The fourth Cyber Security Summit will be hosted by the Munich Security Conference and Deutsche Telekom in Silicon Valley
OREANDA-NEWS. The fourth Cyber Security Summit will be hosted by the Munich Security Conference and Deutsche Telekom in Silicon Valley. On September 19 and 20, 2016, around 100 senior representatives from science, politics, business and the military will meet at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, to debate current challenges in cyberspace. At the same time on September 20 high-ranking experts meet in Berlin for the 1. Berlin Security Day.
Attendees amongst others are:
- Christopher Painter, Coordinator for Cyber Issues, US Department of State
- Iddo Moed, Cyber Security Coordinator, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Dmitri Alperovitch, Co-Founder and CTO, CrowdStrike
- Michael McFaul, Director, Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University; Former US Ambassador to Russia
- Latha Reddy, Member of the Global Commission for Internet Governance; Former Deputy National Security Advisor of India
- Michael Chertoff, Former US Secretary of Homeland Security; Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, Chertoff Group
- Araz Azimov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Security Advisor, Azerbaijan
- Jane Holl Lute, Former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security; Former President and Chief Executive Officer of the Council on Cyber Security
- Uri Rosenthal, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs; Special Envoy for Cyber Security in the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Sorin Ducaru, Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO
- Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security
- Thomas Kremer, Member of the Board of Management, Deutsche Telekom AG
- Scott Charney, Corporate Vice President of the Trustworthy Computing Group, Microsoft
- Gerhard Eschelbeck, Vice President Security and Privacy Engineering, Google
- Alex Stamos, Chief Security Officer, Facebook.
Since its foundation five decades ago, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) has become the major global forum for dialogue on foreign and security policy. In addition to its annual flagship conference, the MSC regularly convenes high-profile events on particular topics and regions and publishes the Munich Security Report. For its cyber security activities, the MSC is partnering with the EastWest Institute, Deutsche Telekom, Google, and Microsoft to offer the best possible platforms for an open exchange of ideas and opinions.