ITAC Forum @デジタル経済に関するOECD閣僚級会合 (2016/6/21)

来週6月21日(火)に、デジタル経済に関するOECD閣僚級会合に先立って行われるOECD ITAC (Internet Technical Advisory Committee, インターネット技術諮問委員会) フォーラムのプログラムが公開されました。

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ITAC Forum at the 2016 OECD Ministerial on the Digital Economy

Tuesday, June 21, 2016
9:00 am-

9:30 am

Opening and keynote address

▪                    Welcome: Laurent Liscia, CEO and Executive Director, OASIS

▪                    Keynote: Jari Arrko, Chair, Internet Engineering Task Force

9:30 am –

10:45 am

Getting the Ball Rolling: IPv6 Adoption Since 2008

 

The adoption of IPv6 was specifically noted in the Seoul Declaration for the Future of the Internet Economy in 2008. This session will discuss the real-world progress in IPv6 adoption since that event, with a particular focus on the accelerated adoption rates seen in many economies over the last 18 months. Discussants will consider the drivers of IPv6 adoption and the lessons learned in terms of what IPv6 adoption means for Internet growth, openness and competition.

 

Moderator: Alejandro Pisanty, Academic Computing Services of the National University of Mexico (UNAM)

Speakers:

▪                    Geoff Huston, Chief Scientist, APNIC

▪                    Adriana Lavandini, Commissioner, Instituto Federal de   Telecomunicaciones,

Mexico

▪                    John Brzozowski, Fellow and Chief Architect IPv6, Comcast

▪                    Hiroshi   Esaki,   Professor,   Graduate   School   of   Information   Science     &

Technology, University of Tokyo

10:45 am-

11:00 am

Break
11:00 am-

12:15 pm

Open Standards for an Open Internet of Things

 

The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to usher in a revolutionary, fully interconnected “smart” world, with relationships between objects, people and their environments becoming more connected and intertwined. The potential ramifications of this are huge, particularly in the areas of: security and privacy; interoperability  and  standards;  legal,  regulatory  and  rights  issues;  and     the

 

inclusion of emerging economies. IoT involves a complex and evolving set of considerations, including the technology underpinnings to support IoT. We therefore need to be prepared. Stakeholders, including governments, need to think and act strategically together so that the maximum advantage can be derived from this emerging phenomenon. Conversely uncoordinated actions  such as on standard setting (by state or private actors) risk undermining trust and understanding of the benefits of the IoT.

 

The session will address the questions of:

·         What is the value of open and voluntary standards in sustaining innovation in this domain?

·         What is the economic rationale that goes into choosing between a particular set of competing standards?

·         What are possible frameworks and solutions for creating an enabling environment for IoT to flourish as a positive force for inclusive economic and social development?

·         Who should take such standards forward?

·         With IoT’s multi-faceted nature that allows it to cross over many disciplines and vertical markets, how do stakeholders ensure a path that supports convergence and interoperability?

 

Moderator: Karen McCabe, Senior Director, Technology Policy and International Affairs, IEEE Standards Association

Speakers

▪                    Monique Morrow, CTO, Evangelist for New Frontiers Development and

Engineering, CISCO

▪                    Laurent Liscia, CEO and Executive Director, OASIS

▪                    David Conrad, Chief Technology Officer, ICANN

▪                    Roberto Minerva, Research Coordinator at Telecom Italia Lab; Chair of the

IEEE IoT Initiative

▪                    Luis Kun, Prof.  of  National  Security  at the

Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies (CHDS) at the National Defense University

▪                    Elsa Chan, Co-Founder, Jetlun

12:30 pm –

2:00 pm

Joint stakeholder hosted lunch (ITAC, BIAC, CSISAC, TUAC)
2:00 pm-

3:30 pm

A collaborative approach to Internet Security

 

The Internet (a global interconnected network of networks) has enabled a global digital economy to flourish. Yet, the same interconnectedness that fosters communication, opportunities, innovation and commerce on a global scale, also means that participation in the global digital economy means global interdependence and shared risk. Therefore, we have a common interest in the security of this shared economic growth resource and a collective responsibility to care for the Internet. Further, the continued effectiveness of the Internet as a driver for a vibrant and sustainable global digital economy also depends on the

 

Internet being a trusted platform for social interaction and commerce.

 

As the Internet and its applications become ever more pervasive in our daily lives through the Internet of Things, widespread use of sensors and the digitization of biological traits, collaborative risk-based approaches to Internet security are needed more than ever.

 

•         How can we, as a global community, overcome silo approaches and evolve beyond considering only one’s own security risks?

•         How will we share resources to ensure the delivery of a more secure Internet?

•         How will we integrate the rights and expectations of users in security solutions?

•         How will we collaborate to empower e-entrepreneurs and SMEs to effectively contribute to the overall security risk management of the Internet?

 

Building on the OECD Recommendation on Digital Security Risk Management for Economic and Social Prosperity, this session will highlight real world examples of collaborative approaches to strengthen the security of the Internet and its use, identify economic impediments to deployment of Internet security solutions, and suggest ways forward so that the Internet’s full potential can be realised.

 

Moderator: Robin Wilton, Technical Outreach for Identity and Privacy, Internet Society

Speakers

▪                    Laurent Bernat, Cyber Security and Privacy Risk Policy Analyst, OECD

▪                    Bruce Schneier, Chief Technology Officer, Resilient Systems, Inc.

▪                    Yurie  Ito,  Director  of  JPCERT/CC  and  Founder  and  Executive  Director   of

CyberGreen

▪                    Geoff Huston, Chief Scientist, APNIC

▪                    Belisario Contreras, Cyber Security Program Manager at the Organization   of

American States

▪                    David Conrad, Chief Technology Officer, ICANN

▪                    Sebastian Bellagamba, Regional Bureau Director for Latin America and The

Caribbean, Internet Society

5:30 pm –

6:30 pm

Joint Stakeholder Press Conference
7:30 pm –

9:30 pm

Official Ministerial Welcome Reception

 

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