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Friday, December 9 • 09:00 - 10:30
WS115: How do Cybersecurity, Development and Governance interact?

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The IGF's primary focus is to highlight how the discussion around Internet governance can impact the SDGs. Simultaneously, there has been increased attention drawn to the role of cybersecurity and its place both within the Internet governance framework, as well as how increased cybersecurity capacity might impact economic growth both in developed and developing countries.

 However, there are conflicting views on whether these differing fields are operationally compatible. For example, working through governance frameworks to improve Internet penetration in developing countries would help achieve some aims of the development agenda, but could also erode global cybersecurity by increasing the number of users susceptible to malicious attacks. Additionally, there has not been clearly identifiable proof that actually increasing cybersecurity capacity will improve the economic advancement of a country, much less whether working in an Internet governance framework is the way to achieve this secure state.

This session aims to bring together individuals from different sectors who will provide arguments for a) the convergence of these three issues, b) reasoning for why they would be separate working streams, and c) provide stance on when security, development, and governance interact and when they do not based on examples.


Session Organizers
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Kerry-Ann Barrett

Cybersecurity Policy Specialist, Organization of American States
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Carolin Weisser

The Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre is a leading international centre at the University of Oxford for research on efficient and effective cybersecurity capacity building. We promote an increase in the scale, pace, quality and impact of cybersecurity capacity building initiatives across the world. | | The Capacity Centre has created a first-of-its-kind model to review cybersecurity capacity maturity across five dimensions which... Read More →


Friday December 9, 2016 09:00 - 10:30
Workshop Room 3 PALCCO, Guadalajara, Mexico

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