Alternative Security Conference: “Cyber Security” with A. Pytlak, J. Shires and E. Tauchnitz

A workshop on how the threat of cyber-war can be mitigated and ended in the future and how such efforts should be grounded in international law.

Speakers: Allison Pytlak (Curator of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom), James Shires (Cybersecurity scholar and Assistant Professor at the University of Leiden) and Evelyne Tauchnitz (Senior Researcher at the ‘Lucerne Graduate School in Ethics’, specialisation on digital technologies, peace and conflict transformation). Moderator: Amir Kiyaei, Task Force for the Alternative Security Conference

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The Alternative Security Conference seeks to do everything that the Munich Security Conference does not: Give an analysis of international hegemony (forwarded by multinational corporations and governments which act in their interests) spearheaded by the United States and its allies in the Western world and elsewhere and offer a different kind of hegemonic and security framework where people’s interests and not those of corporations and states are prime.

The views and opinions expressed in the conference are those of the speaker(s) and do not necessarily reflect DiEM25’s official policies or positions.

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