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EU CyberNet Annual Conference 2021: Building Cyber Capacities in the Digital Decade
The second EU CyberNet Annual Conference aims to take stock of and reflect on the implications of the various developments in EU cyber capacity building implementation with a hybrid event in Brussels and transmitted online to a Europe-wide audience.
Dr Hilde Hardeman, Director and Head of Service for Foreign Policy Instruments (FPI), European Commission
Mr Andres Sutt, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology, Estonia
10:35 – 11:35 Panel 1: Getting it right – top EU priorities for capacity building
This panel will present current EU policies and discuss the emerging trends, the EU’s cyber capacity building needs, coordination and funding priorities until 2027. It will also address synergies with the EU Member States.
Setting the scene: “Main challenges with capacity building” – Ms Joanneke Balfoort, Director, Security and Defence Policy, EEAS
Ms Veronika Boskovic-Pohar, Representative to the Political and Security Committee, Slovenia
Mr Thierry Barbé, Head of Unit, DG INTPA F5
Mr Jesper Pedersen, Deputy Head of Unit, FPI.1
Mr Csaba Virag, Director of Capacity Building, Talgen Cybersecurity
11:35 – 11:45 Coffee break
11:45 – 12:00 Quo vadis EU CyberNet?
EU CyberNet’s activities overview and plans for the future.
Mr Siim Alatalu, Director of EU CyberNet
12:00 – 12:50 Panel 2: Global drive for digitalisation – a challenge for cybersecurity?
This session bridges cybersecurity and digitalisation by introducing ongoing efforts against the background of emerging technologies and related cybersecurity challenges, addressing main challenges for the implementation of capacity building projects and seeking for possible complementarity on the efforts in the area of digitalisation and cybersecurity.
Setting the scene: “Supporting digital transformation in Eastern Partnership – case study of Ukraine” – Mr Tanel Tang, Member of Support Group for Ukraine, Thematic/Programme Lead for Cyber in Eastern Partnership countries
Ms Kerry-Ann Barrett, Cybersecurity Program Officer, Organization of American States
Mr Jo de Muynck, Head of the Operational Cooperation Unit, ENISA
Mr Bertrand Lathoud, Head of the Cybersecurity Competence Center (C3), Luxembourg
Mr Kaan Sahin, International Policy Advisor, Germany
Session 1 – Cyber capacity building projects in service of EU cyber diplomacy
The importance of cyber capacity building has been noted in the UN in ensuring international peace and security. The EU is in a good position to help put in practice their recommendations thanks to its various CCB projects, so this session will discuss how to best support our partners in addition to what the EU is already doing.
Setting the scene: Mr Henri Verdier, Ambassador for Digital Affairs, Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, France
Ms Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, Ambassador-at-large for Cyber Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia
Ms Manon Le Blanc, Head of Cyber Sector, EEAS
Ms Maartje Peters, Head of International Cyber Policy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Netherlands
Dr Patryk Pawlak, Brussels Executive Officer, EU Institute for Security Studies
Session 2 – Challenges of bilateral state cooperation at cyber capacity building measures in Africa
This parallel session will focus on both the opportunities as well as the challenges in designing and implementing cyber capacity building projects. The session is organised in cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office of Germany and live-streamed online, including for the on-site audience in Brussels.
Setting the scene: Dr Regine Grienberger, Cyber Ambassador, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Germany
Mr John Reyels, Head of Cyber Policy Division, Federal Foreign Office, Germany
Dr Towela Nyirenda-Jere, Head of Economic Integration, AUDA-NEPAD
Ms Laura Carpini, Head of Cyber Security and Policies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy
Mr Raphael Pfautsch, Project Manager of Governance und Trust4Cyber, Department Global Policy, Governance, Cities, German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ)