UNIDIR International Cyber Crisis Management Regional Workshop - Organization of American States
How could regional cyber crisis measures be triggered? What are the most relevant and pressing region-specific vulnerabilities and threats? To stimulate the sharing of different views and experiences on the international/strategic implications of cyber crises and their management at the regional and multilateral levels, UNIDIR in partnership with the Organization of American States will co-host a half-day regional workshop. This workshop will cover: the relationship between the technical and political crisis management necessary in the cyber realm; cybersecurity efforts of Member States including through the implementation of norms and Member States’ expectations on the role of the UN in how regional organizations address cyber insecurity and prevent and manage cyber crisis. SPEAKERS: Please visit the event page for the list of speakers: https://www.unidir.org/events/international-cyber-crisis-management-regional-workshop-series PARTICIPANTS: Limited to government representatives. RSVP: Please register here by 14 February 2022. Registration is mandatory. The link to access the workshop will be provided by email to registered participants one day prior to the event. https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=2zWeD09UYE-9zF6kFubccK9rH1mSsDROpQH4Ldf2FbFUQ0JISk1ZWTNMODJHRVhTWEczRVZVNEVMNS4u&web=1&wdLOR=c97113645-D6C0-9341-91FD-1522CEE4BA16
02-15-2022 10:00 - 02-16-2022 00:00
Online Course on International Cyber Diplomacy, Law and Norms
The objective of this course is to build capacity in government officials to engage meaningfully and effectively in international cybersecurity discussions, particularly within the United Nations’ First Committee, but also in other multilateral discussions, such as in regional organizations and in discussions and consultations with the private sector, civil society and academia. This certificate program provides participants with an overview of the normative framework of responsible state behavior promulgated by the UN, and other multilateral organizations. Further, the course will examine legal frameworks and tools to assist cross-border digital crime cooperation. Participants will gain a better understanding of the issues and challenges that dominate current international dialogues on cybersecurity, responsible state behaviour and cybernorms. Candidates should be public officials of the Permanent Missions to the OAS and to the UN, mainly diplomats from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, or officials responsible for contributing to debates on international cybersecurity rules and norms, both at the United Nations and elsewhere.
02-21-2022 08:00 - 02-25-2022 00:00