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Agenda

April 6

08:30

Registration

09:00

Plenary MeetingSee

Moderator: Andrey Vorobyev, Coordination Center for TLDs .RU/.РФ

10:00

IP&IT Law Award Ceremony

10:30

Special Address

11:00

Coffee Break

SESSIONS

11:15

1. Fake News : Fake’n’HypeSee

Moderator: Karen Kazaryan, RAEC

As mass media and social networks develop, they are increasingly becoming tools for manipulating public opinion. In the post-truth era, fake news poses a particular threat. Due to low media culture and catchy sensational headlines, fake news goes viral and significantly distorts reality. Representatives of major media outlets, media culture experts, and Russian and foreign media policy-makers will discuss where fake news comes from, how it spreads and, most importantly, what goal it pursues.
12:45

Обед

13:45

2. Cybersecurity: together or apartSee

Moderator: Leonid Todorov, APTLD

Modern conceptions of cyber security mainly revolve around two mutually exclusive ideas. On the one hand, countries speak more than ever about digital sovereignty and having their own cyber forces, designed to protect digital borders from external attacks. On the other hand, fighting electronic terrorism and international cybercrime requires coordinating the efforts of governments, businesses and civil organizations all over the world. Experts from Russia, China and Europe will discuss how to strike a balance between these two approaches.
15:15

Coffee Break

15:30

3. In case of emergencySee

Moderator: Mikhail Anisimov, Coordination Center For TLD .RU/.РФ

Computer emergency response teams are the main fielders in information security. They constantly monitor cybercrime and are the primary source of expertise in the area. As the digital environment develops, threats multiply and new risks come to light. More CERTs are started, often to specialize in a specific niche. Representatives of CERTs from Russia, Asia and Europe will discuss the future of such groups and new challenges.
17:00

Coffee Break

17:15

4. On the eve of SkynetSee

Moderator: Alexey Lukatsky, Cisco

Experiments with neural networks and deep learning have created systems that can process information using fuzzy logic that is more typical of living beings than computers. So far, these systems have a very limited use such as voice and graphics recognition, personal electronic assistants, search systems for implicit links between events and phenomena, or forecasting. Representatives of major international companies working with artificial intelligence will speak about current AI applications, its future potential and whether we should beware of the rise of machines
18:45

Closing remarks

19:00

The End