Digital Resilience: How Secure Networks and Strong Enforcement Will Help Deliver Security in Europe

26/09/2019


A few weeks ahead of the release of a comprehensive “risk assessment” being prepared by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), the Lisbon Council convened The 2019 Digital Resilience Summit under the timely theme How Secure Networks and Strong Enforcement Will Help Deliver Security in Europe. Julian King, commissioner for the security union, delivered The 2019 Robert Schuman Lecture, a fascinating speech where he highlighted the importance of protecting the cyber landscape and developing stable and secure digital eco-systems, particularly as fifth-generation telecommunications technology (5G) and the Internet of Things (IoT) morph into Europe’s digital age nervous system. Kadri Kaska, cyber security policy and law researcher at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), and Paul Hofheinz, president and co-founder of the Lisbon Council, joined the high-level debate. The discussion will feed directly into the European Union’s ongoing consultation on cybersecurity, which includes the forthcoming ENISA findings and a “mitigating measures tool box” that the European Commission will propose on the basis of that report.
Download Commissioner King’s Robert Schuman Lecture
Watch Commissioner King’s Robert Schuman Lecture in its Entirety (available soon)


A few weeks ahead of the release of a comprehensive “risk assessment” being prepared by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), the Lisbon Council convened The 2019 Digital Resilience Summit under the timely theme How Secure Networks and Strong Enforcement Will Help Deliver Security in Europe. Julian King, commissioner for the security union, delivered The 2019 Robert Schuman Lecture, a fascinating speech where he highlighted the importance of protecting the cyber landscape and developing stable and secure digital eco-systems, particularly as fifth-generation telecommunications technology (5G) and the Internet of Things (IoT) morph into Europe’s digital age nervous system. Kadri Kaska, cyber security policy and law researcher at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), and Paul Hofheinz, president and co-founder of the Lisbon Council, joined the high-level debate. The discussion will feed directly into the European Union’s ongoing consultation on cybersecurity, which includes the forthcoming ENISA findings and a “mitigating measures tool box” that the European Commission will propose on the basis of that report.

Download Commissioner King’s Robert Schuman Lecture 

Watch Commissioner King’s Robert Schuman Lecture in its Entirety



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