Did the cyberwar really happen? The 2022 lessons-learned for cyber-stability

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Mauro Vignati, Vladimir Radunović, Costin Raiu

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2022 has turned out to be a year no one probably expected it to be: ongoing military conflict with significantly new lessons learned by cyber ‘firefighters’, and a ‘cyberwar’ that never happened (or did it happen?) – despite being feared to beforehand in expert discussions. Why? What lessons are we to take from the cyber realm to continue the search for cyber-stability in spite of the current geopolitical tensions among key cyber powers in international relations? And what trends are we likely to see in the future in shaping cyberspace? Join this webinar with our experts and representatives of the international multi stakeholder community for an expert discussion to address these questions, and to reflect on the key cyber events of 2022 and how they may have changed our perception of ‘cyber-stability’. • Mauro Vignati, Adviser on new digital technologies of warfare, International Committee of the Red Cross • Vladimir Radunović, Director, E-diplomacy and Cybersecurity Programmes, DiploFoundation • Costin Raiu, Director of Global Research and Analysis Team, Kaspersky The discussion will focus on three key questions: • A cyberwar never took place – is this really the case, and why or why not? • What key cyber events in 2022 shall we as the international community study? What have they taught us? • What can we – the international community – expect in 2023 and beyond in terms of hope for achieving cyber-stability? Don’t miss this fascinating webinar and get more insights on 2022 lessons-learned for cyber-stability!

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