9th International Cybersecurity Symposium

"Cybersecurity: Trusted Digital Society for Multilateral Economy"

Trust Services, which we started to discuss at our last Symposium in July, are expanding more globally, while people started to talk more about digital data flow requiring crossing borders safely and trusted.
This symposium will further expand exploring "multilateral" aspects in Trust Services with Cybersecurity among countries including US, UK, EU, Australia, Israel, and Japan. More specific topics include: how internationally data free trade with trust (DFFT) for digital economy among nations and regions are mutually trusted, how US, EU, and Japan address the standards on IoT and 5G, how mutually digital economic schemes are trusted among US, EU, and Japan, how the government related data among nation-states can be trusted, and continuously Global Supply Chain and Society 5.0 with AI, Big Data, and IoT. We continue the international educational aspects including Captured the Flag (CTF).
The first day will be all plenary throughout the day with series of speeches and keynotes and panel discussions, featuring the directions of key countries and key subjects. The second day will start with Keynote Panel, then, parallel sessions, diving into more in-depth sessions on a range of topics from best practices in global supply chain, international exercise, Japan's directions, research items shared by the INCS-CoE partners, and more.
We are expanding the global community in addition to the familiar faces to foster these important topics with Cybersecurity. Please come to join us continuously for exciting discussions in the at-home atmosphere.



December 11-12, 2019

DAY 1: Plenary Keynote Speeches & Panels (Wednesday, December 11, 2019 9:00 - 18:30 (Single Track - Plenary Sessions only)

Jun Murai (Keio) & Satoru Tezuka (Keio), Bud Roth (Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA), Japanese VIPs, Embassies from U.S., UK, Israel, EU, Australia, etc.

Keynote Speeches & Panels:
Government and Corporate VIPs from U.S., UK, Israel, EU, Australia, Japan, etc.
- Multilateral Trust Services and DFFT
- Mutual Recognition among EU, US, and Japan
- Bilateral Trust US-Japan

Reception: 18:45 - 20:00

DAY 2: Keynote Panels & Best Practices (Thursday, December 12, 2019) 9:00 - 18:45 (Plenary and Parallel Sessions)

Plenary Panel:
Dennis Blair (Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA), Michael Chertoff (Former Secretary of US DHS), VIPs of U.S., EU, UK, Japan, etc.

Parallel Sessions: Government, Industry, Academia
- Society 5.0
- Global Supply Chain
- Security in 5G

program details


Keio University, Mita Campus, 1F West School Building (#5 on the campus map)

Reception Venue

West School Building B1F Student Cafeteria

Host and Organizer

Keio University Cyber Security Research Center & Sasakawa Peace Foundation USA

Registration Fee

Free (Reception included)

Supporting Government Agencies

U.S. Commercial Service at the American Embassy in Tokyo British_Embassy Delegation of the European Union to Japan Australian Trade and Investment Commission  Israel National center of Incident readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity  Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications  Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry  Ministry of Foreign Affairs  MEXT   MOD   NPA   Personal Information Protection Commission

Supporter Organizations

adobe BSA cisco fujitsu
hitachi keidanren NEC

Supporter Universities

INSTITUTE of INFORMATION SECURITY Kyushu University Tokyo Denki University  

Contact Information

International Cybersecurity Symposium Secretariat
(c/o e-side, inc.)
Mail: cybersec-lab-inq@kmd.keio.ac.jp