Last month, APNIC staff participated in the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP) Workshop on Cybersecurity held in Semarang, Indonesia.
This workshop brought together participants from government, the technical community, academia, civil society, and think tanks to discuss cybersecurity issues facing the ASEAN region for direct input into the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) process.
The workshop took place in conjunction with the ARF Intersessional Meeting on Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime meeting, where cyber-related issues are discussed.
A conference report prepared by the co-chairs is now available.
- External relations manager, Klée Aiken, shared lessons and experiences from a technical community perspective during the discussions. During one session, he also presented strategies on how to support security capacity building.
- Klée also held private side meetings with several representatives from ARF, government, Asia-Pacific academia, think tanks, and capacity-building organizations.
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