KGRI Great Thinker Series: Collaborative Pathways to Securing the Cyber Ecosystem

Keio University Global Research Institute (KGRI) will host a public lecture on the Collaborative Pathways to Securing the Cyber Ecosystem on Jan 24 at North Hall, Mita Campus, Keio University. This time, we invited Dr. Gregory J. Rattray, Senior Research Professor from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University to give us the lecture and join the panel discussion together with a range of experts from the social and computer sciences.

Event Title: KGRI Great Thinker Series: Collaborative Pathways to Securing the Cyber Ecosystem
Date: Friday, Jan 24, 2020
Time: 14:00-16:00 (Registration starts at 13:30)
Venue: North Hall, Mita Campus, Keio University
Enquiry: event@www.ccrc.keio.ac.jp
The event will be conducted in English. Concurrent translation from English to Japanese will be provided.

日時: 2020年1月24日(金) 14:00-16:00 (開場: 13:30)
場所: 慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス 北館1階 北館ホール
参加登録: https://ccrc-kgri2020.peatix.com
問合わせ: event@www.ccrc.keio.ac.jp
使用言語: 英語・同時通訳有り

Tentative Program プログラム (予定) :
13:30-14:00 Registration 開場

14:00-14:05 Welcome Speech by Professor Jun Murai, Co-Director, Cyber Civilization Research Center & Professor at Keio University

ご挨拶:村井 純教授(慶應義塾大学 サイバー文明研究センター 共同センター長・環境情報学部 政策・メディア研究科 教授)

14:05-14:55 Keynote Speech by Dr. Gregory J. Rattray

講演:Gregory J. Rattray博士

14:55-15:55 Panel Discussion: Globally accepted norms in the fractured cyberspace

(Moderated by Professor David Farber, Co-Director, Cyber Civilization Research Center & Distinguished Professor at Keio University)

パネルディスカッション「サイバースペースの分裂を防ぐ信頼構築に向けて」

(モデレータ:ファーバー・デイビッド教授 慶應義塾大学 サイバー文明研究センター 共同センター長)

Tentative Panelists パネリスト (予定) :
– David J. Farber, Co-Director of Cyber Civilization Research Center & Distinguished Professor at Keio University (Moderator)
– Gregory J. Rattray, Senior Research Professor, School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University
– Jun Murai, Co-Director of Cyber Civilization Research Center & Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies at Keio University
– Rikako Watai, Professor, Law School at Keio University
– Toshinori Kajiura, Chair of Working Group on Cyber-Security Enhancement, Committee on Cyber Security at Keidanren, President at Japan Cybersecurity Innovation Committee and Senior Researcher at Hitachi (ICT Policy)


15:55-16:00 Closing Remarks by Professor Jiro Kokuryo, Vice-President and Professor, Faculty of Policy Management & Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University
閉会:國領 二郎教授 慶應義塾 常任理事・慶應義塾大学 総合政策学部 教授

About Keynote Speech:

Collaborative Pathways to Securing the Cyber Ecosystem

The nature of cyberspace as fast-changing digital globally connected ecosystem presents key global challenges including critical economic and social functions are digitally reliant, the ability to conduct hidden attacks of increasingly disruptive scale; and insecure systems that create risks to all in the ecosystem. The lecture will address possibilities for collaboration to address these challenges, in particular – the need for global norms to help protect vulnerable social functions; the need to quickly identify transgressions against norms both to ensure accountability and manage escalation to avoid a cyber silent spring; and the need to establish measurement of cyber ecosystem health to ensure nations, companies and individuals have incentives to keep the system clean.

基調講演:安全なサイバースペースに向けた国際連携

急激に変化する世界を結ぶデジタル・エコシステムとしてのサーバースペースのありようは、鍵となる世界的な難題を提示している。すなわち、必要不可欠な経済・社会機能がデジタルに依存していること、隠れた攻撃を行う能力が破壊規模を増していること、である。言い換えると、エコシステムの中の全員にとってリスクを創り出すような脆弱なシステムとなっているのだ。

この講演は、このような難題に取り組むための協調の可能性を考察する。特に、脆弱な社会機能を保護する助けとなるような世界的な規範の必要性、すなわち、規範に反する違反を直ちに明らかにして、説明責任を負わせ、違反拡大を抑えてサイバーサイレントスプリングを回避するというニーズ、サイバーエコシステムの健康の測定法を確立してシステムをクリーンに保つインセンティブを持つ国家、企業、個人を保護するというニーズについて、述べる。

About Panel Discussion:
Globally accepted norms in the fractured cyberspace
The panel discussion will focus on the belief that cyberspace is increasingly becoming fractured, with issues such as cyber sovereignty and competing models of internet governance, possibly leading to a Balkanization of the internet. What kind of norms are needed? How they can develop? Above all, how can we ensure these norms are created and accepted at a global scale?

パネルディスカッション:サイバースペースの分裂を防ぐ信頼構築に向けて

このパネルディスカッションは、サイバースペースがますます分裂してきている、という確信に焦点を合わせる。サイバー統治権やインターネット・ガバナンスの競合的なモデルがインターネットをバルカン半島でそうであったように分裂させているという課題についてである。どのような規範が必要とされているのか。それはどのように開発されるのか。中でも、これらの規範が創設され、世界的に受容されるのかということを我々はどのようにして保証できるのだろうか。

About Guest Speaker:

Dr. Greg Rattray is currently Senior Research Professor at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University with a research focus on improving public-private partnerships for cybersecurity and improving global cyber governance. He is also Partner and Founder of Next Peak LLC, a cybersecurity risk management firm. Previously, Greg was at JP Morgan Chase as the Global Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and then headed the Global Cyber Partnership team responsible for cybersecurity policy advocacy with industry partners, government agencies & global organizations. Dr. Rattray drove numerous industry initiatives including the Financial Systemic Analysis & Resilience Center (FSARC), a private-public initiative to address systemic cyber risks, Sheltered Harbor and the Financial Sector Cybersecurity Profile. Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Dr. Rattray was founding partner and CEO of Delta Risk LLC. He served as the ICANN Chief Internet Security Advisor. Greg retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Colonel and served as Director for Cybersecurity in the White House and commanded the Ops Group of the AF Information Warfare Center.

Dr. Rattray has a B.S. degree from the USAF Academy, a M.P.P. from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University and a Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. He authored Strategic Warfare in Cyberspace. He is a full member of the Council on Foreign Relations.