Tuesday, 7 May at 12:30 pm (a light lunch will be served); 1:30 pm– 4:00 pm (workshop will begin)
Microsoft Center, Rue Montoyer 51, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
The digital world connects every aspect of our public infrastructure and private lives. However, the same networks that bind people together also place our connected society at risk. Attacks carried out by nation-states and associated non-state actors are growing increasingly frequent and more damaging. Governments, industry and civil society alike recognize these threats and have sought to improve the safety and stability of cyberspace through a number of different initiatives.
For the past decade, the UN Group of Governmental Experts (UN GGE) has been the primary platform for the discussions on cybersecurity norms and the applicability of international law in cyberspace. In the coming months, these discussions will start again, and will this time include consultations with key regional organizations, such as the European Union and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). In light of this, the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, Microsoft and the EU Cyber Direct Project cordially invites you to a unique workshop that will aim to discuss the private sector and civil society perspectives on the upcoming processes at the UN.
For more information and to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org