A discussion on cyber warfare and international cooperation as part of Kaspersky Lab's cyber conference "2012: IT Security in the Age of Cyber Warfare".
Senior figures from international government, non-government and law enforcement organizations and Kaspersky Lab discuss the new paradigm of evolving cyber threats and assess how best to control cyber weapons.
Speakers from left to right:
- Alexander Seger, Secretary of the Cybercrime Convention Committee, Head of Data Protection and Cybercrime Division, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France;
- Alexander Ntoko, Head of Corporate Strategy Division, International Telecommunication Union (ITU);
- Michael Moran, Assistant Director Cybersecurity and Crime, Interpol;
- Richard Stiennon, Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest and moderator of the panel discussion;
- Eugene Kaspersky, Chief Executive Officer, Kaspersky Lab.
The panelists address the following questions:
- How can cyber war be defined?
- What is the connection between cybercrime and state-backed cyber warfare?
- Which practices have proved to be effective when fighting cybercrime?
- What global strategies should be put in place by public and private organizations to accelerate collaboration and countermeasures against cyber warfare?