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Third Russian Internet Governance Forum – Internet Security Forum: Schedule

As global network is an entity beyond the governments and borders, it is critical for all stakeholders, such as governments, businesses and societies, to understand all aspects related to Internet security. A multistakeholder model, where knowledge and experience of governments, businesses, experts and Internet community are used to solve arising problems, is one of the best options to ensure safe and secure internet use. By taking all opinions and comments, even controversial ones, into account, it is possible to develop liberal, conscious and non- discriminating patterns for Internet governance – and for making Internet a safer place.

The Forum is held annually, and will see its third opening in 2012. RIGF meetings aim to provide a meeting point for industry experts, business and government representatives. Members of State Duma, Russian officials and government representatives from other countries, as well as leading Internet community experts and others, will attend the event to discuss one of the most topical challenges of Internet governance – making the Internet safe and secure.

10:00-
10:30
Welcome-coffee
10:30-
12:30

Plenary Session “Information Security: Global Challenges, Universal Solutions”

Opening of the plenary session and welcome-address

Combat with cybercrime: cooperation and collective initiatives

  • Michel Moren, Acting Assistant Deputy Director, INTERPOL (tbc)
  • Alexey Moshkov, Head of the Bureau for Special Technical Measures of Department “K” of the Ministry of Interior of Russian Federation, Police Major General

Role of intergovernmental organizations in implementation of the concept of secure and accessible Internet

  • Andrew Wyckoff, Director for Science, Technology and Industry OECD
  • Robert Shlegel, Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of Russian Federation for Culture, Sport, and Youth

Methods and instruments of prevention of, and response to, DDoS attacks: international experience

Information security as a multistakeholder initiative: the role of business and civil society

Final words

12:30-
13:00
Coffee
13:00-
14:00

Cybersecurity update

  • Jeff Moss, VP and Chief Security Officer of ICANN
14:00-
17:30

Interactive session (showcase): panel discussions. Master classes given by representatives of major IT companies

Master classes will take part during the Forum, being a most interactive part of the event. During the day, visitors can attend lectures hosted by the acknowledged security experts, ask questions and receive practical information on existing threats, as well as protection options, in four themed zones. RIGF attendees and Sviaz- Expocomm 2012 guests are able to gain holistic insights into Internet security by visiting all these zones. Each lecture will also host a competition for attendees, where the most active and tech-savvy guests are to receive prizes.

Section 1

Copyright and Internet Integrity

Section 2

Financial Crimes in the Internet

Section 3

DDoS Attacks and Hacks

Section 4

Spam and Viruses


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