Building Cyber Resilience with a Professional workforce
Tuesday, 13 April 2021 at 13:00-14:00 CEST
How to Protect infrastructure, privacy, & consumers, and facilitate global skills transfer.
Cyber-Security track at WSIS.
The UN Secretary-General in his Jun 2020 Digital Cooperation Roadmap: Secretary-General’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation (un.org) articulates the importance of many facets on digital cooperation including on:
- Digital Capacity-Building
- Digital Trust And Security
- Artificial Intelligence
This workshop will highlight activities in different regions to build capacity in Digital Trust & Security for cyber-resilience in a world that went digital almost overnight. We will explore how Skills Frameworks, Bodies of Knowledge, and Quality Assurance are developing to build capacity in Cybersecurity, creating a resilient professional workforce.
IP3 Thematic Workshop Panellists
|Moira de Roche, Chair IFIP IP3||South Africa||Session Moderator|
Chair IFIP Technical Committee 11, University of Nottingham
|UK||Building a Professional Cyber Security Workforce: Recognising Knowledge, Experience and Competence.|
|Fred van Noord, Chair Dutch Association for Information Security Professionals (PViB)||Netherlands||The realisation of Cyber Security education in the Netherlands that based on job profiles in the European e-competence framework e-CF|
|Australia||How to Protect infrastructure, privacy, & consumers, and facilitate global skills transfer|
|Robert Weisman CEO, Build the Vision, Engineer in Residence & Professor, University of Ottawa||Canada||The criticality of enterprise and system architectures, especially with the internet of things, to cyber-resilience|