Earlier this summer in Brussels, Belgium, BSA brought together a distinguished group of industry leaders, technology experts, and government officials from both sides of the Atlantic for a daylong exploration of policy issues related to data protection and cybersecurity in the age of cloud computing. In a series of keynote speeches and panel discussions, participants considered such topics as how best to balance society’s interest in growing the economy with the need to protect people’s privacy and promote effective data stewardship.
Here is a brief glimpse of the kind of thought-provoking ideas that were presented. Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of Kaspersky Lab, suggested there is a need for an international cyber police force and a system of Internet passports to help curb cyber-crime:
And there is much more where that came from. I encourage you to watch.