Sasakawa USA and Keio University’s Cybersecurity Center co-hosted a symposium on cybersecurity December 11-12 at Keio University, Mita Campus, in Tokyo. “Cybersecurity: Trusted Digital Society for Multilateral Economy” explored the “multilateral” aspects of Trust Services, and cybersecurity dynamics among the United States, UK, European Union, Australia, Israel, and Japan.
Specific topics included: how internationally “Data Free Flow with Trust” (DFFT) for digital economy among nations and regions are mutually trusted; how the United States, European Union, and Japan address standards for IoT and 5G; and how mutually digital economic schemes and government-related data among nation-states can be trusted.
The first day was plenary, with a series of speeches and keynotes and panel discussions concerning the directions of key countries and key subjects. The second day started with a Keynote Panel, then proceed to parallel sessions, diving into in-depth sessions on a range of topics including best practices in global supply chains, international exercises, research projects shared by the INCS-CoE partners, and more.
For a complete agenda, please visit the 9th International Cybersecurity Symposium website.
DAY 1: Plenary Keynote Speeches & Panels
Jun Murai (Keio University) & Satoru Tezuka (Keio University), Bud Roth (Sasakawa USA), Japanese VIPs, Embassies from the United States, UK, Israel, European Union, Australia, etc.
Keynote Speeches & Panels
Government and Corporate VIPs from the United States, UK, Israel, European Union, Australia, etc.
– Multilateral Trust Services and DFFT
– Mutual Recognition among EU, United States, and Japan
– Bilateral Trust U.S.-Japan
DAY 2: Keynote Panels & Best Practices
Dennis Blair (Sasakawa USA), Michael Chertoff (Former Secretary of U.S. DHS), VIPs of U.S., EU, UK, Japan, etc.
Parallel Sessions: Government, Industry, Academia
– Society 5.0
– Global Supply Chain
– Security in 5G