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The IEEE Computer Society Region 10 of the Geographic Activities Committee is hosting a free webinar, Cyber Governance: Insurance to Assurance, by Professor K. Subramanian. The webinar will be on Saturday, 26 February 2022 at 3:30 PM IST (10:00 AM UTC).
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Dr. K Subramanian is the India Area Geographic Activities Coordinator. He was the first director and professor at the Advanced Center for Informatics and Innovative Learning (ACIIL) and introduced advanced technology, engineering, and management courses at the Master’s level. Dr. Subramanian started research programs in the interdisciplinary areas of knowledge management, informatics, information, and communications technologies and management through partnership institutions at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU).
Dr. Subramanian will discuss the ramifications of governing such cyberspace that impacts individual human life, social life, global business, and governments on such a massive scale in a borderless world. It describes the different facets of cyber governance, and the design and implementation of efficient, effective, and trustworthy cyber governance systems.
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Internet, Globalization, Information technology, and web technologies have made the world flat today as a global village, transcending political and national boundaries. They interconnect people worldwide in the virtual world of cyberspace– the virtual space behind the computer screen. Innovations in communications technology keep us all wired 24/7. Cyberspace is currently used for social interactions and networking through emails, instant messaging, or video telephony. At the same time, commercial enterprises and organizations transact business globally, transferring massive information and funds at phenomenal speed through optical fibers using wireless and satellite technology. It is also fraught with threats from organized criminals of the cyber underworld running an underground cyber economy. There is thus a need for governing this virtual world to support global social, political, economic collaboration and exchange while managing associated risks. The objective is to provide trustworthy and efficient computing in cyberspace, calling for effective cyberspace governance. This is a paradigm shift from eSecurity to eAssurance in cyberspace. This presentation outlines the ramifications of governing such cyberspace that impacts individual human life, social life, global business, and governments on such a massive scale in a borderless world. It describes the different facets of cyber governance and how we design and implement efficient, effective, and trustworthy cyber governance systems? Ultimately cyber governance must lead to cyber-assurance, that governance leads to IT value delivery and IT risk management, with due consideration of the Global, National, and corporate perspectives of Cyber governance and Cyber assurance. Enterprises of today and tomorrow need Cyber assurance.
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