Greater Cyber-resilience through Cyber Capacity Building
September 14, 2021, 07:30 - 08:45 UTC
With rapid digital transformation, the question of capacity – in terms of resources, expertise, knowledge and citizens’ maturity – has become acute for many nations within the Asia-Pacific.
A nation’s cyber-resilience capabilities are often limited by the lack of know-how among its human resources. What are the real needs and goals of countries in cyber capacity building, education, and awareness? Do they differ from country to country? Whose role is it to ensure that these goals are met – is it necessarily the State that bears this burden? What are the success stories, failures and lessons learned?
Join Kaspersky and our panel of leaders from the Asia-Pacific for an online Policy Forum on September 14, 2021, at 07:30 - 08:45 UTC. We encourage you to attend and participate in our interactive session, which will be conducted in English with simultaneous translation to Chinese and Korean.
Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Cyberspace Studies; Secretary General of the Cyber Security Association of China
Professor of the School of Cybersecurity of Korea University; Head of the Department of Cyber Defense of Korea University; and Member of the Presidential Committee on the 4th Industrial Revolution
INTERPOL Cybercrime Director
Moderator for this Forum,
Head of Public Affairs, APAC, Kaspersky