Rethinking the Global Cyber Order

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About the Global Cybersecurity Forum

The GCF aims to catalyze socioeconomic change, push the knowledge boundaries on core cybersecurity topics, foster investment and build the foundations for global cooperation in cyberspace. Discussions and sessions, which have been designed to be maximally interactive and dynamic, will engage prominent speakers and audience members directly as participants, and cover a range of sub-themes that include: Evolving international order in cyberspace; the current and future state of cybersecurity threats; technologies of the future as solutions to threats; the human dimensions of cybersecurity in the future of work; leveraging market forces and economic incentives; bridging global cyber divides and strengthening human-centric cybersecurity. The GCF, hosted by the National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA), was launched in February 2020 during the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s G20 Presidency. In line with these objectives, GCF 2020 has convened former Heads of States, industry leaders, policymakers, senior representatives from International Organizations, prominent academics and thought leaders from across the globe and executives across the finance, health, energy, and transport sectors. In April 2021, the GCF hosted its first Virtual Dialogue entitled Cyberspace: What Now, What Next?, attracting over 250,000 individuals from more than 100 countries. The multi-disciplinary sessions highlighted a series of key themes for the global cybersecurity community, including economic incentives, the talent gap, investment, trust, cyber diplomacy, integrated awareness, and cyber conflict readiness.D94

King Abdul Aziz International Conference Center, Riyadh
01/02/2022 - 02/02/2022
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Rethinking the Global Cyber Order
National CyberSecurity Authority
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