Modern societies rely on a free, resilient and open Internet, but cyberspace seems to be the domain of choice for malicious activities. Through cyber attacks and cyber-enabled influence campaigns, States and non-State actors are able to significantly advance their interests in the “real world”, forcing us to radically rethink and continuously update our national security strategies. The advent of new technologies like Artificial Intelligence, lethal autonomous weapons and robotics will eventually consolidate these transformations. In the new security environment, are we doomed to tolerate existential threats in our daily life? Or, in order to obtain more security, will we accept less stability and a less free and open Internet?
The event is organised in collaboration with the Trilateral Commission Italian Group in the context of the new Centre on Cyber Security promoted by ISPI and Leonardo SpA.
The event will be live-streamed on the ISPI website.
The panel from the left: Giorgio Mosca, Marina Kaljurand, Giampiero Massolo, John Allen, Merle Maigre.