Enhancing International Cyber Stability: Regional Developments in the Asia Pacific
On 14 February, Visiting Fellow Caitríona Heinl will hold a lecture on ‘Enhancing International Cyber Stability: Regional Developments in the Asia Pacific’. During this lecture, Caitríona will consider next steps for international negotiations on cybersecurity and the development of norms of responsible state behaviour in cyberspace.
She will also examine the impact of general dynamics of regional stability and the international security environment, and highlight several short and longer term cyber-specific challenges in the region that could impact international negotiations and attempts to develop common views following the 2017 United Nations Group of Governmental Experts’ (UN GGE) inability to achieve consensus.
About the Speaker
Caitríona Heinl is a Visiting Fellow of The Hague Program for Cyber Norms at Leiden University’s Institute of Security and Global Affairs. Caitríona has worked as a Research Fellow on international security cyber issues at NTU Singapore since 2012. Research interests include global cyber policy and emerging technology security challenges such as AI, machine learning and autonomous weapons systems. She publishes policy reports and academic articles, contributes to research projects and frequently addresses global audiences including ASEAN/ARF, OSCE,UN and Track 1.5/Track 2 government events. She is currently responsible for strategy and policy under the Nanyang Business School Cyber Risk Management project, having transferred from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) Centre of Excellence for National Security at NTU.
For further information and registration see the announcement on the Leiden University website.