Diplo’s Vladimir Radunovic was a panellist at the session Cyber War and Cyber Crime: Responding to the Governance Challenges at the 2012 Belgrade Security Forum
The Belgrade Security Forum (BSF) is a high-level regional hub for policy dialogue intended to meaningfully contribute to the development of the security community in the western Balkans and to the ongoing European and global security and foreign policy debate.
Recognising the importance of security of cyberspace, this year the BSF also included a session on Cyber War and Cyber Crime: Responding to the Governance Challenges on its agenda, in partnership with the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF).
DiploFoundation was invited to join and present its views about the hypes and realites of cyberwar and cybersecurity. Vladimir Radunovic addressed both the narrow and the broad understanding of cybersecurity, the variety of existing global diplomatic initiatives, and the importance of cooperation as the main component of governance model.