US-Japan Cyber Dialogue: Enhancing Digital & Cyber Collaboration (May 29, 2020)2020.05.27
US-Japan Cyber Dialogue: Enhancing Digital & Cyber Collaboration (Live streaming)
Date & time: Friday May 29, 2020 | 08:30-11:00 JST
Registration information: Click here to register the live streaming. (Open for Keio students and faculty members only)
Host: Keio University Cyber Civilization Research Center & Columbia University SIPA
Language: English only
Summary of the event:
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.