- Nadia Calviño. Third Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation.
- Farah Urrutia. Secretary of Multidimensional Security, Organization of American States.
Miguel Ángel Ballesteros, Director Department of National Security of Spain.
Tom Burt, Corporate VP Customer Security & Trust Microsoft.
Technological evolution is increasingly disruptive. Predicting such quantum leaps in the curve of technological development requires greater vision, foresight and adaptability. In this final session we shall consider the future of cybersecurity and the capacity of citizens, companies and governments to anticipate the new realities created by artificial intelligence, 5G and other enabling technologies.
Cyberspace is an ever more important aspect of the exponential growth of digitalisation. The irruption of enabling technologies, 5G and the new reality imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic are just some elements that are changing the game board. Are we ready for the opportunities and threats that these scenarios are creating?
- Megan Stifel, GCA's Executive Director for the Americas regions.
- Susie Hargreaves, Director of the UK Safer Internet Centre.
- Jean-Francois Junger. Deputy Head of Unit, Public Services. DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission
Moderator: María Riesco, CNP.
More than 95% of the security vulnerabilities in cyberspace are still linked to the human factor. In this fifth session we shall consider awareness-raising strategies and how to generate a cybersecurity culture to mitigate such risks. Are we on the right path to make this a reality? What strategies can guarantee success?
- Adrian Acosta, Digital Crime Officer, INTERPOL.
- Aleisha Arnusch, Cybercrime Coordinator, Global Affairs Canada.
- Elvira Tejada, Public Prosecutor against Cybercrime (Spain).
Moderator: Felix Barrio, Director, Cybersecurity Hub, TEC Monterrey
In this session, we shall consider the regulatory architecture and the application of laws in cyberspace. What new lines should we explore? What is the current role of international cooperation and what should the desired scenario be? What needs will the post-COVID-19 reality generate?.
- Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, Ambassador-at-Large for Cyber Security at the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- María de Miguel de Santos, Department of National Security of Spain.
- Ambassador Mireya Muñoz, Deputy Multilateral Affairs of Ecuador
Moderator: Isaac Morales, General Coordinator of Multidimensional Security in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico.