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/
● Jun Murai, Distinguished Professor & Co-Director, Cyber Civilization Research Center, Keio University
● 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
● 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/