Future Affairs was created as a dialogue platform for a wide range of leaders and thinkers from the spheres of politics, academia and civil society. The event was an opportunity to discuss, imagine and draft solutions for the future of democracy, security politics, and the international rules-based order in a digital world.
Latin America and the Caribbean and Europe have made progress in countering global cybersecurity threats by bolstering cybersecurity resilience. Resilience policies provide a solid base for other cybersecurity policy instruments, like national cybersecurity strategies, certifications, minimum standards and transparency requirements and global dialogues on technical standards and norms for responsible state behavior.
This panel united cybersecurity resilience experts from both regions to analyze policies and instruments already in place and also explore ways forward for interregional resilience cooperation, which can range from risk assessment to adaptation, education, information-sharing, and coordination.