"CYBERSECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS"

Wednesday 11th September 2019

cybersecurity Management Challenges Symposium 2019 - Lugano
08.00 - 09.15 Registration and morning networking breakfast
09.15 - 09:30

Moderator:

Davide Gai
Moderator & President of Davide Gai & Partners (Lugano, Switzerland)

Topic:
Opening and Welcome

Kim Hildebrant - Chairman CMC Organizing Committee
Gregory Warden - President Franklin University Switzerland
The Honorable Marco Borradori - Mayor City of Lugano
Morris Mottale - Professor & Chair of the Department of Political Science
and International Relations at Franklin University Switzerland (Sorengo, Switzerland)
09.30 – 09.50

Topic:
Cybersecurity environment in Taiwan, challenges and oppportunities

Keynote Speaker:

David W.F. Huang
Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (Bern, Switzerland)
09.50 – 10.50

Topic:
International cooperation; some national perspectives

Panel discussion moderated by:

Luca Steinmann
Geopolitical Analyst and Reporter (Milan, Italy)

Panel participents:

Ameer Weston
SMSgt. & Operations Coordinator, US Embassy (Bern, Switzerland)

Mauro Massoni
Minister & Consul General of Italy (Lugano, Switzerland)

Edward Inglett
Second Secretary Political, British Embassy (Bern, Switzerland)

Natalia Spinu
Head of Cyber Security Center CERT (Chisinau, Moldavia)

10.50 – 11.20

Coffee and Networking

11.20 – 11.40

Topic:
The City of Geneva’s experiences in regard to e-voting, Cybercrime and Law Enforcement

Keynote Speaker:

Alexandre Vautravers
Head of Department for the Canton of Geneva for Security and Strategical Questions (Geneva, Switzerland)
11.40 – 12.40

Topic:
The IT industry, human rights and international law; Some cross-national perspectives

Panel discussion moderated by:

Melvin Schlein
Professor Emeritus of Political Science and History, Franklin University Switzerland

Panel participents:

Morris Mottale
Professor & Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Franklin University (Sorengo, Switzerland)

Vito Todaro
Sales Director Latin America at Sasera (Zug, Switzerland)

Paolo Ruspini
Professor and Scholar in Residence at Franklin University Switzerland (Sorengo, Switzerland)

Ivo Hoppler
Chief Cyber Development Officer at Aon Schweiz (Zurich, Switzerland)

12.40 – 13.00

Topic:
Some tentative conclusions

Morris Mottale
(Franklin University Switzerland), Professor of Comparative Politics and International Relations & Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations
13.00 – 14.00
Networking Lunch Buffet
(kindly sponsored by SIT Immobiliare (Lugano, Switzerland)
cybersecurity Management Challenges Symposium 2019 - Lugano
14.00 - 14.20

Topic:
Lawyers: the new weakest link in data breaches

Keynote Speaker:

Ilia Kolochenko
CEO ImmuniWeb (Geneva, Switzerland)
14.20 – 15.20

Topic:
Switzerland, The United States and the European Union; Common cyber challenges?

Panel discussion moderated by:

Davide Gai
President of Davide Gai & Partners

Panel participents:

Alessandro Trivilini
Head of SUPSI Digital Forensics Lab (Lugano, Switzerland)

Ameer Weston
SMSgt. & Operations Coordinator, US Embassy (Bern, Switzerland)

Natalia Spinu
Head of Cyber Security Center CERT (Chisinau, Moldavia)

15.20– 15.50

Coffee and Networking

15.50 – 16.10

Topic:
Big data analytics for new type of (inter)urban security and crime prevention

Keynote Speaker:

Giacomo Salvanelli

Founding Partner and Coordinator of the Criminology Department of MISAP (Multidisciplinary Institute for Security Management and Antisociality Prevention (Milan, Italy)
16.10 - 17.10

Topic:
Leadership, Ethics and Management in the Cyber Age: Some New Approaches

Introduced by: Walter C. Gjergja Shi Xing Mi

32nd generation Shaolin Temple Disciple (Lugano, Switzerland)
followed by:

Panel discussion moderated by:

Georges Rocourt
Professor of International Management and Executive in Residence at
Franklin University Switzerland

Panel participents:

Carlo Giardinetti
Dean of Executive Education, Franklin University

Paolo Attivissimo
Independent IT journalist and consultant

Christopher Dawson
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Franklin University Switzerland (Sorengo, Switzerland)

Chiara di Segni
Serial Investor and Entrepreneur (Rome, Italy)

17.10 – 17.30

Topic:
Closing statement

Morris Mottale
(Franklin University Switzerland), Professor of Comparative Politics and International Relations & Chair of the Department of Political Science and International Relations

Kim Hildebrant - Chairman CMC Organizing Committee - Anchorage Group President, Chairman of Franklin University Switzerland and CMC Cybersecurity and Management Challenges

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