(Boston, MA) – The Boston Global Forum was pleased to successful host the conference on building the Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security, which was held at Harvard Faculty Club on September 25, 2015.
The conference focused on three major issues:
- report of current development on cyber security
- discussions on developing the Ethics Code of Conduct for Peace and Security (ECCC0
- solutions to apply ECCC
The discussion attracted participation of Harvard professor Thomas Patterson; MIT professor Robert Desimone, Tokyo’s State Minister for Foreign Affair Mr. Yasuhide Nakayama, ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki, and professor Fumio Ota; and several experts on cyber security: Ryan Maness, Visiting Fellow of Security and Resilience Studies, Department of Political Science, Northeastern University; Theodore J. Gordon, Co-founder and Board Director, Millennium Project; Jaclyn A. Kerr, Research Fellow, The Cyber Project, Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs;
The conference also featured discussions of Members of Young Leaders Network for Peace and Security, Ms. Jenny Q. Ta, Member of Young Leaders Network for Peace and Security, Boston Global Forum; Founder and CEO, Sqeeqee and Michael Dukakis Leadership Fellows who will directly involved in promoting the implementation of the Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber peace and security: Jeremy Samide, Co-Founder, Stealthcare, LLC; Bill Ottman, Founder and CEO of Minds.com; Roya Mahboob, TIME magazine’s 100 Most Influential People In The World for 201; CEO, the Afghan Citadel Software Company; Shubhranshu Choudhary, Foreign Policy’s Top 100 Global Leading Thinkers of 2014; Founder of CGNet Swara; Nguyen Thi Chau Giang, Composer, Pianist, and Painter.
Watch the Full Conference here: