The APWG Vienna Symposium on Global Cybersecurity Awareness Messaging at the United Nations International Center will address the development of cybersecurity awareness programs at the transnational levels – and the establishment of messaging and measurement instruments that must be deployed to make people part of the solution to cybercrime and ICT risks.
The Symposium’s objectives are the establishment of a global strategy for transnational cybersecurity messaging – and the development of measurement tools and messaging assets deployed as a keystones of a cybercrime prevention regimen maintained as an instrument of behavioral management, subject to the same rigor as any other kind of public health measure.
Toward that objective, APWG has dedicated the entire August 30 program to research on upgrading ICT user behaviors, and measuring them rigorously – as well as the programmatic informing of user user alerting and safety systems. Senior researchers from universities, industry laboratories and other sectors will present their findings on measuring, informing and evolving ICT users’ behaviors. APWG will also convene the national curators of the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. campaigns from Switzerland, USA, Japan and Spain to share their wisdom on the development of their own cybersecurity awareness campaigns.
In 2017 and beyond, APWG seeks to inspire key nations’ governments and private-sector stakeholders, global commercial enterprises and multilateral treaty organizations to adopt scaled approaches to upgrading ICT user behaviors in enduring ways – and to maintain them in public-health models of intervention. At this year’s cybersecurity awareness symposium, APWG and its collaborators will be announcing new resources and tools to inform that effort and, we hope, catalyze it for the long term.
United Nations Vienna International Center
Conference Room C
These meetings are hosted at Universität Bern, in the Swiss capital of Bern founded in 1834. Bern is built around a crook in the Aare River. It traces its origins back to the 12th century, with medieval architecture preserved in the Altstadt (Old Town).
The Swiss Parliament and diplomats meet in the Neo-Renaissance Bundeshaus (Federal Palace). St. Lambertus Church and Castle Tower both date to the 13th century. Universität Bern is a comprehensive university offering a broad choice of courses and programs in eight faculties and some 150 institutes.
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Registration and Welcoming Address
Presented by the APWG Symposium on Electronic Crime Research
The User as a Crime Prevention Agent
Wetware 2.0: Upgrading User Security Behaviour
Measuring and Maintaining User Cyber Resilience @ Scale
Critical Cyber Security Literacy: A Method for Measuring the Efficacy of Educational Intervention
Dr. Gráinne Kirwan
Institute of Art, Design + Technology
Timothy Kelley, Ph.D.
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane)
Cultivating a Global Cyber Security Culture
Cyber Security Culture in Organizations
Creating ICT User 2.0:
Discovering the Resilient ICT User
Cultivating Slow-Thinking ICT Users:
An Antidote to Decades of SUBMIT / OK / Conditioning? (David Perry
STC Messaging Convention Founding Delegate)
Mobilizing Data to Inform Secure ICT Use
Standardized Cybercrime Reporting: The Human Dimension
Effective Application of Threat Feeds for Victim Remediation
Updating the GDPR: Key to Mobilizing Threat Data to Protect Users
ICANN and Cyber-awareness: Roles and Remit
Research Session Wrap-Up
Dr. Jean Camp
Dr. Brad Wardman
Dr. Brad Wardman
Announcements and Day 2 Orientation
Presented by the APWG, APWG.EU
STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Footprint Report:
Unifying & Globalizing Cybersecurity Awareness
Alejandro Fernández-Cernuda Díaz & Zoriana Dmytryshyna
Cybersecurity in Africa:
Changing the Perspective
Remi Afon & Samaila Atsen Bako
Targeting Teens with the Fake Sneaker Shuffle
SWISS CAMPAIGN CURATOR
STOP. THINK. CONNECT.
Reflections After Inaugural Deployment
National Cyber Security Alliance
JAPAN – Status Report on the Implementation of Cybersecurity Awareness
News from South Asia:
Launching the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Campaign in India
Noriaki Hayashi & Shinichi Tankyo
STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Japan Chapter
Information Systems Security Association – India
Cibervoluntarios: Making Spanish Students and Parents Smart About Avoiding Cyberbullying
Angel Sola Lopez
Raising the Cyber Secure Generation
TaC International/Youth IGF Movement
OAS Cybersecurity Awareness Efforts in the Americas
OAS / Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism
Prof. Dr. Jean Camp
Trust What You Should See, See What You Should Trust
Mag. iur. Veronika Beimrohr
TRUESSEC.eu, University of Graz
Mag. phil. Stefan Reichmann, MA
TRUESSEC.eu , University of Graz
Hristina Veljanova, MA MA
TRUESSEC.eu, University of Graz
Prof. Manel Medina,
Politechnical University of Catalunya
Closing Statements & Networking Break