OverviewThe EastWest Institute’s Global Cooperation in Cyberspace program anticipates future security risks, defines the outlines of potential conflict and brings together the people who can do something about it. An invitation-only event, the seventh cyber summit, organized in partnership with the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, will bring together policymakers, business leaders and technical experts to discuss the most pressing issues in international cyberspace, including securing the Internet of Things, balancing encryption and lawful access to data, developing norms of behavior, improving the security of information and communications technology (ICT) and strengthening the resilience of critical infrastructure. Please visit cybersummit.info for more information. BackgroundThe cyber summits provide a crucial forum for building international, private-public action to foster international cooperation in cyberspace. Breakthrough groups, aligned with the initiative’s objectives of enhancing deterrence against malicious cyber activities, improving the security of Internet products and services, and maintaining efficient information and technology flows across borders, carry the program forward. Learn more about our work. How to JoinAn invitation-only event, this meeting of international actors aims to coordinate and consolidate progress, showcase results and promote collective action. For participation and registration information, contact Michael Depp, Program Assistant, EastWest InstituteEmail | Phone: +1 212 824 4105 To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Christopher LaBianco, Vice President of Development, EastWest Institute.Email | Phone: +1 212 824 4112 For any media inquiries, please contact Conrad Jarzebowski, Press Officer, EastWest Institute.Email | Phone: +1 212 824 4131 Event VenueUniversity of California, Berkeley | 2601 Warring Street | Berkeley, CA 94720 HotelsClick here to download a list of accomodation options near the summit venue.