Cyber 2019 explored questions including:
- Will nation states reach a consensus on responsibly governing cyberspace?
- How can governments and industry collaborate effectively to combat cybercrime?
- How can AI be used responsibly to secure cyberspace?
- Who should be held accountable in the event of a cyber attack?
- Is there enough attention paid to the ethical aspects of cyber policy and regulation?
Ria Thomas was a speaker at the session "Crisis Management, Mitigation and Accountability". This session will consider the practical implications of a cyber-attack, the fallout of a data breach and managing the loss of trust for a company.
- Who should be held accountable in a cyber-attack and a data breach? How can companies maintain credibility following an attack?
- What policy changes and legislation are in development to address these concerns and protect businesses?
- Are senior leaders and C-suite executives equipped with enough understanding of cyber security to prepare and protect their businesses? What can businesses do to educate their employees in responsible cyber practice and implications?
- What can companies learn from recent cyber-attacks on companies, and what is best practice in crisis management and mitigation?
The Chatham House Rule
To enable as open a debate as possible, this conference was held under the Chatham House Rule.