IGF 2022 Parliamentary Track Session II: Implementation of Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Frameworks: Challenges and Solutions [Closed]

Wednesday, 30th November, 2022 (12:05 UTC) - Wednesday, 30th November, 2022 (13:35 UTC)


Session overview

The second session of the IGF Parliamentary Track, titled Implementation of Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Frameworks: Challenges and Solutions, will explore the following key questions: 

  • What happens after the adoption of cybersecurity and cybercrime policy/regulatory/legislative frameworks? 
  • Are relevant national authorities adequately equipped (e.g. financial resources, human and institutional capacities) to implement such frameworks? If not, how to ensure this is the case?
  • What is the role of capacity building initiatives in strengthening cybersecurity – nationally and internationally – and advancing international dialogue on these issues?
  • What does it take to ensure efficient and effective regional, international, and multistakeholder cooperation in implementing such frameworks?

Lead discussants

  • Serge Droz | Member of the Board, FIRST.org 
  • Tim Engelhardt | Human Rights Officer, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • Arda Gerkens | Vice-President of the Senate, Netherlands
  • Ikram Hassan | MP, Maldives (moderator)
  • Jochen Michels | Head of Public Affairs Europe, Kaspersky
  • Wout de Natris | Internet Standards, Security and Safety Coalition 
  • Solomon Soka | Head of Information Network Security Administration, Ethiopia 

Practical details

Please note that this is a closed session, dedicated to members of parliament and parliamentary staff. The Zoom link will be sent directly to invited participants. 

For more information, please visit Parliamentary Track IGF 2022.