DAY 1: Monday 5 September 2005
9:00 Opening Session
10:00 Plenary Session 1: Key Challenges
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Plenary Session 2: Spyware
Moderators: Keith Besgrove, Shamsul Jafni Shafie
13:30 Plenary Session 2 : Spyware (continued)
15:15 Coffee break
15:45 Parallel Session 1 - Reaching out to SMEs and Individuals
The expanding deployment and use of information systems and networks by SMEs and individuals increases the necessity for focusing on securing their systems. What efforts by government are most successful in reaching this segment of users? How is the industry that supplies the hardware, software and services for SMEs and individuals responding to their needs?
Moderator: Michael Mudd, Director Asia Pacific Public Policy, Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
15:45 Parallel Session 2 - Promoting Effective Global Incident Response (the roles of governments and CERTs/CSIRTs)
Moderator: KrCERT/CC – Facilitator: APCERT
17:15 End of day 1 - Cocktail
Day 2 - Tuesday 6 September 2005
9:00 Parallel session 3 - Emerging Security Threats and the Technologies Being Developed to Address Them: the Role of R&D
This session will examine emerging security threats, such as new viruses, worms, and other malware, the threats posed by a new generation of computer savvy hackers and more sophisticated inter-networked technologies, as well as the domestic and international R&D efforts being undertaken to address these threats.
Moderator: Keith Besgrove
9:00 Parallel Session 4 - Comparing Legislative and Policy Approaches to Identity Management and to Security of Information systems and Networks
The session will examine different approaches to identity management and to security of information systems and networks.
Moderator: Shamsul Jafni Shafie
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Plenary Session 3: Reports from the parallel sessions and panel discussion
In this session, the four chairs of the parallel sessions will briefly report the main outcomes of their session and start a panel discussion with one representative of government, business and civil society on possible ways forward for OECD and APEC to co-operate further in the area of security of information systems and networks.
Moderators: the co-chairs of the workshop
Reports from the parallel sessions
- The four chairs of the parallel sessions
- Government: Edgar De Lange, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Netherlands
- Government: Richard Downing, Department of Justice, Computer Crime Section, United States
- Business – Kang Meng Chow, Microsoft, Singapore
- Civil society – Marc Rotenberg (Statement)
12:15 Conclusions by the co-chairs of the Workshop on future co-operation
12:35 End of the Workshop.