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Thursday, March 31 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Driving a Paradigm Shift toward Human Rights-respecting Cybersecurity policy by design

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The goal of the roundtable is to jump start a paradigm shift toward rights-respecting approaches to cybersecurity. The roundtable participants will explore how and where stakeholders can influence global cybersecurity policy making and foster rights-based approaches to cybersecurity. The roundtable will comprise individuals with extensive expertise in human rights, business, cryptography and national security, and will further the debate on the relationship between governance, security, and fundamental rights and freedoms online. The roundtable will focus specifically on the need for cybersecurity policy to be rights-respecting by design, and debate how to ensure that not only cybersecurity policies but also related policy development and decision¬making protect and respect human rights from their inception.

The workshop will use the draft recommendations from the Freedom Online Coalition (FOC) Working Group 1 on “Internet free and secure” as a basis for the discussion. The Working Group is a multistakeholder initiative comprising government members (the Netherlands, the United States and Canada), as well as individuals from the private sector, civil society and academia. A draft version of the recommendations can be found here: https://www.freedomonlinecoalition.com/wp-content/uploads/20a15/11/FOC-WG1-Recommendations-discussion-draft-IGF-2015-new.pdf

Speakers
avatar for Richard Arbeiter

Richard Arbeiter

Director General, Freedom and Human Rights, Global Affairs Canada
Director General of the Freedom and Human Rights Bureau at Global Affairs Canada
avatar for Rafik Dammak

Rafik Dammak

Non-commercial Stakeholder Group former Chair, NTT
He is engineer working and living in Japan. He is member of the steering committee for the Dynamic Coalition on Internet Rights and Principles . He has been involved in ICANN community as NCUC (Non-commercial users constituency) individual user member, former elected GNSO Councillor for the Non-Commercial Stakeholder Group, ICANN nomcom member in addition to his participation in several ICANN WGs like the new gTLD applicant support where he was... Read More →
avatar for Ronald Deibert

Ronald Deibert

Director, Citizen Lab, University of Toronto
avatar for Camille M. Francois

Camille M. Francois

Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University
avatar for Alex  Keller

Alex Keller

Systems Security Engineer, Stanford School of Engineering
Operational focus on defensive security, systems architecture, virtualization, and networking. Coach of the Stanford Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition student team and active member of the California Cybersecurity Task Force.
avatar for Mallory Knodel

Mallory Knodel

Association for Progressive Communications
avatar for Rebecca MacKinnon

Rebecca MacKinnon

Director, Ranking Digital Rights, New America Foundation
Ranking Digital Rights
avatar for Riana Pfefferkorn

Riana Pfefferkorn

Cryptography Fellow, Stanford Center for Internet and Society
avatar for Chris Riley

Chris Riley

Head of Public Policy, Mozilla
I operate in the area of Internet policy, coming from a law and technology background. My motivation is the belief that an open Internet delivers tremendous socioeconomic benefits, and that if we as a global society don't "get" Internet policy more often than not, those benefits will go away. That path took me from computer science, to copyright, to telecom, to Internet freedom, presenting me with many opportunities to do some interesting and... Read More →
avatar for Bruce Schneier

Bruce Schneier

Security technologist, cryptographer, privacy specialist, and author
Bruce Schneier is an internationally renowned security technologist, called a "security guru" by The Economist. He is the author of 13 books -- including "Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World" -- as well as hundreds of articles, essays, and academic papers. His influential newsletter "Crypto-Gram" and his blog "Schneier on Security" are read by over 250,000 people. He has testified before Congress... Read More →
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Bernard Shen

Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft


Thursday March 31, 2016 2:30pm - 3:45pm
*The Hub*

Attendees (64)