Time: Friday, May 29, 2020 / 08:30-11:00 JST
Registration: Details for the video link to be given upon registration
Keio University Cyber Civilization Research Center and Columbia University SIPA are co-organizing another enlightening conversation on cybersecurity and digital economy issues in the context of US-Japan relations. The event features a keynote speech from Ms Nakamitsu Izumi, UN Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs.
The event will include panel discussions on each of the four areas identified for exploration by Dialogue members: Cyber Norms and Measurement, Digital Free Flow with Trust, Fostering Digital Innovation and the Human Element of Cyber Crisis Management. These discussions will form the basis for on-going Dialogue working groups in each area.
This event is part of the US-Japan Cyber Dialogue initiated by Columbia SIPA and Keio University Cyber Civilization Research Center. Through quarterly meetings and four working groups, the Dialogue explores policy options for improving US-Japan cyber cooperation and fostering digital free trade with trust. We thank the Japan Society for their generous support.
View the video dialogue between Professor Jiro Kokuryo (Keio University) and Gregory Rattray (Columbia University) for more insights