A CyberLab corner was organised by Diplo during the preparatory days of the 22nd OSCE Ministerial Council, 3-4 December in Belgrade, Serbia.
CyberLab was held on 1-2 December during the preparatory days of the OSCE Ministerial Council. It provided an opportunity for the delegations to gain understanding of how the Internet works and what some of the emerging trends of cyber-diplomacy and cybersecurity are, such as 3D-Printing, Internet of Things, Bitcoin and crypto-currencies, Dark Web and cybercrime activities, cyberattacks and cyber-weapons such as the botnets and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, etc. CyberLab follows the similar model developed by Diplo in numerous diplomatic settings, including at the October OSCE Chairmanship Event on Effective Strategies to Cyber/ICT Security Threats.
Photos from the event are available here.