13th January 2012, Emmanuel College, Cambridge
Public Policy for Cyberspace
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We have recently had two alterations to the line-up of speakers. David Smart of the Royal United Services Institute will now be speaking in our session on cyberwarfare. And in place of Dave Garfield who is Director of Cybersecurity, Henry Harrison who is Technical Director, will be attending on behalf of BAE Systems Detica.
8.45-9.15 REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST
9.30-11.00 The London Conference: Reaction, Critique and ‘Where do we go from here?’
(Keynote by Baroness Neville-Jones)
11.00-12.30 Cyber-warfare: How should, and how can, the government respond to war-mongering in cyberspace?
(Forum with Sir Richard Dearlove, Air Commodore Graham Wright, David Smart)
13.30-15.00 Law and the internet: What can governments worldwide do to prevent cybercrime?
(Forum with DAC Janet Williams, Henry Harrison, Mark Carter)
15.00-16.30 Ethics and norms on the internet: How can we establish norms of conduct in cyberspace?
(Forum with Tom Simpson, Prof Ross Anderson & Dr David Good)
16.30-17.00 TEA & COFFEE
17.00-18.00 Reaction: How will this government set and enforce ethical standards for the internet?
(Keynote by the Rt Hon Francis Maude)
18.00 onwards WINE RECEPTION
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