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ICT4Peace organized a special session at the Seoul Conference on Cyberspace on 17 October 2013 at the COEX Conference Center to discuss how the international and regional cybersecurity processes can be made more inclusive of and also more relevant to the cybersecurity concerns and priorities of a broader range of state and non-state actors in support of a prosperous, secure and resilient cyberspace.

International and regional organizations such as the UN, the OSCE and ARF have bolstered efforts aimed at reaching international understanding of responsible state behaviour and confidence building measures (CBMs) as well as capacity building with regard to cyberspace and its uses, and increase trust and confidence in cyberspace. Achieving and sustaining a secure cyberspace and the economic and social benefits provided by ICTs will require significant support from a range of actors spanning governments, industry, academia and civil society. The meeting was moderated by Dr. Eneken Tikk, Senior Advisor, ICT4Peace Foundation.

Please find the full report on the Special Session by Ms. Camino Kavanagh, Rapporteur, here. You can also read it online here.

ICT4Peace's Daniel Stauffacher was invited to report on the results of the session to the plenary of the Conference. Download his statement as a PDF here.