The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace will hold its third meeting of 2019 in The Hague, the Netherlands, on June 16-17. The Commission meeting will take place prior to EuroDIG, being held at the World Forum in The Hague from June 19-20.
The Commission will convene in closed sessions on Sunday June 16 and Monday June 17. The GCSC meeting represents another opportunity for the Commission to discuss its proposals, to be included in the GCSC report due by the end of 2019. The conversations in The Hague will be focused on further defining the key components of the cyberstability framework, including underlying principles aimed at supporting international efforts to advance peace and security in cyberspace.
The GCSC will help kick off the EuroDIG conference by holding a Zero-Day event on Tuesday June 18 from 14:30-16:00 (Pre 07: “Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace – Towards a Cyberstability Framework). The GCSC is focused on bringing in voices and expertise from the Internet governance, civil rights and technical communities to the traditionally state-led discussions on international peace and security. During this Zero-Day event it looks forward to engaging with the Internet governance community at EuroDIG, shedding further light on how it intends to address gaps in the international cybersecurity architecture and sharing ideas with the participants, soliciting feedback on its proposals and recommendations.
For more information on the GCSC Zero-Day event at EuroDIG on June 18, please follow this link.
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