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Internet Governance and Cybersecurity


The conference was livecast over the course of the one-and-a-half days. The archived footage of each session can be found under each of the tabs below along with a list of the respective speakers. Unfortunately, the dinner keynote discussion on day 1 and the concluding lunch keynote on day 2 could not be filmed as they were closed sessions. 
 

Participants

Confirmed speakers included:

  • Nick Ashton-Hart (Internet & Digital Ecosystem Alliance)
  • Steve Bellovin (Columbia Engineering)
  • Paul Bracken (Yale)
  • Kathryn Brown (Internet Society)
  • Brad Burnham (Union Square Ventures)
  • Agnès Callamard (Columbia Global Freedom of Expression)
  • Vinton G. Cerf (Google)
  • Susan Chalmers (Chalmers & Associates)
  • Anupam Chander (University of California)
  • Fadi Chehadé (ICANN)
  • Michael Chertoff (GCIG)
  • Leslie Daigle (GCIG)
  • Laura DeNardis (American University)
  • Victoria Espinel (Business Software Alliance)
  • Gordon Goldstein (Silverlake)
  • Amb. David Gross (Wiley Rein)
  • Fen Hampson (CIGI)
  • Dean Merit Janow (Columbia SIPA)
  • Robert Jervis (Columbia SIPA)
  • Matthew Jones (Columbia University)
  • James Kaplan (McKinsey & Company)
  • Konstantinos Komaitis (Internet Society)
  • Ronaldo Lemos (Institute for Technology & Society of Rio de Janeiro)
  • Herbert Lin (Stanford University)
  • Austin Long (Columbia SIPA)
  • Rebecca MacKinnon (New America)
  • Kevin Mandia (FireEye)
  • Andrew McLaughlin (Columbia SIPA)
  • Louis Modano (NASDAQ)
  • Michael Nelson (CloudFlare)
  • Eli Noam (Columbia Business School)
  • Beth Noveck (NYU GovLab)
  • Joseph Nye (Harvard Kennedy School)
  • Nuala O’Connor (Center for Democracy & Technology)
  • Beth Petrie (Citigroup Information Protection Directorate)
  • Rima Qureshi (Ericsson)
  • Carolina Rossini (Public Knowledge)
  • Jacquelynn Ruff (Verizon Communications)
  • Sharad Sanghi (Netmagic Solutions)
  • Marietje Schaake (GCIG)
  • Anya Schiffrin (Columbia SIPA)
  • Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia Engineering)
  • Tobby Simon (Synergia Foundation)
  • Brad Smith (Microsoft)
  • Lawrence Strickling (U.S. Department of Commerce)
  • Paul Twomey (Argo Pacific)
  • Andrew Wyckoff (OECD)
  • Christopher Yoo (University of Pennsylvania Law School)

Day 1: Opening, Welcome and Keynote Discussion

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Internet Governance and Cyber-Security - Opening Panel

 

Plenary Panel 1: Examining the Future of the Open and Universal Internet

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Examining the Future of the Open and Universal internet

 

Plenary Panel 2: The Future of Multi-stakeholder Internet Governance

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: The Future of Multi-stakeholder Internet Governance

 

Fireside Chat with Brad Smith

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Examination of U.S. Policy and Law in a Global Landscape

 

Panel 3A: Human rights, Freedom of Expression and the Internet

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Human Rights, Freedom of Expression and The Internet

 

Panel 3B: Trade, Internet Governance, and Cross-border Data Flows

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Trade, Internet Governance, and Cross-Border Data Flows

 

Panel 4A: Privacy, Big Data and the Internet

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Privacy, Big Data, and the Internet

 

Panel 4B: Innovation and the Internet

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Innovation and The Internet

 

Day 1: Concluding remarks with moderators

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Day 1 Concluding Observations

 

Day 2: Opening Joint-Keynote

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Day 2 Opening Joint-Keynote

 

Plenary Panel 5: Mitigating Cyber-risks in Critical Infrastructure: Private and Public Responses for the Financial Sector

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Mitigating Cyber-Risks in Critical Infrastructure

 

Panel 6A: Nuclear vs Cyber: Conflict & Deterrence

GCIG Conference, May 14-15, 2015: Nuclear VS. Cyber: Conflict and Deterrence

 

Panel 6B: Cyber-security and the Internet of Things

GCIG Conference May 14-15, 2015: Cyber-Security and the Internet of Things