8 Apr 2019
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16:30 - 18:15
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Geneva, Switzerland

 

Round table discussion

Artificial Intelligence may be used by companies to enhance their security, as well as by
attackers to better breach security. Today, white hat hackers are also skilled professionals
with serious jobs and human resources teams. The number of players (manufacturers,
operators, programmer, trainer, end-users) makes it consequently difficult to allocate
liability. The discussion will thus focus on the following challenges: how to identify all players,
how to allocate the liability between them (in the light of current legal frameworks such as
the GDPR and the product liability laws), what are the insurance options and finally, what are
the regulatory challenges?

Moderator:
Yaniv Benhamou, PhD, Attorney-at-law, Lecturer (IP & Privacy)

Panelists:
Prof. Stephane Marchand Maillet, Department of Computer Science, University of Geneva
Mrs. Stephanie Borg Psaila, Director of Digital Policy, DiploFoundation
Dr. Olivier Crochat, Executive Director , Centre for Digital Trust (C4DT), EPFL
Mrs. Katarzyna Gorgol, Adviser Digital Affairs, Delegation of the EU in Geneva
Dr. Asaf Lubin, Lecturer at Yale University and Cybersecurity Postdoctoral Policy Fellow,
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts
Mrs. Limor Shmerling Magazanik, Managing Director, Israel Tech Policy Institute
Mrs. Sotiria Kechagia Legal Counsel/ Scientific Collaborator UNIGE and C4DT, EPFL
Mr. Steven Meyer, CEO and co-Founder of ZENData, Cybersecurity services, Geneva
Mrs. Līga Raita Rozentāle, Director of Governmental Affairs for Cybersecurity Policy,
Microsoft

Place:
ITU, room G3, Rue de Varembé 2, 1202, Geneva

For further information and to register for this session please contact sotiria.kechagia@unige.ch


Issues: Cybersecurity

The Geneva Internet Platform is an initative of the Swiss authorities

 

Members of the Steering Committee are FDFA, OFCOM, Canton of Geneva, ETH-Zürich, and the University of Geneva
 

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