Building Common Approaches for Cybersecurity and Privacy in a Globalized World
152 Pages Posted: 24 Jan 2020
Date Written: December 23, 2019
The ongoing transatlantic dialogue on cybersecurity and privacy yielded a second conference at the New York University Center for Cybersecurity in October 2018. In a natural evolution, the New York conference used the foundation laid in the Berlin Conference to “build common approaches” to achieve better cybersecurity and privacy “in a globalized world.” This edited volume presents the fruits of the second conference. The assembled submissions show that the trans-atlantic dialogue remains critically important to finding and developing solutions to the global issues of cyber-insecurity and the continued erosion of privacy. Much important work remains to be done to identify and put into practice the many small but important steps that civil society, governments, and business can take to make the digital world a safer one. It is hoped that these papers will make a contribution to that end and serve as the basis for a third conference, perhaps in 2020 and perhaps in France.
Keywords: Cyber Security, Privacy, Data Protection, Transatlantic Relations, Internet
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