezuka (Keio), MITRE, Japanese government, Embassies from U.S., UK, Israel, EU, Australia - Global Trust Services and International Mutual Recognition; Deterrence in Cybersecurity ● Keynote Speeches & Panels (invited): VIPs from S., UK, Israel, EU, Australia, Japan, NICT, United Nations, Keidanren, etc. ● Best Practices: Featured corporate best practices Government, Company, Academia *The program may change without notice Supporters (tbc): U.S. Embassy, British Embassy, Embassy of Israel, Delegation of the European Union, Australian Embassy, Japanese government agencies, ACCJ, AFCEA, INCS-CoE universities and companies, etc. Hosts: Keio University, The MITRE Corporation Online registration and programs: https://symp.cysec-lab.keio.ac.jp/2021oct/ Inquiry: cysec-lab-event@sfc.keio.ac.jp

【CALL FOR ABSTRACTS】CCRC Conference 2022 – Towards a Cyber Civilization: Risks and Opportunities

*日本語の記事はこちら CALL FOR ABSTRACTS CCRC Conference 2022 - Towards a Cyber Civilization: Risks and Opportunities Cyber Civilization Research Center (CCRC) at Keio University Global Research Institute will hold an International Conference in Tokyo, Japan, in February 2022. The two-day hybrid event aims to provide a platform for academia, policymakers, and the private sector to share their experiences, exchange insights, and discuss the emerging trends, opportunities, and challenges of increasingly digital societies. Tentative Conference Date: February 1-2, 2022 CCRC believes that the world is in need of a fundamental review of the technological and societal architecture of systems that are currently in use. Cyberspace, for all the benefits it brings to the world, has such serious flaws that it exposes the life-supporting systems to the risk of dysfunction. Governance systems, that functioned well for the economies of the material world, are failing to address the challenges of how we might realize the potential benefits of cyberspace while protecting people from exploitation and manipulation. The world needs a set of new technological and societal system architectures that can adequately address these issues. The transition, we believe, will have to be so large as to call it the construction of a new Cyber Civilization.  CCRC aspires to provide the world with ideas that address the systems architecture that can securely protect the autonomy of the people based on the principles of check and balance among the powers that constitute the new cyber civilization, with full participation of all members of the society. CCRC calls upon researchers around the world to provide inputs on how we might design such a future world. We welcome a broad range of papers that provide insights on how we might design systems for this new civilization. We welcome both high-level discussion as well as those abstracts that address the design of the technological/social systems in specific areas. Possible topics for papers may include but are not limited to: - Architecture of the next generation networks - Future shape of economies in the digital age (e.g., future of money and markets) - Governance of data (e.g., data sharing with trust) - Competing models of tech-governance - Future of work and life - Ethics in digital societies - Geopolitics in the digital world - Health care and medical innovation in the digital age - Future of identity and self in the AI age SCHEDULE & SUBMISSION DETAILS - Abstract Submission Deadline: October 31, 2021 - Authors should mail abstracts of maximum 400 words to event@www.ccrc.keio.ac.jp. Please indicate the title of the paper, names, affiliations, titles and e-mail - Notifications of Acceptance: November 15, 2021 - Submission of an extended abstract (4-5 pages): December 31, 2021 - Presentation at the CCRC International Conference: February 2022 - Extended abstracts will be published as Conference Proceedings in late 2022 by Cyber Civilization Research Center. Click here to view the announcement Enquiry: event@www.ccrc.keio.ac.jp Version: updated on 2021.9.7

MCAC-Japan Workshop and Launching Announcement

*日本語はこちら July 21 (Wed), 8:00 – 10:00 pm JST / 7:00 – 9:00 am US EDT Virtual Online Webinar hosted by Keio University KGRI/CCRC This Workshop will be part of international Webinar series, focusing on the actions proposed by Multilateral Cybersecurity Action Committee (MCAC). In this event, the international leaders will shed light on the collaborative and individual actions from like-minded countries and industries. For example, the known plans such as the U.S. Solarium Report and the recent American Presidential Executive Orders, the European proposals for directives on network and information systems security and the resilience of critical entities, and the creation of a Japanese Digital Agency have been in the right directions. To address new sophisticated cyber-attacks to such as Solar Winds, Microsoft Email, Colonial Pipeline, Ireland Health Care System, our urgent, sustained, concerted international actions are required. The MCAC proposals include but not limited to fundamental coordinated efforts involving public and private actions internationally. Click here to view the tentative program Register NOW

EU-Japan-U.S. International Digital Trust Workshop

*日本語の記事はこちら Hosted by Keio Cyber Security Research Center June 2 (Wednesday) – 4 (Friday), 2021 Virtual Online Workshop by Keio University, Japan This is the 4th EU-Japan-U.S. International Trust Workshop hosted by Keio Cyber Security Research Center (currently under Cyber Civilization Research Center). We organized 2 times in Tokyo and once in New York City in the past. We are continuously making progress in International Digital Trust Services and International Mutual Recognition through the virtual online workshop. In this workshop, we invited distinguished speakers and thought leaders including EU Commission/DG CONNECT, ETSI/ESI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute/Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures), Japan’s Cabinet Secretariat, JDTF (Japan Digital Trust Forum), U.S. NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) among others. Our discussion themes include international-regional-national policies, technical proof of concepts in the EU-Japan, DFFT, IMRT for potential implementations for bilateral to multilateral schemes. For timetable and more details, please visit: https://symp.cysec-lab.keio.ac.jp/2021June/  

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