Information and communication technology present new challenges to international affairs. ‘Cyber everything’ has profound implications, including for international peace and security. We need a better understanding of these challenges and of ways for addressing them.
With more and more states and non-state actors developing and using cyber capabilities, what rules apply to responsible state behavior in cyberspace? How can we inspire confidence between states that others will not abuse information and communication technology? At what levels do we need to act – globally, regionally, bilaterally? And how can we make sure that the IT industry, the science community, and civil society assume their appropriate roles and responsibilities?
Participants: Karsten Geier, Tim Stevens, Lilly Pijnenburg Muller, Niels Nagelhus Schia.