The first Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit brought together 38 breakthrough groups that covered 36 distinct topics. The objective of each group was to identify an international cybersecurity issue that requires an international policy breakthrough and to develop actionable and effective recommendations to address that issue.
The work of the breakthrough groups will continue throughout the year and feed in to the second Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit in London in June 2011. To enable the work of the breakthrough groups, EWI and the cybersecurity summit's technical cosponsor, the IEEE Communications Society, have set up an online forum where you can get updates, contribute to the debate and help find solutions for pressing cybersecurity concerns. Currently the forum contains records of the summit sessions, which will be used as a starting point to further develop each individual topic.
Your contribution to the development of these topics is much appreciated.
Please click here to register for the forum and continue the conversation from the first Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit.
Breakthrough-group sessions were asked to submit reports that include the following elements. The provided online forum can be used to enhance each of these sections:
Not all of records currently reflect a good use of this structure. The online forums provide an opportunity to refine breakthrough-group reports and provide clear and actionable consensus recommendations.