On June 24th The Hague Security Delta hosted the Special Session Day of the Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS), the leading forum for interdisciplinary scholarship on information security and privacy. It combines expertise from the fields of economics, social science, business, law, policy, and computer science. It is fully in line with HSD’s efforts to share and create knowledge within a multi-stakeholder and multi-disciplinary environment.
The 2015 edition of WEIS will build on past efforts using empirical and analytical tools to not only understand threats, but also to strengthen security and privacy through new types of evaluations. The main event took place on June 22nd and 23th on the campus of HSD Partner Delft University of Technology. For the third day a select group of students and experts were invited to further discuss policy and gaining insights that enhance the development of the following topics at the HSD Campus:
- Intellectual Property in Cyber with topical issues and question regarding policy, ownership, legal protection, need to protection, economic security (vital interest) resilience, capacity building framework, unlicensed software etc.
- Responsible disclosure with topical issues and question regarding balance of investment in risk mitigation, image, hackers risks, cheap option for red teaming and effectiveness etc.
- Data Breach Notification with topical issues and questions regarding the organisation of and need to report breaches, voluntary or by law, big penalty clauses, broader use than only PKI parties, spill over effects in networks, image, legal effectiveness etc.
- Cyber Opportunities with topic issues regarding multi-stakeholder collaboration and eco-system approaches, the role government(s) should play (e.g. honest broker, law maker, or stimulator of innovation), innovation requirements, datacentres, security products and knowledge etc.
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