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Partnering for Cyber Resilience

Partnering for Cyber Resilience

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On 5 and 12 December 2012, Chief Executive Officers, public sector leaders and key advisers to the heads of the Annual Meeting delegations are set to determine the agenda and direction of the cyber-related discussions at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2013 in Davos-Klosters,Switzerland, and the future of the Partnering for Cyber Resilience (PCR) initiative.
On 5 and 12 December 2012, Chief Executive Officers, public sector leaders and key advisers to the heads of the Annual Meeting delegations are set to determine the agenda and direction of the cyber-related discussions at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2013 in Davos-Klosters,Switzerland, and the future of the Partnering for Cyber Resilience (PCR) initiative.

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In this newsletter:Partnering for CyberResilience ConferenceEuropean Commission Vice-Presidentendorses PCRNew signatories The Grand Conference2012, AmsterdamOAS Secretary-Generalmeets with Forum USA ChairmanIncreased Cyber Awareness for Oil andGas SectorCalendarMetricsResources
Partnering for Cyber Resilience
Partnering for Cyber Resilience Conference
 
On 5 and 12 December 2012, Chief Executive Officers, public sector leadersand key advisers to the heads of the Annual Meeting delegations are set todetermine the agenda and direction of the cyber-related discussions at theWorld Economic Forum's AnnualMeeting 2013 in Davos-Klosters,Switzerland, and the future of thePartnering for Cyber Resilience (PCR)initiative. The PCR conference will be held in
Dublin, Ireland, on 5 December 2012
and in
Washington, DC on 12December 2012.
  The agenda allows for extensiveparticipant interaction, peer grouplearning and network strengthening. Inthe morning, participants will join one of two sessions, followed by a joint sessionin the afternoon. Please confirm yourparticipation viaasha@weforum.org.
November 2012
 
 
 Agenda
09.00 - 09.30 Welcome and Introduction09.30 - 12.00 Track 1:
Private Sector 
:Development and Futureof the Partnership Track 2:
Public Sector 
:Sharing Best Practicesand Experiences12.00 - 13.15 Lunch13.15 - 14.15 Keynote Panel Discussion14.15 - 17.00 Pathways to GlobalCyber Resilience:Public-Private andInternational Cooperation17.00 - 18.30 Networking Reception
 
Partnering for Cyber Resilience November 2012 Newsletter
“These are not just a setof important principles,they are evidence of howwe can work together aspublic and private sectorleaders to raiseawareness and buildresilience. I’m fullycommitted to suchPrinciples. In a hyper-connected world, wemust contribute to asafe, shared digitalenvironment.”
Neelie Kroes
, Vice-President andCommissioner for the Digital Agenda,European Commission, thusexpressed her support for thePartnering for Cyber Resilienceinitiative on October 16, 2012, at thefirst
Grand Conference
. ‘TGC2012’was held to improve cyber resiliencefor critical infrastructures. Hosted bythe Dutch Center for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) andsupported by the World EconomicForum, the event sought toemphasize the importance of cyberresilience. The conference wasmoderated by
Jan Bonjer 
, Chief Editor of 
Financieele Dagblad 
(theDutch Financial Times). Speakersincluded
Harry van Dorenmalen
,Chairman, IBM Europe;
MikkoHypponen
, Chief Research Officer, F-Secure;
Mike Maddison
, EMEA Cyber Security Leader, Deloitte;
Derek O’Halloran
, Head of IT Industry, World Economic Forum;
Rod Beckstrom
, former CEO of ICANN;
Michel van Eeten
, Professor,Delft University of Technology;
 The Grand Conference 2012: New Partners and EuropeanCommission Endorsement for Partnering for Cyber Resilience Initiative
 
and
Mark Dierikx
, Director-General,Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation of theNetherlands. The objective of theconference was to raise awareness of C-level management and toemphasize resilience of organizationsand critical infrastructure in particular. The event asked executives to showleadership and take action. In addition,it provided a way to build the network of C-level management on the topic of cyber resilience.With a combination of talks, masterclasses and networking opportunities,the event provided a rich and immersiveexperience for participants. The dayculminated in the closing ceremonywhere Royal KPN, Alliander and theNetherlands Organization for AppliedScientific Research (TNO) joined thePartnership by signing the Principles forCyber Resilience.
Neelie Kroes
, Vice-President and Commissioner for the Digital Agenda, European Commission, during TheGrand Conference 2012, on October 16, 2012 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Signing ceremony for the Partnership for Cyber Resilience
during The Grand Conference 2012, onOctober 16, 2012 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 
 
“Joining the Forum’sPartnering for CyberResilience is anotherdemonstration of ourorganization’scommitment topromoting cybersecurity, not just in theregion, but worldwide.”
José Miguel Insulza, Secretary-General, Organization of AmericanStates (OAS), Washington DC
Growing the Partnership
 
Reinforcing the support at the highestorganizational levels, Jean-PierreRosso, Chairman, World EconomicForum USA, met with José MiguelInsulza, Secretary-General,Organization of American States (OAS)on 19 October 2012 to welcome theOAS to the Partnership and to discusshow their respective organizations canwork together on this topic. Through the Inter-AmericanCommittee against Terrorism (CICTE)of the Secretariat of MultidimensionalSecurity (SMS), the OAS has workedextensively to raise cyber securityawareness and capabilities, as well asto foster the growth of a regionalcommunity of cyber securitystakeholders and collaborators. Theseefforts have entailed a broad range of activities, including technical trainingand capacity building courses, policy-level discussions, and cyber securityexercises and simulations, asdemonstrated during the visit.Since the last edition of this newsletter,the Partnership has grown by anothersix members, bringing the total to 53. The new members are: AutoridadNacional para la InnovaciónGubernamental of Panama, the Azerbaijan Ministry of Information andCommunication Technology, Prolexic,Royal KPN, Alliander and theNetherlands Organisation for AppliedScientific Research (TNO). The new additions are split evenlyacross public and private sectors,which shows the ongoing interestacross these sectors and continuedinterest and support from the publicsector. The total number of countriesrepresented has also risen to 20, whilethe national governments representedhas risen to five.Partnering for Cyber Resilience November 2012 Newsletter
José Miguel Insulza
, Secretary-General,Organization of American States (OAS), meetswith
Jean-Pierre Rosso
, Chairman, WorldEconomic Forum USA before observing a cybersimulation demonstration at the OAS offices inWashington, DC, on 19 October 2012.

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