The 2022 Cyber Stability Conference: Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Services across Sectors is hosted by the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) (CS22).
The format will be a hybrid model (in-person and online) and here’s the registration form.
Malicious ICT operations against critical infrastructure and vital information infrastructure providing crucial services to the public are fast expanding in scale and complexity in a society that is becoming more digitized and linked. This unsettling tendency affects both individuals and society as a whole, and it has the potential to endanger both national and regional stability as well as direct threats to institutions and people.
Critical infrastructure protection from ICT threats is a difficult, multi-layered endeavor where several parties play interdependent and complementary roles. The UNIDIR’s 2022 Cyber Stability Conference will take advantage of the vibrant international and digital community in Geneva to offer a forum for discussion between experts and practitioners of various sectors with the goal of gaining crucial insights that may enable further advancement in multilateral discussions and support more effective policy interventions by national governments for the protection of critical infrastructure.