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#cybersummit2013: Opening Remarks
#cybersummit2013: Opening Remarks
A1: Governing Cyber Conflict
Boards
Boards
Building Trust in Cyberspace

"What we have now learned over the last 10 or 20 years, is that you cannot assume trust. That is why we’re dealing with a persistent problem of criminality, theft of intellectual property and even efforts to sabotage or damage our infrastructure using the Internet.”

Michael Chertoff
Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security
Chertoff
Chertoff
Convicting More Cyber Criminals
Cyber Detente Between the United States and China: Shaping the Agenda
Cybersummit 2012: CYBERSECURITY: HOW INDIA SEES THE WORLD
Cybersummit 2012: CYBERSECURITY: HOW INDIA SEES THE WORLD
Cybersummit 2012: Michael Chertoff Keynote
Cybersummit 2012: Michael Chertoff Keynote
Cybersummit 2012: Punit Renjen (Chairman of the Board, Deloitte) Keynote
Cybersummit 2012: Punit Renjen (Chairman of the Board, Deloitte) Keynote
Doubt
Doubt
EWI and the Cybersecurity Challenge
EWI and the Cybersecurity Challenge
EastWest Institute's 30th Anniversary
EWI's Three Decades
Fighting Spam to Build Trust
Governments Understanding
Governments Understanding
International Pathways to Cybersecurity
International Pathways to Cybersecurity

"I am a big fan of the EastWest Institute; I consider it to be a national asset."

James L. Jones
Former U.S. National Security Advisor
Jones
Jones

“EWI’s China-U.S. bilateral report on Fighting Spam to Build Trust is a rare breakthrough in international cooperation.”

Byeong Gi Lee
Former President, IEEE Communications Society
Lee
Lee
Measuring the Cybersecurity Program

“One of our prominent speakers told me privately that his major worry is that one day we will cross a really difficult divide, and will confront a situation when people will die as a result of a cybersecurity attack. That could be a game changer of the worst type.”

John Mroz
EWI President and CEO
Mroz
Mroz
Priority International Communications
Promoting International Cyber Norms: A New Advocacy Forum
Protection Online
Protection Online

“EWI has certainly provided leadership by serving as a catalyst for collective transnational action.”

Punit Renjen
Chairman of the Board, Deloitte LLP
Renjen
Renjen
Rules for Cyberspace
Rules for Cyberspace
Russia-U.S. Bilateral on Cybersecurity: Critical Terminology Foundations
security Risk
security Risk
The Digital Prisoner’s Dilemma: Challenges and Opportunities for Cooperation
Toward Criteria for International Cyber Weapons Bans
Welcoming Remarks
Working Towards Rules for Governing Cyber Conflict: Rendering the Geneva and Hague Conventions in Cyberspace

“No single country can deal with cross-border issues such as hacking, viruses or spam on its own.”

Liu Xiaoming
Ambassador of China to the UK
Xiaoming
Xiaoming